Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

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Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

Post  sidiao on Fri Feb 19, 2010 4:19 pm

share some work...
Pinus parviflora  
 
Creator: Lin,Chih-Hsiung







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Re: Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

Post  sidiao on Fri Feb 19, 2010 4:22 pm

Juniperus

Creator: Chan,You-Hsuan






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Post  sidiao on Fri Feb 19, 2010 4:25 pm

Juniperus

Creator: Liu,Tung-Yuen






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Post  sidiao on Fri Feb 19, 2010 4:28 pm

Juniperus

Creator: Hsiao,Min-Feng









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Post  sidiao on Fri Feb 19, 2010 4:32 pm

Juniperus

Creator: Chien,Hsu-You








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Post  sidiao on Fri Feb 19, 2010 4:35 pm

Pinus parviflora

Creator: Lin,Shih-Chang






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Re: Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

Post  Smithy on Fri Feb 19, 2010 4:48 pm

Thanks for sharing those pics. I really enjoyed looking at them. Great material and end product. I liked the drawings very much. it is something I never do.

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Re: Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

Post  jrodriguez on Fri Feb 19, 2010 5:36 pm

Lao Tze,

It is very good to see the works and the results of this year's juniper and five needle pine class. As the material, the students and the teacher is outstanding and of the highest quality, the results are equally the same.

To the forum members,

One of the students in this series, Mr. Lin Chih-Hsiung of Puli, Nantou County, is one of the most gifted and prolific growers of Taiwanese White Pine (Pinus Morrisonicola). Some of his trees are in the neagari or exposed root style, and express a very natural and high mountain quality. Like the tree he worked on this years session, all of his material has been grow from seed. In last year's Taiwan All Pine Exhibit, his tree garnered one of the top three awards.



Kind regards,
Jose Luis

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Re: Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

Post  pine queen on Fri Feb 19, 2010 6:37 pm

Now this is the only school I would actually look forward to attending class and sitting in the front row! Great stuff!

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Re: Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

Post  sidiao on Sat Feb 20, 2010 1:08 pm

Smithy,
I think the design drawing is very important. It can help we to decide which branchs should be save and the others should be cut.
If we didn't have the clear design, we will easily cut the important branch that We can not to undo.

Jose,
Thank you. I had read many your message in this forum. You share many good knowledge.

pine queen,
I hope you can visit Taiwan. There are many good bonsai and creators.

You can find more works in
http://sidiao.myweb.hinet.net/index_e.htm
or
http://sidiao.byethost12.com/index_e.htm

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Re: Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

Post  Todd Ellis on Sat Feb 20, 2010 1:29 pm

I would like to hear the instructor's explanation on how long the sacrifice branches (on the pines) stay on before removing them. I like the illusion of how they are covered-up with the paper funnels; it really hides them.
You also mentioned that the pines were grown from seed; where do they find these trees? Who grows them? The material is incredible! Best regards, Todd!

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Post  Paul Landis on Sun Feb 21, 2010 6:12 am

Wonderful progressions...thank you for sharing!!

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Re: Nov 2009 Cheng,Cheng-Kung Bonsai school

Post  sidiao on Wed Feb 24, 2010 2:03 am

Todd Ellis wrote:I would like to hear the instructor's explanation on how long the sacrifice branches (on the pines) stay on before removing them. I like the illusion of how they are covered-up with the paper funnels; it really hides them.
You also mentioned that the pines were grown from seed; where do they find these trees? Who grows them? The material is incredible! Best regards, Todd!
Hi, Todd,
The time to cut sacrifice branches is not regular. You should observe the growth the other branches we need until they are strong enough.
The seeds were collected from wild. They go to the high mountain and find the good tree in the suitable season.

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