It looks o.k. I think it needs to grow out more. There isn't much to wire yet. You will have to thin out the branches but it depends on the style you want. The best thing to do would be to join a bonsai club. Every tree will be unique. You have to develop the skill to look at a tree and see what it can be and learn how to prune and direct the growth.
For now you can try to identify your main branches and direct their growth. Bonsai and ikebana are related. You want a branch to represent heaven (the apex) Man ( the middle ) and Earth. The tree should have a generally triangular shape if it is an upright.
branches should brach left, right, back and each branch should be coming off the trunk at a different level. Leaves are pruned in layers. You should be able to see the trunk and branches between the layers.
Get some basic bonsai tools. A fork or rake, tweezers (great for weeding), concave cutters, and a good pair of shears or pruners. And wire. Wire should be selected by branch size so you usually will need a couple of guages of wire later on. Weights also work. Weights are a safe way to bend a branch without breaking and it mimics nature (the effect snow has on pulling down branches in winter). The trick is to us a combination of wire and weights to bend a branch down. Wires need to be removed before they cut into the branches or the scars will remain. I would take out the nubs left behind from the pruning with the concave cutter. You have to decide which side will be the front. Right now, the trunk does not look that interesting.
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