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Kisetsu-en Shohin & Bonsai Forum Q&A Root over rock

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  • #59832
    Geoff Hobson
    Participant

    Morten I found the video last week very interesting, but I have a couple of questions. First is the supplier of the materials where you find pottery materials?

    I could not translate the Make Make web site so I looked for an English site. Are the other items you used like the colourings the kind used in ceramics? I would be very interested in seeing a slab made how is this done?

    Geoff

    #59857
    albek
    Keymaster

    Hi Geoff

    I will come up with a video soon with the making of a slap. Yes, this is where I buy materials to do the flat pottery pieces for bonsai.

    The oxide colours also can be used for clay.

    I have just written to the company to hear if they can solve the English translation somehow to make it easier to sell abroad. I wait for their answer.

    You also can use the google page translater. I add the site here where you can insert the url of the page and translate it.

    Open  http://itools.com/tool/google-translate-web-page-translator  

    and insert the page url from the company and click translate. If it works? I had some delays and a pending cookie running when testing it, but try and see if you succeed. 🙂

     

    #59858
    Geoff Hobson
    Participant

    Thanks, Morten, I will give it a try.

    Geoff

    #59859
    Geoff Hobson
    Participant

    Morten, I managed to see the products, the kit is a good idea, I may try it later this year when the weather improves,

    Geoff

    #59866
    albek
    Keymaster

    I talked to the Make Make people and they have just released an information folder in English and German language.

    PDF download from Make Make.

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