Herry Rasio 5

November 20, 2019 1 min read

Herry Rasio 5

This aquascape by Herry rasio employs strong repeated diagonal lines to inject a sense of dynamism and movement to the hardscape work. The 2 key lessons here: repeated patterns reinforce an impression and diagonal composition lines gives a lot of movement to an aquascape. The downside of having too strict a repeated pattern is that the composition might appear a tad contrived. This is balanced by the naturalistic planting style; which utilizes a good mixture of different species to give variety.


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