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White Cedar raft on slope

Post  apisit chuldecha on Mon Nov 09, 2015 7:35 am

Hello everyone.
Since my first idea pop up all start from drawing without any material yet.


then I was thinking about the material that only can find out in my city , they would be white cedar.I finally have got them for 3 more in separate training pots but I only use 2 of them.
Before and after




I will put them on the rock or slope slab in final process.

Thank you for visiting my post.
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Post  JimLewis on Mon Nov 09, 2015 1:30 pm

Courtesy of Google Images and Flicker, by Kimura:


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Post  apisit chuldecha on Mon Nov 09, 2015 3:00 pm

JimLewis wrote:Courtesy of Google Images and Flicker, by Kimura:

a lot of slope slab planting out there now a day after this masterpiece from master Kimura made thing become a style for us we all know about for that with respect .
Thank you Jim

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Post  apisit chuldecha on Tue Nov 10, 2015 10:57 am


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Post  apisit chuldecha on Tue Dec 08, 2015 1:42 am

updated
this is my DIY rock ready for planting on


just on the rock






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Post  Berny on Wed Dec 09, 2015 2:06 am

Been growing bonsai's for several years on and off and am just wondering how you keep up the fluids for this one;

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Post  apisit chuldecha on Wed Dec 09, 2015 2:32 am

Berny wrote:Been growing bonsai's for several years on and off and am just wondering how you keep up the fluids for this one;

this is not a rock slab ,this rock has been build by some small pieces of rock stick them together with epoxy putty ,by that way ,it will has a few gaps between each pieces to be some water drain also I can design for a room space for the roots just like a pot, then the way to watering or fluids will be the same as the way to do with normal pot.
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Post  Berny on Wed Dec 09, 2015 4:24 am

Great tree!

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Post  apisit chuldecha on Sat Dec 12, 2015 11:15 am

clear shot



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Post  beer city snake on Sat Dec 12, 2015 3:13 pm

nice rock work

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Post  apisit chuldecha on Mon Dec 14, 2015 2:43 am

behind the scene



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Post  dick benbow on Mon Dec 21, 2015 11:28 am

thank-you for documenting your project from concept to fruition. much appreciated.

As I work diligently to learn the art of display I always find my heights and styles of display tables sorely limited. I say that because I didn't know if you preferred
the table to display your project on or if it was the best you had at the moment. I'd like to hear others with suggestions as to what table they would use to display
his project on....

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Post  apisit chuldecha on Mon Dec 21, 2015 11:56 am

dick benbow wrote:thank-you for documenting your project from concept to fruition. much appreciated.

As I work diligently to learn the art of display I always find my heights and styles of display tables sorely limited. I say that because I didn't know if you preferred
the table to display your project on or if it was the best you had at the moment. I'd like to hear others with suggestions as to what table they would use to display
his project on....
Thank you , Dick . I just have this table for now .
Actually in my mind I would prefer the display without any ornament and more simple for this one I only like the color of rose wood the you can see in the picture , I only have 2 displays , one is in this picture and other is more simple with ebony dark wood
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Post  Berny on Mon Dec 21, 2015 10:56 pm

IMHO, the lower stone/slab on the left of the picture is IMHO, over kill, i.e. just a bit too much.

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Post  coh on Mon Dec 21, 2015 11:19 pm

Berny wrote:IMHO, the lower stone/slab on the left of the picture is IMHO, over kill, i.e. just a bit too much.

Yes, that piece in the lower left has very sharp edges and the strong point both draw the eye to that area and then push it away from the piece. Maybe if that particular rock was broken up a bit to yield less sharp edges...

Overall I really like the piece, very creative use of material (both the rocks and the trees). Like the overall feel and shape of the canopy and look forward to seeing it mature.

Chris

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Post  apisit chuldecha on Tue Dec 22, 2015 2:24 am

coh wrote:
Berny wrote:IMHO, the lower stone/slab on the left of the picture is IMHO, over kill, i.e. just a bit too much.

Yes, that piece in the lower left has very sharp edges and the strong point both draw the eye to that area and then push it away from the piece. Maybe if that particular rock was broken up a bit to yield less sharp edges...

Overall I really like the piece, very creative use of material (both the rocks and the trees). Like the overall feel and shape of the canopy and look forward to seeing it mature.

Chris
Thanks Berny and Chris ,I am glad to know that you guys like it,
for that a little sharp rock at below triangle , for now it looks off composition ,actually in my intention I have plan to plant some little plant on that , I want that looks more become like a steping landscape , but if it doesn't work in final , I will break the sharp edges off like Chris said .
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Post  BrendanR on Thu Jan 07, 2016 2:06 pm

The tree trunks are too straight and too thin in my opinion. You just need a very small amount of bending in the trunks - not enough to alter the overall direction, but just to suggest that they grew over a number of years and that conditions varied over their life.

I'd bend them 2 - 3 times along their length by just a couple of degrees so that they end up in about the same final position, but are not ram-rod straight.

I was not sure about your rock composition when I first saw it.

But the final result is good, and I think you have a good eye and artistic ability. I look forward to your future projects.

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