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Salamander tank scape.


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    Default Salamander tank scape.

    I made this for a local that is setting up a salamander tank. A good part of this will be above the water line. Each piece was built so that a water feature could be utlized. I also made the areas for plants large enough that a 3" pot will fit inside it. It will make it easier to plant and remove/ change plants over time. This is going in a small bowfront tank. I think 36 gallons. I think I filled up the back wall pretty good.

    Here is the full scape. I still have to texture the outside pieces. Should look cool.




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    That will look awsome man!

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    Sweet!

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