Juniperus Chinensis Shari in progress

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Juniperus Chinensis Shari in progress

Post  Indo Andreas on Tue May 03, 2016 1:18 pm

Juniperus Chinensis Shari in progress












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Post  M. Frary on Thu May 05, 2016 3:08 am

Be careful you don't poke an eye out with that thing.

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Post  Indo Andreas on Thu May 05, 2016 3:18 am

Lol, good (point)

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Post  HenrikSkov on Mon May 09, 2016 7:26 am

It is looking nice. Did you create the grooves in the deadwood with powertools or just peeling away wood along the lines of the tree?

/Henrik

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Post  Indo Andreas on Mon May 09, 2016 12:03 pm

Thank you for the comment. The grooves in the deadwood are both tools and hand created, however I will still add more to it, there is a top notch that I like to flush out.

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Post  beer city snake on Mon May 09, 2016 12:35 pm

M. Frary wrote:  Be careful you don't poke an eye out with that thing.

it isn't fun until someone loses an eye cyclops

andreas - were you also responsible for styling the tree with all it twists and turns ?
and is that pot actually purple ?
or just unglazed xixing clay that is appearing very purple in the images ?

i think this will be nice when it is done...

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Post  Indo Andreas on Tue May 10, 2016 10:57 am

Thanks for comment and question.
I am not fully responsible for the tree, some of it was styled, but not as present, I added more carving and reset the branches, main trunk was set. As I got it it was outgrown and wire where grown almost into the tree. The soil condition where clay like little drainage. I go sometimes to the Bonsai area of Bogor Mountain ( day trip from Jakarta) where hundreds of trees being sold. I spot trees that are in unfinished condition, or have been neglected, that makes them easier and cheaper to buy. It is a bonsai paradise up there.
The pot is as it is, no glaze.

At present, I don't do any work on it, since the tree has been repotted (December 15), in Indonesia (Jakarta) re-potting reporting Juniper is the hardest part to do, I can't really tell why, but as soon you touch the root system they start acting up. Needle regrowth, brown tips, drying in the all over condition, or worse even die off.

I will show another Juniper soon that did act up, after reporting, he just now recover but still just.

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