The background is painted on 1/4" plywood which covers the hole where the fireplace used to exist.
Another angle and we can see the carpet patch where the fire brick once lay.
Here the tank and stand sit with the main portion of the river tank manifold in place.
Added the flourite first. Placed the slate attached wood and then added the play sand.
Next the rocks and plastic plants are added. Garden hose where are you?
Thanks for the help Tom.
Lots of fun and all done.
Nope. This is not an UGF. This is a River Tank mainfold which is based upon Martin Thoene's design which can be found here: http://www.loaches.com/articles/river-t ... old-designcloudgodd wrote:just one question, I am new at this I noticed you put gravel on what I think is a home made UGF, then put sand over the top is that a way you can use a UGF with sand?
oh and it looks beautiful good job
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