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Juniper workshop (18 Feb 2017)

We have just completed a juniper workshop...... some of the junis were junis that was originally style by Mark Noelander and Robert Steven

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Process of making rock for rock planting by Masahiko Kimura

8 months 3 weeks ago - 8 months 3 weeks ago #57053 by JC
Hi There

Just discovered this on his Facebook page, it goes for a while but worth the wait ??



No idea of what the material is, looks like some sort of aerated cement like Hebel but coloured.

There are a lot more of his videos here.
www.youtube.com/channel/UCbF-l9bb2veRvn3wEZfs3QA/videos

JC
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8 months 3 weeks ago - 8 months 3 weeks ago #57056 by Dwayne Johnson

JC wrote: Hi There

Just discovered this on his Facebook page, it goes for a while but worth the wait ??



No idea of what the material is, looks like some sort of aerated cement like Hebel but coloured.

There are a lot more of his videos here.
www.youtube.com/channel/UCbF-l9bb2veRvn3wEZfs3QA/videos

JC


Is it some sort of foam he is cutting it out of?
Thought it was rock... but no.
Then thought wood but if it was is a very airy light wood....
But yeah hebel would make sense

DJ


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8 months 3 weeks ago #57058 by JC
Hi Dwayne

I noticed that he is just using a saw blade in the reciprocating saw, that is what led me to think that it is like CSR Hebel Artists carving Block.(Aeated Cement)

Its just the colour that has me stumped and also the outside texture and shape as though it was made in a wheelbarrow or cast in a mould, you dont see a flat or smooth area from the start, but it is my guess that he made it.

There is a reply from someone saying cement, but I think that is a guess.

JC

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8 months 3 weeks ago #57059 by Dwayne Johnson
fine sand and cement mix that he pumps compressed air into,through like a flow table to aerate the mix.
something like that could end up like a hebel. and he has put oxide into the mix to give it that colour.

I have heard of that but never seen someone do it or what it would turn out like

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