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uzeyr
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jin and shari on buddhist pine

i bought this little guy last week wed he was on offer £10 not bad i thought
when i got home i decided to get a little daring with the tree and saw that there was a weak branch turned it into a jin then realised a shari would add to the design so here are the pics i know the deadwood cant be seen that well but the tree looks amazing now and im really happy with its shape although its a young tree it looks like a strugling young tree :D

i was going for a literati look but i thought removing the lower branch will be too much for the tree so i left it with this informal upright style
what do u guys think was it better off before or now ?

the tree before notice that scar at the top of the tree that i really did not like

the tree as i bought it....

[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/bbudda%20pien%20with%20jin/jin%20tree/illustrayr1.jpg[/img]

a full view of the so called back now the front of the tree
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/bbudda%20pien%20with%20jin/jin%20tree/CIMG6231.jpg[/img]

the tree with the jin and the shari
[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/bbudda%20pien%20with%20jin/jin%20tree/CIMG6238.jpg[/img]

[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/bbudda%20pien%20with%20jin/jin%20tree/CIMG6258.jpg[/img]

i decided to get rid of the jin beacause it was obstructing the shari so here it is the tree in its final image

[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/bbudda%20pien%20with%20jin/jin%20tree/CIMG6277.jpg[/img]

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majed
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very good style..just cool..as bonsai is really an art its difficult to shape a tree,as i cant decide what style i should choose...bcoz i am novice to this art..i am enjoying it since i was in high school but still i am novice to this art.i really need a bonsai master who can teach me these styles...

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uzeyr
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u shoukd see the tree now im amazed at it like u said its art and like all good art it gets better everyday :D
will try to post some pics of it though its still under training

majed i would advice u to go and buy a tree to start with an elm or ficus are asy to keep

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majed
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thanks uzeyr for your advice.i have five ficus trees under training and four juniper.i will post pictures soon.as i am novice i hope all members will help me to train and create a good bonsai. :D

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uzeyr
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updated pics i had the camera :D
it looks no different to me what do u guys think ?
actually there is one branch im working on its the top ones the wired ones

[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG6244.jpg[/img]

[img]https://i381.photobucket.com/albums/oo259/uzeyr_bonsai/CIMG6248.jpg[/img]

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