My 5th Street Juniper first styling

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My 5th Street Juniper first styling

Post  apisit chuldecha on Mon Aug 04, 2014 8:09 am

Hello all, once again with this juniper, this is only material that I can find in this city, but this time it is smaller.


start to check it out inside,the trunk is no movement and looks really nothing interesting at all.


do it ,better than nothing to do.


almost done, I can picture the overall looking.


try for jin .


I think enough to do, just put it to the pot .


this is back side.


day time .



Thank you for watching .

Apisit.

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Re: My 5th Street Juniper first styling

Post  Andre Beaurain on Fri Aug 15, 2014 8:29 am

Thank you for sharing Apisit.

You definitely have artistic ability in the bonsai sense, which will only get better.

I think your crown can get thinned out a bit more.  Its to dense cluster of leaves.  So is the tips of the branches.... too much of a poodle thing going on here, which is not desired.

Imagine that the tips of the branches and crown should be like fingers spreading out instead of a solid mass.  

Weird that I, and African, helps a Japanese with his bonsai....... Well, try anyway.
  Did we have a earth crust displacement that I dont know of?  hihihihihihihihihii

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Re: My 5th Street Juniper first styling

Post  JimLewis on Fri Aug 15, 2014 1:10 pm

Good potential there. I'd recommend shortening all or most of the jin.

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Re: My 5th Street Juniper first styling

Post  apisit chuldecha on Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:41 am

Andre Beaurain wrote:Thank you for sharing Apisit.

You definitely have artistic ability in the bonsai sense, which will only get better.  

I think your crown can get thinned out a bit more.  Its to dense cluster of leaves.  So is the tips of the branches.... too much of a poodle thing going on here, which is not desired.

Imagine that the tips of the branches and crown should be like fingers spreading out instead of a solid mass.  

Weird that I, and African, helps a Japanese with his bonsai....... Well, try anyway.
  Did we have a earth crust displacement that I dont know of?  hihihihihihihihihii

Please share more of your subjects.

Love and light

to Andre ,thank your for your advice. I just did that thinned them ,the foliage of this juniper is very soft and weak always keep down off direction ,not strong to keep hard in shape like shimpaku, this one still need more time .
this is my update tree after thinned the crown. I hope that poodle pad before is now a bit gone.


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