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Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  apisit chuldecha on Sat Dec 27, 2014 7:39 pm

Hello everyone , I just finished work on this tree as a Christmas gift for my self .
Before.

after.



Thank you for watching.
I wish all the best for everyone and happy new year 2015.
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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  DougB on Sun Dec 28, 2014 6:33 pm

Apisit thanks for sharing.  I have downloaded for study and reference.

And a Happy New Year to you, and all, may it be one of health, wealth, and peace.

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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  apisit chuldecha on Fri Jan 02, 2015 8:49 am

DougB wrote:Apisit thanks for sharing.  I have downloaded for study and reference.

And a Happy New Year to you, and all, may it be one of health, wealth, and peace.

thank you and may all the best for you new year .


some more close up shot
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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  Leo Schordje on Fri Jan 02, 2015 4:22 pm

Happy New Year to you and all IBC Forum members, you are a great community.

I really like this Juniper, it really looks good from all sides. The last photo in the post immediately previous to this one makes a nice front, as does the first finished photo in the first post. The choice of a round pot is perfect, allowing display from any angle.

Very nice.

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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  leatherback on Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:49 pm


Nice tree indeed! (Or actually, nice does not doe this tree justice)

Leo Schordje wrote: The last photo in the post immediately previous to this one makes a nice front, as does the first finished photo in the first post.
Interesting. I would have taken the second 'finished' foto in the original post, as it showsa wider base, which would balance the tree more, and shows the live veign (?) leaving the soil..

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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  apisit chuldecha on Sat Jan 03, 2015 12:55 pm

thank you all for you guys comment. I just finished shari work that you can see a bit more flow up direction.
for the front side ,I also can't thinking of which will be perfect one , so I would like to show you more picture that what I think it possible to be the front side.
side 1

side 2

side 3

side 4

side 5

side 6

side 7

for me the side 7 that I pay a little bit attention to.
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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  Richard S on Sat Jan 03, 2015 4:03 pm

Beautiful tree nicely styled. It looks great from several different angles.

For me the only flaw is the appearance of inverse taper at the base from some views. For this reason I think view 7 is weaker than some others. I would probably choose view 2 as "the front" but to be fair it looks pretty good from most angles and if you keep it in a round pot your not really forced to choose!

Cheers

Richard

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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  apisit chuldecha on Mon May 18, 2015 7:56 am

for better picture
Side A

side B

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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  Tentakelaertje on Mon Jul 13, 2015 9:00 pm

Hello Apisit,
I really like side A as a front, because it shows the live vein upwards into the tree from all down to the nebari. This makes the base much more interesting for not only deadwood is shown.
I love this tree (like almost all your other trees) and I think seeing the bonsai in the starting material like you do is a true gift.
Thanks for showing! Very Happy

Regards, Maarten

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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  apisit chuldecha on Tue Jul 14, 2015 3:27 am

Tentakelaertje wrote:Hello Apisit,
I really like side A as a front, because it shows the live vein upwards into the tree from all down to the nebari. This makes the base much more interesting for not only deadwood is shown.
I love this tree (like almost all your other trees) and I think seeing the bonsai in the starting material like you do is a true gift.
Thanks for showing! Very Happy

Regards, Maarten
Thank you Maarten , I am grad to know that you like it.
like you said that about the feature point of side A I like that too, it's depend on personal , in the way of conservative some they don't like about inverse taper trunk base looks unstable, but for my personal I think inverse taper trunk is not a problem but it can be a part to play for a floated up composition , I just like the movement of smoke floated up in the air more than the way of giant stand still stable .
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Re: Christmas work on shimpaku

Post  Tentakelaertje on Tue Jul 14, 2015 8:12 pm

apisit chuldecha wrote:
Tentakelaertje wrote:Hello Apisit,
I really like side A as a front, because it shows the live vein upwards into the tree from all down to the nebari. This makes the base much more interesting for not only deadwood is shown.
I love this tree (like almost all your other trees) and I think seeing the bonsai in the starting material like you do is a true gift.
Thanks for showing! Very Happy

Regards, Maarten
Thank you Maarten , I am grad to know that you like it.
like you said that about the feature point of side A I like that too, it's depend on personal , in the way of conservative some they don't like about inverse taper trunk base looks unstable, but for my personal I think inverse taper trunk is not a problem but it can be a part to play for a floated up composition , I just like the movement of smoke floated up in the air more than the way  of giant stand still stable .
Apisit.

Ah, finally a withstander in the reverse taper discussion. Depends on the tree how bad it is though.
Hadn't looked at it in this smoky way, but yes, now I see it. The 'smoke tree' would do great on a misty mountaintop! Smile

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