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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  charlesryder on Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:58 am

Marko wrote:A bit more effort on photo shoping the cloud and you would of had me, BUT go back and look at the tree in its natural surroundings. Is it really natural? Chop marks still exist, right angles from chop mark into tertiary branching effect flow, lack of taper between secondary and tertiary branching etc. If the story behind this tree was that overhead powerlines meant that local authorities had to intervene and constrain the tree then yes it may be a realistisic example. Look at Japanese specimen decidious trees cultivated over generations, there are none more natural.

I'm afraid I'm in agreement.

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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  Walter Pall on Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:00 am

OK, back from Noelanders Trophy I now finish the progression images of this oriental hornbeam.











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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  Walter Pall on Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:07 am

As one can see I am never really happy with the result. I constantly try to still improve something. Satisfaction is the death of art.











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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  Walter Pall on Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:10 am

The final test for me is what it looks like if I project the tree into a real landscape. If it looks like it belongs there than it was successful naturalistic styling.



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Success

Post  Sabi on Mon Jan 21, 2013 11:19 am

Well I think you succeeded on that one Mr Pall. Very convincing and natural. Refreshing to see

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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  Vance Wood on Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:27 pm

charlesryder wrote:
Vance Wood wrote:Someone who would actually pillory this image should be pilloried themselves. ...............

I call that a very unnecessary remark and slightly intimidating.

This is a discussion forum and not a place of 'worship' so I don't see why differing opinions should not be welcome.

It is obvious that the language differences have played a role in your response because you obviously did not understand the nature or content of my remark.

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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  charlesryder on Mon Jan 21, 2013 2:17 pm

Vance Wood wrote:
charlesryder wrote:
Vance Wood wrote:Someone who would actually pillory this image should be pilloried themselves. ...............

I call that a very unnecessary remark and slightly intimidating.

This is a discussion forum and not a place of 'worship' so I don't see why differing opinions should not be welcome.

It is obvious that the language differences have played a role in your response because you obviously did not understand the nature or content of my remark.

You must be right ........ I'm from London ( although stationed in China at the moment ) and I speak English.

Perhaps you might be so kind as to enlighten those of us, whose linguistic abilities fall short of yours, as to what your comment meant.

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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  Fore on Mon Jan 21, 2013 2:49 pm

Wonderful tree Walter!

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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  Walter Pall on Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:10 pm

Found at Noelanders Trophy 2013, a very convincing Chinese elm.





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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  Walter Pall on Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:40 pm

Here a larch from Noelanders 2013. Someone knows the designer's name?



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Re: How about styling something like this?

Post  Sabi on Mon Jan 21, 2013 6:13 pm

That's Bill Gordons Elm.
The Larch I think is Martin Nielsons.

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