Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Japanese maple #3







4 comments:

Daniel Torres said...

The text you just post is so true and neccessary, that it should be hanging on the Wall of every bonsái aprentice, as if it was a painted masterpiece.
Also is very nice to read it when someone is speaking about a work of his own.

Kind regards

Anonymous said...

Hello Walter,

What are the key properties that we should be looking for in material.I assume you have written about this before, it might be easy to direct us to previous posts or pictures.
Cheers,
Symon

Walter Pall said...

This cannot be answered in a post. I have a fujll weekend seminar devoted to this question which is hardly ever tought otherwise. It's called International Bonsai Academy.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for replying Walter, unfortunately I'm in Australia. However,the videos that you did as part of International Bonsai Academy a few years back are very instructive, there is also a theme in the starting material that you post here. I spent the weekend 'bush-bashing' to find better material - with some success. I think you saved me 25 years!

Cheers,
Symon