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pinus 7 years 8 months ago #79

I am a new beginner hello from Turkey
and this is my first work
That's why for me a very valuable ideas
best regards

Emirhan DAĞISTANLI

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Re: pinus 7 years 8 months ago #81

Hi emirhan, welcome to bonsaiempire!

For the first work, it's great done, but it has some mistakes: the trunk should be thick at the bottom and how higher you go how thinner the trunk. That's one of the rules of bonsai. And there can't be 2 branches right in the opposite of each other.

You learn much from just giving it a try and experience with some trees. You should buy a bonsai book with the rules of it etc. so if you make your second work, it wil be more beautiful!

Thanks for publicing!

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Re: pinus 7 years 8 months ago #82

Thank you very much for the warm welcome and for Youri comments
I guess at least I try to change the direction of what you say to create a wind effect.
As for the book you're right.
No, but I find many books on bonsai in my country somehow.


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Re: pinus 7 years 3 months ago #618

Hi Emirhand,

Greetings from Canada! I am new to Bonsai and I recently joined this forum. How is your little pinus bonsai coming along? Please share some photos of it's progression if you like. Have you started any new bonsai? :)

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Re: pinus 7 years 3 months ago #640

Nice job so far on the windswept. I don't think I've seen wiring like that before, but it's always nice to see a new technique! I agree with Youri, though, two branches on opposite sides of the trunk at the same height are a no-no. Good luck!
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