PIT-EKA Suiseki and Daiza #1

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Had some time today to cut out this daiza, and fit it to the stone. Still have a long ways to go to get it looking how I envision it to be. This is also my first suiseki and daiza, so I'm curious how it will look when it's finished.

@Hartinez thanks again for getting me off to the right start!



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Had some time today to cut out this daiza, and fit it to the stone. Still have a long ways to go to get it looking how I envision it to be. This is also my first suiseki and daiza, so I'm curious how it will look when it's finished.

@Hartinez thanks again for getting me off to the right start!



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Very nice. You're going to be a one-stop bonsai shop soon. Pots, plants, etc.
 

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Great job fitting the equator!! That's the hardest part.
 

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This looks great. Any progress update? I've always wanted to work on something like this. I guess its off to the wood working store to get a nice hardwood base starter. and... some carving tools.
Thanks! Unfortunately I'm in the middle of a project mixing 80lb bags of cement by hand to finish a path on the side of my house. When I finish that I'm going to try to squeeze some time in to finish it.

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Love those stones, they almost look like flower
Thanks! Unfortunately I'm in the middle of a project mixing 80lb bags of cement by hand to finish a path on the side of my house. When I finish that I'm going to try to squeeze some time in to finish it.

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Love those stones, they almost look like flower petals.
 

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