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Ling-bi stone

Post  Milan Kulhavy on Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:45 pm

This stone is a Ling-bi imported from China. (Pic.1) I think that is a stone object. (Keysho-seki). The stone I picked up from daiza, inspected, and found a more interesting way of presenting like a landscape stone-(san-sui-kei-seki). (Pic.2, 3). I think it is so presented stone better.What do you think about? Thank you for your ideas and suggestions.






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Post  mathias on Wed Feb 09, 2011 12:54 pm

hello,

beautiful stones.
I don't like the daiza of the first stone : it is too big, the feet are very hight and large. The daiza is bigger than the stone ! You could use this daiza to make another one, more simple, more fine, more elegant....

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Post  Guest on Wed Feb 09, 2011 4:09 pm

Hi Milan

I think Mathias is right. The viuv as a mountainstone does not really make it for me.

ind regards Yvonne

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Post  Milan Kulhavy on Wed Feb 09, 2011 7:12 pm

Hi Yvonne and Mathias,
I know that daiza the first picture is robust, even I do not like.
I want to make daiza for this stone in position as the image pic.3.
Once done, take photograph it and put pictures here.

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Post  Guest on Wed Feb 09, 2011 7:57 pm

OK Smile

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Post  curiouscomputer on Thu Feb 10, 2011 2:56 pm

Milan Kulhavy wrote:Hi Yvonne and Mathias,
I know that daiza the first picture is robust, even I do not like.
I want to make daiza for this stone in position as the image pic.3.
Once done, take photograph it and put pictures here.

Hello,
The view of this stone from picture 3 has a big protrusion which points directly at the viewer. I thought there were some aesthetic "rules" much like bonsai where you don't want branches pointed at the viewer. Does this rule apply here as well? Anyone else have thoughts on this?

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Post  Milan Kulhavy on Thu Feb 10, 2011 3:21 pm

hello friend, I understand your question but I do not know the answer to it.
In true Japanese Suiseki maybe it matters, I do not know.
But it is a Chinese stone in this case it would probably not have to bother.
Maybe the answer to this question by Chris ...

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Post  Guest on Thu Feb 10, 2011 4:19 pm

Hi Curiouscomputer

I have learned...I you want to find the front on a mountain- or landskabestone, you must look on how it bows, It is pretty much like looking at a banana lying on a table...the two ends must face you, and the bow must be on the backside.
My inglish is not so good...I find it hard to find the right serious words.
Milans stone, is not a stone, I would use for a mountain- or landskabe stone.
But it look dramatick the other way....I am just not sure I find anything other in it, maybe a animal?.

Kind regards Yvonne

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Post  curiouscomputer on Fri Feb 11, 2011 2:51 pm

Yvonne Graubaek wrote:Hi Curiouscomputer

I have learned...I you want to find the front on a mountain- or landskabestone, you must look on how it bows, It is pretty much like looking at a banana lying on a table...the two ends must face you, and the bow must be on the backside.
My inglish is not so good...I find it hard to find the right serious words.
Milans stone, is not a stone, I would use for a mountain- or landskabe stone.
But it look dramatick the other way....I am just not sure I find anything other in it, maybe a animal?.

Kind regards Yvonne

Hello,
Yvonne, your english is easy for me to understand, and I do know what you are trying to say. Thank you.

From Milan's orignal picture, I see a falcon sitting on a rock.

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