1. I literally can't wait for new content to drop on GreenAqua and this episode did not disappoint. Great looking scape; layout always looks better in the actual tank as it gets depth and perspective, plus the black soil and plants add contrast to the whole composition. Well done Tommy, love it!

  2. great vid! work shops are probably my most favourite types of your videos! keep it up! also will you announce the winner of the contest?
    until next Thursday have a great week from Australia!

  3. stunning bold composition really look forward to seeing it mature. love the bond you guys have at green aqua like one big family such a positive channel and also very funny . remember tommy its not the size the matters its what you do with them hahaha

  4. Very nice Iwagumi! Well done Tommy (and Balasz and the aquagirls off course!) 😉
    Really like the details and the choice of plants, can't wait to see it grown in. Oh and Tommy, compliments on your choice of music, gives a good vibe to the video 👍
    Keep on growing guys!
    All the best to you 👋

  5. I wonder if the mother rock on the right side ought to be tilted back. The reason I am thinking along those lines is because both the primary stones on the left and right side of the scape are almost similar in height and are dark because of the shadow, causing the visual of two parallel, similar mountains side by side.

    Tilting the large rock on the right backward will cause it to reflect light and this make it a bit more un-parallel and assymetric. The other option would be to push the rock still deeper into the substrate, but that would be the standard solution.

    I'd love to a cinematic of this in a few months with the plants grown in. Love the fish selection too!

  6. I always think their names are so cool 'balazs farkas' and 'tamas danyiko' 😀
    I didn't like that sand path but the rest of the tank is just perfect, i also like the choice of fish.

  7. imo the most important thing when it comes to aquascaping is knowing in advance the growth patterns of plants, as stated @13:50. youtube is lacking a thorough walk through on growth patterns and pruning each individual species of plants. i think you guys are more than qualified for such a task. your aquariums look amazing.

  8. I think Tommy is the best aquascaper from green aqua. I love to watch Tommy and James Findley scape together. Please arrange it for me..

  9. I love this kind of style ie., Iwagumi. Very minimalist but places a huge impact on the overall design of the scape. Beautifully done. Nice work.

  10. …" I didn´t brake it….just made a noise"…hahahaha love it…and love the scape…good work with that beautiful rocks!

  11. Amazing job Tommy. I love the way rocks are placed to play with shadows and create perspective. So many tutorials on internet about iwagumi theory end to flat and boring results. This one really stands out of the crowd, one bad point…. It is too short !!
    I saw in the description that 100kg of frodo stone were used, do you have any idea about the weight and dimensions of the biggest ones ? I was a bit scared when I saw Tommy placing them without some kind of crushed lava stone layer to secure bottom of the tank. But seems to work pretty well !!!
    Congratulation guys keep on scaping

  12. He did a great job on this! I love it. ..and Balazs, how good is your job? Not only have you got all that gear to play with but, you have beautiful girls walking about preparing plants. Sheesh! If you fell in a river, you'd come out dry and with fish in your pockets. 😀 Haha.

  13. Very nice job!
    Yes, i would like to see a full planting video! It is always inspirating what you are doing with the mixture of plants and how to use them for these beautiful natural look!

  14. Thx 4 The Great Video Guys..im just in Time to Rescape my 60p ..today is The Day ..and your Video is a Great Inspiration ❤️💪🏽

  15. I like the overall flow of the tank— it became very cohesive in the tank compared to in the sand box. If I were to critique, I think there is a bit overuse of mid-size stones that take too similar visual weight to the bigger ones. I would have chosen some smaller ones, especially in the foreground to let the larger ones remain more impressive, and leave space for more plants to create more visual breaks between stones.

    The tank though has a very natural atmosphere. Good work~

  16. I am from Indonesia, your canel fan and I always watch your videos, I really like it, I ask for a gift 1 canister aquascape mister

  17. Great video and aquascape. Do you plan in your tanks how the flow of water might impact the scape. I have issues with my Iwagumi scape with build up of broken down materials and such. I just don’t get the same flow with the lily pipes as I do with the spray bar that came with the eheim pro plus 350. It’s only on a 40 gallon tank so any ideas would be great. You guys are the best so might as well ask the best.

    P.s. How do I get a intern ship at green aqua. Lol.

  18. nice work , there is complex hardscape with that stone ,with beauty of simple plant…,nice work,we will wait how that tank at 1month after planting,

  19. Great job, Tommy. And yes, the actual hardscape layout in the tank looked even better than in the "dojo" sandbox area. I hope to see the tank in person when visiting the shop in the coming months (…need to look into flights). Best of luck!

  20. We would definitely love and watch a 2 hour video from you guys. Just go ahead and do it, will bill you just pop corn and Coke for the entire family 😁

  21. I've been with talks with Tropica and the department of agriculture here in Perth Western Australia. We in Perth are not allowed to import sterile Tropica lab grown/tissue culture plants without an import license and the pots need to be further quarantined. 🙁

  22. Gorgeous you guys make it look so easy. I have no eye for doing this, when I try it seems like I just dumped everything in. What fish are in there can not get good image of the green ones.
    If you guys and your sponsorship ever decide to come to America and build a tank for a fan keep me in mind.😁

  23. I've always been interested to see an unedited, real time video of some of these scapes… especially this one. I say go for it

  24. Tropica here, Tropica there, it seems they are sponsoring everyone, except me! Well sure I'm not a content creator, or any sort of aquascaping professional, but still – can't simple man get soil for free?! 😀

  25. oh hey, this scape reminded me of a question I've had for a while (not sure maybe I've already asked, it's been so long in my head) – do you ever consider making lowtech-cheap-simple-beginner aquascape, aka no fancy ingredients, just to show what's possible without big investments? I myself got high-ish tech scape and another super low tech scape, and to be honest sometimes cheap one looks even better (with all the easy-to-grow plants, no co2 etc.).

  26. Great job Tommy and to the crew at Green Aqua! Entertaining and funny as always! But also very informative and awesome tips! Thank you!

  27. Is there a video that shows the structural integrity of the cabinet holding the aquarium? Theres so much weight to support! I just want to see how all the weight is distributed.

  28. Very nice job Tommy!
    I love pathways in scapes, nice depth and the fish work well in there, look forward to seeing it all evolve. 👍

  29. Hi balaz how are you doing… Just got an excellent aquascape by Tommy… Good job 👍!!

  30. Tommy you truly belong amongst the best! You remind us of NAQ's co-founder Philippe the way you stay calm, patient and humble in front of your work 😀
    love the textures and overall impression, sincerly my favorite tank in your shop. Keep up the good work tommy, We are your number 1 fans 😉

  31. Great layout Tommy, very bold hardscape, look forward to seeing this grow in, would love a pallet of those rocks. What a great place to work at.great video as always.
    Nice shorts Tommy.

  32. I will have to visit your gallery again and see what has change. So many new tanks 😍🤤 Are you guys planning to do some paludarium aquascapes, like DOOA Mizukusa mist wall? Would love to see it done by pros! And nice iwagumi. The frodo stone is superb.

  33. Sorry but that music fits a mercedes black series C63 rolling down the bloke lowered by 2,5", not aquascaping. Love your work, like the music but its not for aquascaping, if you know what i mean. Aquascaping is more like 02:23, 09:08 or some chillstep 🙂

  34. Tommy did a great job,really nice, but with help from Balazs and Vickey and the ( sorry) other Girl. Only joking Tommy,great job.

  35. I wanna scape exactly this tank! But with an classic Island Style, like your 650l tank! Do you have any ideas for saving money?

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