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my new head

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well after my little break, I am back. I’ve set up my new tank and totally redone my living room. also made a new head using a big part of the old one and built a new fish fence lol.

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Nice!

17 May, 2018

 

Welcome back Leigh great to see your return love all your heads and that fish fence is great wow big fish you have what kind is it the tank look s wonderfull as does your living room I see you have a little head in the tank too 😁you know me better as Sixpence.6

17 May, 2018

 

I love your blog noseypotter,and your fish fence is great.

17 May, 2018

 

Fish fence is brilliant, Leigh - so imaginative.

17 May, 2018

 

...and so is the fish!

17 May, 2018

 

thank you so much. the fish is a giant gourami

17 May, 2018

 

Thank you Leigh he s lovely.

17 May, 2018

 

Oh, I thought it was an oscar. I had an oscar that nearly bit off my finger. Ouuch!

17 May, 2018

 

it's approx 24" long. oscars only get 12" long but its a common mistake

18 May, 2018

 

the tank is 6` x 4` x 3`

18 May, 2018

 

Well hello there, welcome back Np, you have been a busy chap, the room and fish tank look great, hope you are pleased with what changes you've made. I do like the wrinkly man and his colour, that must have taken an age to complete, loving your fish design fence, typically you, made me smile to see it and we all need to do that when admiring things don't we....

18 May, 2018

 

I was only talking about you the other day with my daughter, Leigh. [tattoos!] Lovely to see you haven't lost your creative touch. :o)
We used to have a tank that size many years ago 30yrs ago] but when we moved we had to leave it behind as it was built into the wall. The new owners were delighted to pay extra for the fish too. My favourite was a 10" Plec. We then didn't replace the tank. Pond fish instead.
have you still got your lovely dogs?

18 May, 2018

 

That Gourami* is a whopper, a real Jaws! Our tank is much smaller as are our fish. We did have a big tank and advertised it free of charge of Freecycle, We warned people how big and how heavy it was (minus water) but people arrived who expected to be able to pick it up with one hand. A teacher actually wanted to carry it full of water and tadpoles from class to class. Unbelievable!

Do you paint as well as sculpt?

* Good job it's not a Piranha!

18 May, 2018

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