"Something New on the Top"

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"Something New on the Top"

Post  Ferdie * on Tue Oct 04, 2011 1:12 am

Dear IBC,

Goodday, Everyone, previously i introduced "my pocket garden at the top", now, after undergoing intensive care, rearrangement and wiring, allow me to present another of my collections at the TOP, of course, your suggestions and reactions are highly well appreciated..


(a) FICUS on the rock with Dwarf Murraya at the side [balete]






(b) Murraya Paniculata [kamuning forest]

....by the way, to Jun, thanks for all the advice with this murraya, its quite lively now..






(c) Antidesma Pentandrum [bignay pugo]






(d) Streblus Asper [kalyos tree]





(e) Pemphis Acidula [bantigue]







Take Care Everyone,
Ferdz Razz Bagpiper


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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  bingregory on Tue Oct 04, 2011 6:38 am

Wow, the deadwood on that bantigue is amazing! Is that all hand-carved?

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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  Ferdie * on Tue Oct 04, 2011 9:50 am

bingregory wrote:Wow, the deadwood on that bantigue is amazing! Is that all hand-carved?
Thanks Binggregory, almost all of it, except in the dead branches at the right side which i used a power tool for that..

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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  AK_Panama on Tue Oct 04, 2011 7:11 pm

What´s with the little birds?

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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  Ferdie * on Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:10 am

AK_Panama wrote:What´s with the little birds?
They are just resting and playing around the bush.. Smile Dance

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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  Guest on Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:46 am

Hi Ferdz.

The "Kalyos"- Streblus a. and "Bantigue" Phempis a., got a good future as of now. Don't rush it, just keep on studying more trees and group planting. The deadwood though on the Phempis acidula looks too artificial, you can deal with it in the future if you want to design your own tree. or ask somebody to do a minor workshop for it to look more natural if you wanted it done sooner. But don't practice on it, it is a good tree. Just probably the planting angle needs to be adjusted and foliage pads too to give it some character to jibbed with the trunk character.

regards,
jun Smile



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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  Ferdie * on Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:52 am

jun wrote:Hi Ferdz.

The "Kalyos"- Streblus a. and "Bantigue" Phempis a., got a good future as of now. Don't rush it, just keep on studying more trees and group planting. The deadwood though on the Phempis acidula looks too artificial, you can deal with it in the future if you want to design your own tree. or ask somebody to do a minor workshop for it to look more natural if you wanted it done sooner. But don't practice on it, it is a good tree. Just probably the planting angle needs to be adjusted and foliage pads too to give it some character to jibbed with the trunk character.

regards,
jun Smile


Thank You Bro, Actually, i been starting some workshop in all of this stuffs, specially in this Phempis, i made some carving manually and with the use of a power tool, as an initial configuration, as for me. "there is no other experience than to do it yourself", that is why i been using all of my trees in practicing, i.e. carving, wiring, designing..hehe Laughing , i do made some research too, just like what you've said with those author's that you mentioned, i really appreciate all your suggestions, thank you..


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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  Guest on Wed Oct 05, 2011 2:23 am

You are welcome.
That is very nice to hear. "Doing bonsai" is way lot better than "collecting Bonsai". Just keep visiting their sites and look closely branch by branch twigs by twigs you'll learn a lot. Then some trees you perceived to be good won't be that good anymore, They will appear to be trees with different trunks with the same canopies ...But you won't win in a contest if you follow their style. Save the winning in the future (if you wish), hehehe.

regards,
jun Smile

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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  zooloo10 on Wed Oct 05, 2011 3:13 am

my jaw is literally on the floor next too me, the first two look stunning, absolutely Shocked amazing trees

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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  Ferdie * on Thu Oct 06, 2011 12:38 am

zooloo10 wrote:my jaw is literally on the floor next too me, the first two look stunning, absolutely Shocked amazing trees
Thanks Bro..Good day.. Very Happy

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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  marcus watts on Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:47 pm

the trees are very nice - the plastic toys dont do such nice trees any favours though - in the first the scale is ruined with a little plastic bird many times bigger than the gorilla !! unless they were a joke for the pictures maybe? Good for you though using these trees to learn and practice on, it is the best way to appreciate them and be proud

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Re: "Something New on the Top"

Post  Bonzy on Tue Oct 11, 2011 1:05 am

Very nice and good trees you have there, the carving and designing you made in your phempis, the protruding root of your ficus, thats really amazing, your bignay, i suggest that you do some spa on it, in order to produce a finer leaves, your forest i like it too, nice arrangement you have there and last but not the least your amazing cascade, i like it very much and it seem that you really enjoying the way you use and form part the plastic animals and birds too, you actually playing on your bonsai tree..thats nice

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