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PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:28 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping Reply with quote

 Updates  made  to  first  post  itself.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2011 8:25 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping Reply with quote

                                                   
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Updates  made  to  first  post  itself.                

 
 Seetharam,
 
 I  tried  that  method  in  my  fishroom  thread.  It  becomes  confusing.  And  the  comments  become  meaningless  to  a  person  who  has  not  seen  your  first  post  earlier.  So  I  think  taking  individual  Scapes  and  showing  its  maturing  over  time  and  in  continuity  will  be  more  practical.   
 
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2011 8:34 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping Reply with quote

 Are  those  mini  claypots  in  the  tank?  The  last  one  that  is.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 01, 2011 9:09 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping Reply with quote

 @  Nayakere:  Will  Do,  Anyways  the  tanks  from  now  on  will  need  a  seperate  post  by  itself   Smile  
 
 @  Mel:  Yep,  Those  are  broken  clay  pots
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 5:08 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping Reply with quote

 End  of  2008  and  2009  was  the  time  when  i  read  extensively  on  Amano's  work  and  studied  his  work.  I  also  looked  at  aquascape  works  from  other  countries.  Thats  when  i  stumbled  upon  IAPLC,  The  scapes  that  were  submitted  to  IAPLC  blew  my  mind  away.  Studying  those  scapes  introduced  me  to  a  vey  underrrated  ingredient  in  Aquascaping  .......  "Creativity".  
 
 Today  i  see  people  talk  of  everything  except  this  !  You  may  put  in  the  best  equipment  in  the  world,  But  without  creativity  you  will  just  have  a  tank  with  lot  of  healthy  plants.  This  Ingredient  in  my  opinion  is  what  makes  the  difference  bethween  "Stunning  Aquascaping"  and  "Planted  Tank"
 
 So  what  is  creativity  in  terms  of  aquascaping?
 
 In  my  opinion  "Aquascaping  is  the  art  of  putting  together  hardscape  (Driftwood,Rock,Substrate)  and  Plants  together  in  such  a  way  as  to  create  a  Visually  Appealing  Aquascape  with  a  touch  of  Nature"  and  for  this  you  need  to  understand  4  things
 
 1.  Learn  to  arrange  Driftwood/Rocks  in  a  elegant  way,  This  comes  from  practise,  practise  and  more  practise
 2.  Learn  how  different  plants  grow,  This  is  very  important,  If  you  know  this  you  can  achive  the  below
 3.  Learn  to  visualize  the  scape  developing.
 4.  Once  you  have  your  scape  in  mind,  Put  the  rest  of  the  "technical"  requirements  together  like  Tank,  CO2,Lights  etc  etc  based  on  the  scape  and  plants  you  have  in  mind.
 
 For  me,  Its  like  a  movie  playing  in  my  head  where  a  Tank  i  intend  to  create  goes  from  Day  1  to  Day  60  in  30  seconds,  Then  i  play  it  over  and  over  with  different  variations  till  i  get  to  see  what  i  like  (I  hope  this  makes  sense)   Chuckle   .............  It  takes  a  while  to  master  this  by  the  way  !  You  will  be  able  to  clearly  see  the  difference  by  looking  at  the  scapes  of  2009  and  2011  which  will  come  later  on.
 
 Anyway,  Armed  with  all  the  these  details  i  went  about  creating  my  first  IAPLC  entry  and  here  it  is  
 
 THE  LOST  KINGDOM
 
 2  Weeks
 
 
 
 2.5  Months
 
 
 
 6  Months
 
 
 
 
 More  Details  can  be  found  in  the  Journal  below
 
 http://indianaquariumhobbyist.com/community/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=12003&highlight=aquascaping+journal+branco


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 6:01 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping Reply with quote

 Nice  explanation  on  aquascaping  for  novice  like  me   Smile  
 Your  tanks  are  really  a  treat  to  watch  ...Would  want  to  drop  in  this  time  i  am  there.Hope  you  dont  mind.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 6:06 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping:Updated 03 Jun'11 Reply with quote

 Seetharam  again  requesting  to  please  put  these  threads  in  Archive  also...if  possible.  
 
 What  a  baby  can  say  about  these  works....
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 Now  this!  I  call  it  a  beautiful  stagewise  demo  of  maturing  of  a  scape.
 The  initial  flora  has  been  moulded  over  a  period  of  time  to  form  a  beautiful  garden.
 
 The  problem  is  people  with  difficulty  in  growing  plants  trying  to  do  scaping.  The  first  month  flora  is  different  from  the  second  month.  And  by  the  sixth  month  the  flora,  fauna  and  the  decor  is  totally  new  from  what  was  initially  planned  or  planted  and  than  calling  it  a  matured  scape.  That  is  not  scaping.  That  is  a  planted  bouquet  changed  every  month  and  anybody  with  money  and  a  little  bit  of  effort  can  achieve  it!
 
