Richard Walsh: wow, i thought they were small at first. i didn't get how big these
stuctures were until you picked up the food/water tray @6:21... their
hugh... where do you get the plastic plants like the cactus you have?
ReptileHelper: @thegr8dude yes but dont use grout use cement bro theres tons of vids just
search aquarium diy background and youl see
Wolf Predator: @thegr8dude Not certain that the sealant I used is made to be submerged in
water for extended periods of time. Also when ive washed mine off in the
tub ive noticed that it the 2 smaller pieces float because they are made of
foam, so because of them reasons I am not certain.
Wolf Predator: @apauln Awesome :)
TheGEdog: How long total did it take to make the cave one? Plz respond, trying to
make one.and total $ RESPOND
Wolf Predator: Was a long time ago...over 3 years, so to be honest its kind of hard for me
to remember but in info section I have the price listed as $75 for
everything needed...including Caulking gun, buckets, paintbrushes, paper
plates, sponges, Sanding Sponge and Rubber Gloves....you may already have
all this stuff or some of it. I started from scratch. Its hard to say how
long it took to make one piece since I made them all together. Read more on
Wolf Predator: @coolpunk100 Yes Sure could.
Wolf Predator: @strangerdangers Sorry about the late response, youtube does not always
tell me when I got comments.....I am sure you figured it out by now though
Shenkie1987: i know you give lizard-landscapes all the cradit but i think you did really
nicely. they look very realistic. i would buy them if they where in a store
well done m8
LennyTheLizardKing: good job completing it, i started on a rock wall 4 months ago and its still
not done, took too many breaks..
buckmaster153: will styraphome melt in a 100 wat u.v.b light?
Wolf Predator: @sysantos I have other videos up of my bearded dragon but this clearly from
the title is not one of them.........
Wolf Predator: @funkeymonkey311. Yeah um I used plastic bowls that I put inside the
circles. I think I show you at the start. Would you notice the 2 circles on
the dish do not even have bottoms so it would be impossible to hold water
in it unless you used a plastic container......
ReptileHelper: @apauln you can use both but non sanded is preferred
sysantos: Lame i though it was bearded dragong gosh
GR8Dame1: did u use a sealer after the grout?
Wolf Predator: I guess you are right but at the hardware store they actually have
non-sanded grout and sanded grout...dont really know what the difference is.
Wolf Predator: @byNOBODY141414 My dragon has torn at this a ton and its still in excellent
shape. After you put many layers of grout it gets very strong and can
support a few pounds pretty easy. Since my dragon only weights around
14-16oz, it is fine for his size. Never been afraid of its durability.
funkeymonkey311: i would not have painted the inside of your bowls. because when you put
your water in theyre the paint will gradually rub off into the water. bad
for lizards. but no offense just trying to put pointers out there! great
job on the cave.
Richard Walsh: forgot to say it looks excellent...
Wolf Predator: @LennyTheLizardKing Yeah it took some dedication to get it done quickly lol
Wolf Predator: If dedicated, Id say you could make the cave piece in 4 to 5 days. What
takes so long is waiting for all the grout, paint and sealer layers to dry
before you can add more. Kind of tedious process.
LizardLandscapes: Thanks for the shoutout at the end, and good job...
byNOBODY141414: How come if u had a full grown bearded dragon or large lizard the rock
stucter does not snap in half plz reply and also is it safe for my bearded
dragon won't he bite it plz reply thx
Wolf Predator: Yes I used Sealer about 4 coats after the grout
strangerdangers: hey i love the rock structures send me the link to the website you said
cause i think im gonna take some time to do that stuff:)
Richard Walsh: ok... i found it... it's lizard-landscapes,com
Wolf Predator: @Shenkie1987 Well thank you very much :) Appreciate the compliment
Matthew Cooke: can i built something like this for snake cage?
iBreakable: This looks really cool! I have been thinking of making a little thing like
this for my beardie. But anyways, awesome job!
Wolf Predator: @Breadedkid69 Thanks
Richard Walsh: i keep hearing 'non sanded' or 'sandless' grout... is this a special kind
of grout? the definition of GROUT is "sand", cement, and water... without
sand, it's not grout anymore..
Wolf Predator: @PudzBug Yes, grout is what makes it appear like rock and basically hold it
Breadedkid69: Nice bro
Richard Walsh: lizardlandscapes,com domain name is parked, is the spelling correct? if so
how do i find instruction on how to do this?
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