Koi Ponds - Post Your Deco'd Ponds

Lots of great ideas out there. Let's share our designs.

This is the one I did for the Library roof. I would it would be a serene place to read a book or meditate on the finer things in life.

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  • IvenorIvenor Posts: 655
    Here it is... :)


  • Here is mine. If I had a little more room, I would have made the maze larger and more complicated. I was very happy with the way the pond came out :)


  • IvenorIvenor Posts: 655
    edited February 5
    Here is mine. If I had a little more room, I would have made the maze larger and more complicated. I was very happy with the way the pond came out :)

    Roof-Maze, very neat! I like it... :)
  • My Koji Pond on TC , unfinished bridge sorry.
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  • Now thats an interesting place! Err ..two even. Well done!

  • CinderellaCinderella Posts: 510
    @RoseFormosa that is so awesome
  • AmberWitchAmberWitch Posts: 109
    *takes down original post and hides head in shame*
  • CinderellaCinderella Posts: 510
    I actually love all of these ideas... you've all given me some ideas
  • Minerva_FoxgloveMinerva_Foxglove Posts: 133
    edited February 10
    How did that fisheman get up on that flat stone? Did you use a Mannequin or red vendor contract? I think that stone is a bit odd somwhoq and wont use the large pond until i can make that flat stone   have a reason to be there  ..guess it is me, but a fisher there would help. .But I see now Miss E has an arcanist statue up there. 
  • I used a Mannequin up on the stone. Koi ponds are very hard to work with as one side everything disappears beneath it and the other side will only allow you raise something so high. You can target about anything up on that stone.
  • IvenorIvenor Posts: 655
    A curiosity: what is the sense in using green-tinted Stone Pavers and/or Goza Mats instead of Grass Tiles?
    I.
  • Petra_FydePetra_Fyde Posts: 534
    Grass tiles are not always readily available, especially on a shard where an account has only one character to claim them instead of 5 - 7. 
  • IvenorIvenor Posts: 655
    Grass tiles are not always readily available, especially on a shard where an account has only one character to claim them instead of 5 - 7. 
    Thanks!  :)
  • MissEMissE Posts: 416
    edited February 12
    Ivenor said:
    A curiosity: what is the sense in using green-tinted Stone Pavers and/or Goza Mats instead of Grass Tiles?
    I.
    I didn't want to use grass, I hate grass on the roof of castles, I used the green tinted pavers as I liked the color, for no other reason, it was definitely NOT a grass substitute, surprised you even thought it was..  I tried a few color pavers and the green ones seemed to set off the valentine's chair set nicely, blended with the gardens and nicely differentiated the 'raised' part of the rooftop deco.   Had nothing to do with being grass colored lol.  I had used bronze ones on the level below and copper ones on the ground floor for different deco solutions.   I have a gazillion grass tiles I could of used had I wanted grass.
  • IvenorIvenor Posts: 655
    edited February 12
    MissE said:
    Ivenor said:
    A curiosity: what is the sense in using green-tinted Stone Pavers and/or Goza Mats instead of Grass Tiles?
    I.
    I didn't want to use grass, I hate grass on the roof of castles, I used the green tinted pavers as I liked the color, for no other reason, it was definitely NOT a grass substitute, surprised you even thought it was..  I tried a few color pavers and the green ones seemed to set off the valentine's chair set nicely, blended with the gardens and nicely differentiated the 'raised' part of the rooftop deco.   Had nothing to do with being grass colored lol.  I had used bronze ones on the level below and copper ones on the ground floor for different deco solutions.   I have a gazillion grass tiles I could of used had I wanted grass.
    OKKKK! You don't do grass, I understand!!! :D

    About your surprise... well, if it is green & it stays where other people "normally" put Grass Tiles &  it is surrounded by Hedges... you know: it quacks, it walks, etc. :)

    But now I stand corrected: you definitely DON'T do grass!!!

    Aaaand maybe going easy with coffee and such kind of substances could be an idea worth of consideration too, isn't?  :p ;)

    I.

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  • TimStTimSt Posts: 622
    Mine is rather plain since it is in the middle of a working garden where I am trying out cross polination.
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