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    Default Full Aquascape

    This is for a 90 gallon reef. Customer wanted it so fish could swim all around and through the structure. As you can see I am not done texturing them yet. I think it will look amazing when it is done. If it turns out.

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    indeed it will! they always look amazing!

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    I gotta get me a full scape like that
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    Yup...nice indeed!

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    Wow now that looks amazing.

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    Here it is all fired up. I think it turned out real nice. It will be at my LFS on display until the customer can pick it up. So if you are in the Green Bay Wi area and you want to see it in person. It will be at Reefs Aquatics on N. Packerland. I will be taking it there on friday but I do not know how long it will be there. It all depends on how quick the owner wants it.

    Front side.
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    Back side.

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    Tom@HaslettMI - Reefkeeper
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    Awesome. I think I like the back better than the front.

    Tom

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    I like them better untextured, can I get a **** of a deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom@HaslettMI View Post
    Awesome. I think I like the back better than the front.

    Tom


    I do to. The customer is going to have a tough choice to make. I think the front side has more detail in it. You do not see it all in these pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cephalotus View Post
    I like them better untextured, can I get a **** of a deal?
    Whatever the customer wants. I base my quotes on how long it takes to make it. How much it weighs and how much it will cost to ship. But we have a bit of a waiting list right now. It will probably be a few months. I am getting low on clay. I have enough to last two weeks. If the weather doesn't warm I could run out. I am sure I will be fine. It just always gets tight this time of year. I don't like to risk the clay freezing. It is much harder to work with.

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