Mar

9

SOME STYLING WORK ON “X.L”.

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Above pictures: The secondary branch structure is getting better on all the branches, but the straight line of the first branch on the right is bothering me. This is the only older branch on this tree and it needs a bit off help to get some gentle movement. This way it looks less boring and will fit the rest of the branch structure of this tree. Straight lines must be avoided at all times in a successful design, the stick out like a sore thumb! So I wrapped it in water soaked raffia and bent some movement in it.

I know! I'm a tree hugger!

I know! I’m a tree hugger!

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Above pictures: It was hard to place my hands on this branch to bend it, but you can see I managed to great a gentle curve in that straight and thick branch in the end! Now it fits the rest of my branch structure. In Bonsai you have to pay attention to every little detail, even if you think no one will knottiest what you are doing. A lot of small mistakes will make a big one!

Even though I had to sit down after a wile, I still had great fun working on bringing more detail to the foliage pads! I think that this tree is a good representative of what I like to create in my Bonsai.
Even though I had to sit down after a while, I still had great fun working on bringing more detail to the foliage pads! I think that this tree is a good representative of what I like to create in my Bonsai.
I made this picture with a backdrop to make the branches stand more out. I am really happy how the image of "X.L" is progressing. I cant wait to see how he will look in a few weeks, when the brightly, and still very small, green needles start appearing. Than the scale off this old Larch is at it best! Maybe next year, if possible, I will plant him in a nice pot? I hope you like the progress so far?

I made this picture with a backdrop to make the branches stand more out. I am really happy how the image of “X.L” is progressing. I can’t wait to see how he will look in a few weeks, when the brightly, and still very small, green needles start appearing. Then the scale of this old Larch is at it best! Maybe next year, if possible, I will plant him in a nice pot? I hope you like the progress so far?

 

 

 Cheers,

Hans van Meer.

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One Response to SOME STYLING WORK ON “X.L”.

  1. brian mills says:

    Hi Hans really good work as usual hope everything goes well with the back op Brian

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