Wow, that's really nice of you to say. I have to tell you that I very much feel I'm just starting. I'd love to be superb, but everything you see here is just a beginning. I have so much to learn and I think the soft are has a great deal to offer that I haven't even tapped into yet. I really appreciate your encouragement and am working to learn more.
Thanks for taking the time to comment. Your words mean more to me than I can say.
...And as comments are indeed encouraged... I shall ^^ Basically, the concept of it seemed interesting - though it is done many times, there are always billions of ways to do it differently. What makes this a favouritable thing? Well, you've done the water details, the fine print element, the water level and waves well... The structure to keep the tank going and the people seem a bit dry in comparison, but well - the focus is not on them right? I do wonder how the sharks intend to swim around nicely in there, since they mainly would go up in hunting attempts instead of clam swimming, where as going up the chance on turning on their back is larger, and thus would cause a "coma" sort of effect. However, I would really like a aquarium like this myself, if only a smaller version for Goldfish (perhaps in the shape of a fitting G). Also, at first, I thought there was a sink-drain on the top, which seemed rather futile, but I suppose that is a opening for divers to climb in and to feed the fish in the tank. I say, a job well done. It looks nice.