OP originally asked this question Shaping my new bonsai
I provided an answer and OP asked several follow on questions. I updated my answer to include more information.
However, one of the questions OP requested was "how do I shape my plant cascade style". To me, this is a whole new topic that requires a complete answer. I can't answer this without going into pot choice, wiring technique, understanding of bonsai shaping concepts etc.
Personally I think, "what shapes can I cut this hedge into" and then asking "how do I cut my hedge into a giraffe shape" are two separate requests, you end up having something which would be useful to a broader audience lost amongst a general question and an answer which is so long that it is no longer useful.
I would prefer to change the second question How to make a bonsai into cascade style to be more general so that it is "how do I shape a bonsai in the cascade style?" so that it reaches an even broader audience.
So what does everyone think? Is it reasonable to request an OP to create a new question when they are asking something which warrants its own topic?
Personally, I want to answer individual questions, I don't want to be writing a blog post or a book by answering follow up requests in a single answer. Off topic for this site is "Your questions should be reasonably scoped. If you can imagine an entire book that answers your question, you’re asking too much". I feel it is reasonable for me to ask OP to open a new question.