New reefer, first time aquascape

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Hi all,

Just after some open and honest feedback on aquascaping a 4 foot Cade 1200.
This is our first time aquascaping so open to any changes you would make.
We are aiming for a mixed reef tank with some negative space.
So far what you can see in the pics is 20lb Caribsea shapes and 40lb of Caribsea regular rock.
Thanks

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Hi all,

Just after some open and honest feedback on aquascaping a 4 foot Cade 1200.
This is our first time aquascaping so open to any changes you would make.
We are aiming for a mixed reef tank with some negative space.
So far what you can see in the pics is 20lb Caribsea shapes and 40lb of Caribsea regular rock.
Thanks

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That's the way I did my 4 ft IM Two boxes of shapes for islands on each end and some aqua rocks branches for the negative space on the back wall to keep frags. Took me 20 minutes. I don't like to glue rock together because you will want move things especially when you start adding corals.
 
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