An Epic Reef Part 5 – Finding Nemo… He’s here!

An Epic Reef Part 5 – Finding Nemo… He’s here!

This post is part 5 of the epic reef series. While waiting for the big aquarium (sic), we continue our adventures with our 10 and 30 gallons tanks. We had already bought 6 hermit crabs as well as 4 turbo snails (one of each have unfortunately died), not to mention the clandestine immigrants who arrived at… Continue Reading An Epic Reef Part 5 – Finding Nemo… He’s here!

An Epic Reef Part 4 – A little more life in the aquarium

An Epic Reef Part 4 – A little more life in the aquarium

This post is part 4 of the epic reef series. Waiting for the cabinet for our 90 gallons is soooo long… Sebonaut and I tend to have little patience, so we went out and bought even more live rocks(see Part 2). With more surprises! This post will also show you the evolution of the tank after… Continue Reading An Epic Reef Part 4 – A little more life in the aquarium

An Epic Reef Part 3 – Reefscaping

An Epic Reef Part 3 – Reefscaping

This post is part 3 of the epic reef series. Reefscaping is the activity of arranging our rocks together so that they look good in our reef tank. Dry Rocks While we had a few live rocks (see Part 2), we also decided to buy a 50 lbs box of dry rocks. Dry rocks are,… Continue Reading An Epic Reef Part 3 – Reefscaping

An Epic Reef Part 2 – Live rocks

This post is part 2 of the epic reef series. Rocks that are “alive”? In fact, the rocks referred to under this term are in fact inert rocks, but which are covered with a bacterial life beneficial to the reef ecosystem. Our Live Rocks We were lucky to get our hands on fresh live rocks… Continue Reading An Epic Reef Part 2 – Live rocks

An Epic Reef Part 1 – Saltwater aquarium supplies and equipment

An Epic Reef Part 1 – Saltwater aquarium supplies and equipment

This post is part 1 of the epic reef series. Here you will find all the equipment we have procured to create our saltwater reef. Equipment Aquarium / Tank The first element that must be decided is the size of the desired tank. An aquarium too small may be difficult to stabilize for a beginner… Continue Reading An Epic Reef Part 1 – Saltwater aquarium supplies and equipment

An Epic Reef – Overview

An Epic Reef – Overview

Well, we hope that our reef will be epic. This is a long-term project, so this post will be divided into several parts to share the stages of the development of our saltwater aquarium ecosystem and the results obtained. Part 1 – Saltwater aquarium supplies and equipment Part 2 – Live rocks Part 3 – Reefscaping… Continue Reading An Epic Reef – Overview

Try Drawing/Painting Tools

Try Drawing/Painting Tools

I just completed the Inktober 2018 Challenge. Here I decided to take the time to share with you the tools I used to produce the drawings of my Inktober Galery Sketchbook My sketchbook is very simple, of the style of those presented below. As the paper is thin, be careful with the markers that stain… Continue Reading Try Drawing/Painting Tools

Inktober 2018: Challenge Accepted

Inktober 2018: Challenge Accepted

Inktober is a 31 days art challenge where participants are invited to produce a drawing each day using traditional media such as ink and pen. Jake Parker created this challenge in 2009 and it has been repeated every year, making the 2018 the 10th Inktober challenge. So far, thousands of artists all over the world… Continue Reading Inktober 2018: Challenge Accepted