Takayuki Fukada 1

October 10, 2019 1 min read

Takayuki Fukada 1

This live setup by Takayuki fukada makes a strong impression by using large sized rocks with impactful textures. The rocks are specially slanted slightly to cast forward shadows, which offers contrast to the bright sand and highlights on the rocks. Planting is simple, but naturalistic.

For live setups, the aquascape has to be completely in a short time and making use of large, impactful hardscape is faster than trying to work with a large amount of much smaller pieces.



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