Newbie Enclosure

Discussion in 'DIY Zone' started by Lawra, Jul 18, 2013.

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  1. krissy78

    krissy78 Well-Known Member

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    Looks great good job :)
     
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    Wow that looks amazing, especially with that lighting, it makes me think of some little nook you'd actually find a snake in somewhere deep in a forest. :D
     
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    That looks awesome Lawra!

    You have given me a lot of ideas for the inside of my current enclosure project :D
     
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    Hi lawra, congrats on getting this one finished, looks awesome. Steve looks so cute curled up in the water bowl, I see he's been doing that growing thing again;)

    Congrats again, well done.
     
  5. Lawra

    Lawra Come here Squishy! Donator

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    Thank you heaps everyone :D
    [MENTION=37779]Shane73[/MENTION] yes he's growing super fast! I haven't seen him in 3 weeks (on hols still) so will probably be giant by the time I get back :)
    [MENTION=39510]Shane09[/MENTION] I look forward to seeing pics of your enclosure project :) Glad I could help!
     
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    Xeaal Well-Known Member

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    That enclosure is absolutely fantastic and you have done a brilliant job!! The woma is very cute too :)
     
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    Hi Lawra,

    Was wondering what exact products you used for the rendering process? Am i the process in building my own rock wall and am not 100% sure what to use.

    Cheers
     
  8. Lawra

    Lawra Come here Squishy! Donator

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    Hi [MENTION=39686]GamblingCobra[/MENTION] I used Dunlop Acrylic Render - at $13 for 20kg I figured I couldn't go wrong :) it was recommended by [MENTION=16369]J-A-X[/MENTION] aka The DIY Godmother
     
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    Thanks heaps [MENTION=37955]Lawra[/MENTION]. Lots of help :)
     
  10. Lawra

    Lawra Come here Squishy! Donator

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    Snapped this pic of Steve a couple of nights ago, I was so excited to see him making use of the wall!!!

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    That's so cool Lawra. What an awesome job.
     
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