So this is Junior the little Yorkie Terrier.
Roxsy stole his cushion lol
Here's Polly! She's got a kind of funky eye but otherwise is very spunky, she's a year younger than Roxsy but they both share the same parents, just one litter apart
Posing for me
Roxsy being a doll
She was watching the fish tank in the big tank which is next to me.
So this was the fish tank as it was before, complete with crummy, icky, disgusting blech on the bottom and in the gravel
And this is how it is now! It's not exactly how I wanted it since the HOB filter kind of was in the way of what I really wanted to do which was build up more gravel on the left side of the tank which is closest to the TV which means that from the couch on the right side of the tank, you can see more of the actual tank. But I wanted to build it up more so that the driftwood with the anubias on it was higher than the other three. Then hold it in with the extra slate pieces she's got in there. I've got one out front that's hold the front in and then behind it is a smaller piece of brown slate with a smaller anubias growing on it.
I wanted to make more of a diagonal effect from the back left corner to the right but since all the pieces of driftwood are on flat pieces of slate....I couldn't move it much more >.> I really hate those things and all the driftwood is falling apart now, not sure what to do about that. I'd like to upgrade some of the driftwood but for now, if she gives me permission to continue scaping for her, I want to get some Jungle Val in the back for starters and see if DHG will work out front in the right corner to start with. This beautiful tank deserves more!!
So front view, this is how it looked this morning after four more hours of work last night. Now it's all settled and looking much better.
From the left side, you can see the hex tank across the room lol
And from the right side
So my question to you all, does it look any better? And anything I can move slightly to make it look a little more...lively? It looks better and more full in real life than the pictures make it to be, but oh well