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:23 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping:Updated 03 Jun'11 Reply with quote

                                                   
rasikanayak  wrote  (View  Post):                
That  is  a  planted  bouquet  changed  every  month  and  anybody  with  money  and  a  little  bit  of  effort  can  achieve  it!
 
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 Sorry  to  disagree  with  this  point  Nayak.  You  can't  have  the  final  look  at  day  one  or  first  month.  Only  the  creator  can  visualize  the  final  output  what  he  wants  when  the  tank  will  mature  according  to  him.  It  might  be  a  complete  faceoff  of  the  initial  scape  also.  And  thats  the  fun  of  Aquascaping.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2011 11:46 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping:Updated 03 Jun'11 Reply with quote

 Tirtha
 
 I  guess  what  Nayak  is  saying  is  that  there  are  people  who  want  to  make  a  planted  tank  and  will  attempt  one  without  first  gaining  knowledge  on  what  it  takes  to  grow  plants  well  in  the  first  place,  After  a  month  the  tank  reaches  nowhere,  they  rip  it  down  or  change  things  and  its  that  way  for  another  month  and  so  on  and  so  forth.  So  it  goes  nowhere.
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Tirtha  C  wrote  (View  Post):                
                                                 
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That  is  a  planted  bouquet  changed  every  month  and  anybody  with  money  and  a  little  bit  of  effort  can  achieve  it!
 
 Regards,                

 
 Sorry  to  disagree  with  this  point  Nayak.  You  can't  have  the  final  look  at  day  one  or  first  month.  Only  the  creator  can  visualize  the  final  output  what  he  wants  when  the  tank  will  mature  according  to  him.  It  might  be  a  complete  faceoff  of  the  initial  scape  also.  And  thats  the  fun  of  Aquascaping.                
                                                 
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 Tirtha
 
 I  guess  what  Nayak  is  saying  is  that  there  are  people  who  want  to  make  a  planted  tank  and  will  attempt  one  without  first  gaining  knowledge  on  what  it  takes  to  grow  plants  well  in  the  first  place,  After  a  month  the  tank  reaches  nowhere,  they  rip  it  down  or  change  things  and  its  that  way  for  another  month  and  so  on  and  so  forth.  So  it  goes  nowhere.
                 

 
 Tirthankar,
 I  never  expected  the  final  look  at  day  one  or  the  first  month  of  any  scaping.  And  it  is  not  only  the  creator  who  can  visualize  the  final  output  of  what  he  wants.  Provided  he  does  not  do  major  alterations  to  the  scaping,  any  person  with  a  knowledge  of  how  the  different  plant  grows  can  approximately  visualize  the  intentions  of  the  aquascaper  too.
 
 For  eg:  Seeing  the  first  picture  of  the  newly  set  up  scape  of  Seetharam,  the  focal  point  is  the  drift  wood  with  the  Eleocharis  and  Crypts  providing  the  strong  contrasts.  The  slow  growing  plants  like  the  Moss  and  anubias  are  only  the  garnishing  which  he  will  use  to  smoothly  blend  any  sharp  edges.
 And  he  has  achieved  that!
 
 But  suppose  say,  someone  shows  the  initial  picture  of  his(Eg:  Seetharam)  scape  in  the  first  month,
 The  second  month  he  takes  out  the  driftwood  and  adds  some  rocks,  The  eleocharis  are  not  growing  so  he  adds  some  stem  plants  after  removing  the  eleocharis...
 The  third  month  he  has  algae  poblem,  so  he  nukes  his  tank  with  glut.  Takes  out  the  crypts  which  are  algae  covered  and  adds  some  different  plants.  removes  the  rocks  and  adds  another  two  pieces  of  driftwood.....
 Fourth  month  he  is  unhappy  with  the  placing  of  driftwoods,  so  he  separates  them  to  the  two  corner  of  the  aquarium,  Removes  the  stem  plants  planted  in  the  second  month  since  they  are  not  growing  and  adds  rosette  plants  again....
 And  so  on  and  so  forth......  
 
 Now  I  can  safely  say  the  initial  wannabe  scaper  himself  is  not  sure  of  what  he  wants  and  is,  flowing  with  the  tide  of  his  capability  of  buying  things  and  his  efforts  in  procuring  them  and  replanting  his  aquarium  every  month.
 
 Now  will  you  call  this  aquascaping???
 
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2011 11:45 am Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping:Updated 03 Jun'11 Reply with quote

                                                   
rasikanayak  wrote  (View  Post):                
                                                 
Tirtha  C  wrote  (View  Post):                
                                                 
rasikanayak  wrote  (View  Post):                
That  is  a  planted  bouquet  changed  every  month  and  anybody  with  money  and  a  little  bit  of  effort  can  achieve  it!
 
