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Pat K
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Re: Collaboration

Post by Pat K »

Good one Graham....not exactly the same but in principal, yes!!

You get egg'd :hooray:

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Re: Collaboration

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Thanks Pat . Think I will have to share custody with Gavin ! Would love to know your exact method if you are prepared to share it . Cheers Graham
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Coloured eggs 1.JPG
Still playin' 8-)

On occasions I've tried to make free-form Bunjin pots, but invariably they seemed to be clumsy and contrived.
I think (now), that bunjin pots need to be simple and even, severe, so this is my latest offering. 340x60mm

....and yes, it does have a foot-ring
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Re: Collaboration

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In the end it was the maple
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Re: Collaboration

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:worship: :worship: :worship: :worship: :worship:
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:)
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Re: Collaboration

Post by Rustyck »

Pat, will you have a stall at the ausbonsai market in March?

I might not have anything worthy by then but curious nonetheless


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Re: Collaboration

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Rusty, thank you for your query. The short answer is 'no', however I'm sending you a PM....

Cheers, Pat
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Re: Collaboration

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Pat K wrote:
On occasions I've tried to make free-form Bunjin pots....
I think (now), that bunjin pots need to be simple and even, severe, so this is my latest offering. 340x60mm

....and yes, it does have a foot-ring
I reckon this pot is lovely. Simple yet rugged. I don’t have a tree to match but I can see something like this in it.
IMG_5929.jpg
(Please note - to credit the source of the image: I copied this image from the Internet Bonsai Club.


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