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February 11, 2009


tom tynan

Brent:Your comments about the latest trend in styling are interesting - but even though the crown is somewhat transparent [instead of a heavy dome or triangular silhoutte] it still seems rather dense. I am not saying that "places for the birds to fly through" are needed - but some negative space between branches seems to be needed. It looks overgrown to be blunt - as if the artist was reluctant to subtract or remove from the vision. Each branchlet also appears to have only one maybe two terminal buds with just a wisp of foliage - this creates a band of foliage at the perimeter - but nothing moving towards the trunk. I also think the lower left jin - looks a bit unresolved - still I would love to have the tree myself! Keep posting these great trees - how about a flowering tree next - such as a plum or cherry ? Tom

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