 Regards,                

 
 Sorry  to  disagree  with  this  point  Nayak.  You  can't  have  the  final  look  at  day  one  or  first  month.  Only  the  creator  can  visualize  the  final  output  what  he  wants  when  the  tank  will  mature  according  to  him.  It  might  be  a  complete  faceoff  of  the  initial  scape  also.  And  thats  the  fun  of  Aquascaping.                
                                                 
Seetharam  wrote  (View  Post):                

 Tirtha
 
 I  guess  what  Nayak  is  saying  is  that  there  are  people  who  want  to  make  a  planted  tank  and  will  attempt  one  without  first  gaining  knowledge  on  what  it  takes  to  grow  plants  well  in  the  first  place,  After  a  month  the  tank  reaches  nowhere,  they  rip  it  down  or  change  things  and  its  that  way  for  another  month  and  so  on  and  so  forth.  So  it  goes  nowhere.
                 

 
 Tirthankar,
 I  never  expected  the  final  look  at  day  one  or  the  first  month  of  any  scaping.  And  it  is  not  only  the  creator  who  can  visualize  the  final  output  of  what  he  wants.  Provided  he  does  not  do  major  alterations  to  the  scaping,  any  person  with  a  knowledge  of  how  the  different  plant  grows  can  approximately  visualize  the  intentions  of  the  aquascaper  too.
 
 For  eg:  Seeing  the  first  picture  of  the  newly  set  up  scape  of  Seetharam,  the  focal  point  is  the  drift  wood  with  the  Eleocharis  and  Crypts  providing  the  strong  contrasts.  The  slow  growing  plants  like  the  Moss  and  anubias  are  only  the  garnishing  which  he  will  use  to  smoothly  blend  any  sharp  edges.
 And  he  has  achieved  that!
 
 But  suppose  say,  someone  shows  the  initial  picture  of  his(Eg:  Seetharam)  scape  in  the  first  month,
 The  second  month  he  takes  out  the  driftwood  and  adds  some  rocks,  The  eleocharis  are  not  growing  so  he  adds  some  stem  plants  after  removing  the  eleocharis...
 The  third  month  he  has  algae  poblem,  so  he  nukes  his  tank  with  glut.  Takes  out  the  crypts  which  are  algae  covered  and  adds  some  different  plants.  removes  the  rocks  and  adds  another  two  pieces  of  driftwood.....
 Fourth  month  he  is  unhappy  with  the  placing  of  driftwoods,  so  he  separates  them  to  the  two  corner  of  the  aquarium,  Removes  the  stem  plants  planted  in  the  second  month  since  they  are  not  growing  and  adds  rosette  plants  again....
 And  so  on  and  so  forth......  
 
 Now  I  can  safely  say  the  initial  wannabe  scaper  himself  is  not  sure  of  what  he  wants  and  is,  flowing  with  the  tide  of  his  capability  of  buying  things  and  his  efforts  in  procuring  them  and  replanting  his  aquarium  every  month.
 
 Now  will  you  call  this  aquascaping???
 
 Regards,                

 
 Thanks  Nayak.  Got  the  point.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 06, 2011 12:11 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping:Updated 03 Jun'11 Reply with quote

 Lovely,  i  am  sure  the  journey  has  resulted  well.  Truly  beautiful.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2011 4:04 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping:Updated 03 Jun'11 Reply with quote

 The  IAPLC  Tank  was  ripped  down  soon  within  a  month  after  picture  submission  as  i  was  not  too  happy  with  the  scape,  I  felt  it  had  too  much  weight  on  the  left,  I  just  made  some  hardscape  changes  to  balance  out  the  whole  scape  and  replanted.
 
 After  Redo
 
 
 
 Final  Shot
 
 
 
 This  Tank  got  neglected  badly  in  2010  due  to  heavy  work  at  office  and  was  ripped  down  end  of  2010.
 
 2009  was  also  the  year  i  improved  on  my  skills  to  create  Iwagumi  Style  Aquascaping.  I  decided  to  put  together  Iwagumi  and  my  favourite  foreground  plant  "Cuba"  ,  I  decided  to  start  a  emmersed  setup.  and  below  is  what  i  ended  up  with,  This  eventually  became  the  home  for  my  first  batch  of  Crystal  Red  Shrimps.
 
 Crystal  Island
 
 Start  of  DSM
 
 
 
 End  of  DSM
 
 
 
 Tank  After  Flooding
 
 
 
 Now  at  this  point  i  had  learnt  enough  to  realize  that  the  tank  was  not  a  perfect  Iwagumi,  So  i  went  ahead  and  picked  up  more  stones  and  added  to  the  scape,  though  it  was  not  a  perfect  Iwagumi  yet,  It  had  a  much  more  better  look  to  it  that  the  previous  scape.  Below  is  what  i  ended  up  creating.
 
 
 
 This  tank  was  decommisioned  end  of  2010
 
 Now  i  do  not  dwell  too  much  into  all  the  aspects  of  Iwagumi,  I  follow  some  principles  but  in  the  end  its  all  about  creating  a  natural  looking  stone  placement.
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2011 4:12 pm Post subject: Re: My Journey In The World of Aquascaping:Updated 08 Jun'11 Reply with quote

 The  emmersed  hc  setup  is  one  of  my  favourite.
 Just  a  query  though  Seetharam.Whose  work  do  you  admire  the  most   Smile
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