I would try rotating those base rocks, so that they point to the back of the tank and make the tank look deeper.I am wanting to red mine. It consists of 4 rocks right now. 2 archway type rocks and 2 solid rocks. I am not opposed to adding more rock or breaking some of it up. I want to try and keep as much original rock as possible so I don’t create a mini cycle. I want something a bit more natural looking. Thanks
It is a 29 gallon tank.
yes . it is a peninsula tank
If you fix these straight lines by moving rocks just a couple of inches towards the back or front, it will look more natural.So this is the tank I just started, currently in cycle. I’d like to hear your option on the scape. Since I’m learning as I go, I mostly plan to start with fish then move on to Softie/LPS.
i have a big rock of florida rics and also zoasHave you seen this?
If you go with the 2 island layout, esides the tips on the video, I would advise not to scatter corals. Regarding the zoas, you can put most of them in one of the structures and leave one for the other structure. This way it will look more tidy, but not too tidy while helping to create harmony between the 2 steuctures.
Very interesting structure you got there. If you're going for a minimalistic look it can work.Could I get some help please. Gonna get two more xr15s to supplement the xr30 in the middle. Going to go Acropora. Love arches. Willing to get more rock. Thanks