Mastering Bonsai Techniques by Jason Chan: Styling Bonsai Timelapse: http://www.easternleaf.com.
In this video, I do a quick styling timelapse on a bonsai tree. I go over basic design elements, techniques for how to create a pad layer, and creating depth to your tree.
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Too boring? Lol ... Are you fishing for compliments? 😂 You are a master, my friend and your videos are not only educational, but also extremely entertaining. 🙏🏼😌
This tree is just another masterpiece. The video shows so well how you structure a tree. Fantastical done. 👍🏼😉
Thanks Gregory. Right now, I do demonstrations/workshops in California. But maybe at some point, that sounds like a great idea. I would definitely like to connect with other parts of the U.S. Thanks for watching!
I sure would like to see a video on how you created the awesome nebara on the juniper. I have been enjoying your videos and learning a lot. I have been collecting bonsai and now I want to learn how to turn a small tree into Bonsai.
I love your lessons on Bonsai design elements.. One suggestion that would dramatically help visualize the design would be to install a white panel or sheet covering your cabinets of pots. Your designs are so aesthetic and graceful that a white background would intensify the design affect. Thanks for sharing your skill and talent.
Hey Jason very informative video.
it would be nice if you could diagrammatically explain the styling of the tree in to various shapes. we would understand more which branch to cut and which to keep...
thanks a ton for these.😃
Hey Jason, need some advice. I just got back in to bonsai, well, kinda starting all over again after years of not having a tree. I just picked up 3 (pretty much seedling) Trident Maples, 2 very small Black Pines, and a Scots Pine. If I took some pics of the Scots Pine and send them to you in email, could you let me know if it is time to start wiring, and possibly some branch selection advice? Thanks and trying to watch as many of your videos as I can lol.
Thanks for that very informative video. At one point you said to start wiring from the OUTSIDE OF THE TREE. I take that to mean to wire the smallest branches at the outside of the pad before wiring the larger supporting branches inside. But, is it true you still wire those smallest branches from inside to outside? From bark toward the needles??
Hi Bruce, Yes, if the primary branches are set, you can start to wire from the outside branches first on the pad and work toward the inside branches. However, if the larger primary branches need to be wired, you'll need to wire that first and then proceed to the secondaries. In this video, the inside branches are set or lowered with guy wire. In my wiring a bonsai branch video, it goes over how to wire the primary branch first. Hope this helps! -Jason
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