Escarpment Nature Aquarium by James Findley – Step by Step

Visit the aquascape journal for more info http://www.thegreenmachineonline.com/articles/journals/escarpment-nature-aquarium-james-findley In this 23 minute video, you will see professional aquascaper, and founder of The Green machine- James Findley creating a planted aquarium from scratch. We’ll take you step by step through the process so you can understand the technical and artistic decisions James makes at each stage. James is using one of the most popular sized aquariums on the market- a 60 cm wide, by 30 deep,…

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‘Escarpment’ Nature Aquarium by James Findley

In this journal and 23 minute video, you will see professional aquascaper, and founder of The Green machine- James Findley creating a planted aquarium from scratch. We’ll take you step by step through the process so you can understand the technical and artistic decisions James makes at each stage. James is using one of the most popular sized aquariums on the market- a 60 cm wide, by 30 deep, by 36 cm high, 64.8 litre…

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Pebbles – Huge Aquascape – Planting Complete

Planting complete! This is James’ latest aquascaping work titled ‘Pebbles’. Come and see it growing in store. Fish are to be added in the future. A big thanks to everyone who visited our gallery yesterday to watch James work. This aquarium is a huge 305 x 61 x 61 cm. Click the images to zoOM IN.This aquascape is designed to be viewable from any angle- so far we’ve only shown one side online… the layout…

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Red Rock Nano Aquascape by James Findley

James’ recent nano aquascape for The Green Machine shop gallery. Come in store to see it growing. Full info including aquascape journal coming soon. Setup Specification… Hardscape material: ADA Sado-Akadama Stone Aquarium: ADA Cube Garden Mini M: 36 x 22 x 26 Lighting: ADA Solar Mini M CO2: ADA CO2 Advanced System Black Plants: Micranthemum ‘Monte Carlo’ Microsorum mini/petite Anubias petite Monosolenum sp. Read the aquascape journal which includes 60 photos of the step-by-step creation…

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Arizona Aquascape Journal by James Findley

This aquascape was called ‘Arizona’ because the landscapes found in that part of the world were a large source of inspiration for this tank. James wanted the aquascape to be a bit different – a bit experimental, and since he has been experimenting with red hues in many of his aquascapes lately, like in Crimson Sky and Red Rock (video coming soon), he wanted to try it on a bigger scale.  You can see that this…

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