Pinus mugo (han-kengai) - restyling

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Post  Guest on Thu Feb 03, 2011 7:51 am

Very nice work Pavel. I am also thinking that the cascade branch have to go. Too unnatural looking as it is, and a much more pleasing and convincing tree shown at the virt.

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Post  landerloos on Thu Feb 03, 2011 8:27 am

This is how I would like the tree to be if it was in my garden.
Red lines cut.
Peter


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Post  Tom Benda on Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:27 am

Little similar as Peter´s choice.
I hope I find another for me again :-)

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Post  ybonsai on Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:33 am

landerloos wrote:This is how I would like the tree to be if it was in my garden.
Red lines cut.
Peter


Why would you cut it there?
Or is it to grow out like Tom's virtual?

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Post  Pavel Slovák on Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:47 am

Hi Morten, Petr, Tom and Yannick

Thank you all for yours coment. The tree has a new owner, I have consulted with him. Wink Very Happy
I think that the lower branches can work. Cut it anyway. The project is not over. Wink I hope to finish soon.

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Post  landerloos on Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:59 am

Hi Nephew,

I would cut it there if there are some new buds on the branches closer to the trunk, to get a more dense tree, and in my humble opinion more balanced.

Peter

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Post  ybonsai on Thu Feb 03, 2011 10:17 am

landerloos wrote:Hi Nephew,

I would cut it there if there are some new buds on the branches closer to the trunk, to get a more dense tree, and in my humble opinion more balanced.

Peter

I wouldn't do this.

If you cut also the branches where you would do it , the tree doesn't look a natural cascade anymore at my opinion.
Also symmetry in a tree is almost never found in nature(look at the virtual the isosceles triangle).
I would prefer Tom's virtual then by just cutting the big branch cause and asymmetrical or scalene triangle is a "natural" shape.
Therefore we humans appreciate the more natural form ,this not only in bonsai but also compositions as well.

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