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Post  Jeremy on Sun Oct 26, 2014 3:28 pm

My larch bought from Bob Hill at Dragon's auction. Re-wired and started the creation of some pads.
Tried a couple of variations. Poor lighting today. Apologies for the poor quality.

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Fun to play.
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Post  Jeremy on Mon Oct 27, 2014 4:43 pm

Hi,
In another thread it was suggested the scroll was a little small. So today I played around with some others.

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Normally I try and avoid trees in the picture. This does have to my eye, an Autumnal feel.

This one is a famous Shrike scroll. very austere, which i also like and feel it gives that feeling of the  high mountain chill.

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Finally, a traditional Autumn scroll. Like the size, but the acer leaves are a little too warm and cosy for the feeling I wish to express.

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Are they an improvement ?
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Post  JimLewis on Mon Oct 27, 2014 7:50 pm

The first of the new ones worked best for me, though I would have preferred a less vibrant color for the scroll background (when the scroll is part of a bonsai display). Lovely scroll, well done tree, effective display. And I like the table.

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Post  Andre Beaurain on Thu Oct 30, 2014 9:53 am

Jeremy wrote:Hi,
In another thread it was suggested the scroll was a little small. So today I played around with some others.

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Firstly Your Bonsai is very nice Jeremy.

This is the scroll that I would choose.  My reason.  It looks antique... sold immidiately!

Secondly the colours - the Orange and Turquoise Im sure are right opposites on the colour wheel, creating an eye catching contrast!

Thirdly:  The Canopies of the trees... that of the Bonsai and the Canopies of the trees that run in perspective in the scroll, creates the illusion of trees standing on a bank of a vast river (supported by the blue-turquoise again)...the grasses bending in the breeze on the opposite side.....

I love it!

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