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Wang Chao 1

October 11, 2019 1 min read

Wang Chao 1

Wang Chao's work is characteristic of the trend of hyper-vigorous application of hardscape techniques in the aquascaping competition scene. Layering of stone plateforms as their construction is elevated to almost the top of the tank at the rear gives the scene a tremendous sense of scale. Similar the usage of larger, coarser wood pieces to the sides of the tank that tapers to using much finer wood to the rear and mid gives the impression of descending scale.


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