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page 222! Art of Tiki exhibition Paintings and 8 new ones for a HAWAII ADVENTURE!
little lost tiki
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Posted: 2011-10-24 2:51 pm   Permalink

NEWP!
Didn't see ANY action during my 4 year tour...
i think i was born with this Artistic malady....


 
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little lost tiki
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From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2011-10-29 12:36 pm   Permalink

Aloha,my finely tanned Islanders!
Finally Recovered from Mojave Oasis
AND TWO ART JAMS this week!
One of em was with BigToe and DoRr,the Duke L'Orange!
(Toe and i are tryin to get him to share some MORE of his Tiki-wackiness with y'alls on here,so be patient)

Here's his meager offerings so far...
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=37340&forum=21&start=0&26

His work ethic,offbeat angle,and sheer talented output
will blow your straw hat off!!!

Well....got a LOT on the wooden platter to do these days
secret project with Holden
secret project over Christmas/new Year's Break
a commission from the stepkid
a 4-panel commission i need to get back on
a group show dealing with the Krampus theme

https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=211688935557563

a couple of side projects
updating the website and learning
the inner-machinations
of how to upload and update it...
it's like Witchcraft to me!
AND some vending at the Tiki Wonderland this year!!!
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=41446&forum=17&start=0&25

Anyways...
After finally feeling well-rested enough
this old boy needs what i refer to as a "warm-up"
A warm-up is a couple of things...
1)it's an avoidance of all the pressing projects and time to relax,play,and blow off steam and get back into the saddle
after not being able to cut loose with the brush!
2)it's a warm up,a plunging back into
the whirlpool of art that awaits....
different styles and themes which will be a Toiling Vortex
if one's emotional and physical state
is taxed and they can't be managed...
3) a last hoorah before the serious stuff

So needless to say,this next offering
is what i call a WARM-UP PIECE
and it will actually have some stages and step-by-steps

But first,let's chat!
Quote:

On 2011-10-24 10:07, umeone wrote:
Aloha Little Lost Tiki,
I just want to add my kudos for your magnificent paintings! Love them and the camo netting! Very entertaining and insightful!
Mahalo,
Linda



Mahalo Linda!
I'm so glad that NOT ONLY the paintings make you smile
but that a $79.99 camouflage netting
can elicit just as much Joy and excitement!
Makes me have some hope in us humans!
Please visit often,i will try not to disappoint!


Quote:

On 2011-10-24 13:31, MadDogMike wrote:
Kinny, I think your ChemTrail friend is full-tilt Bozo! Anyone who professes a deep love for paving machines...
But I love the cannibal Shiva, nice woodburning man!



Hey Mike!
Thought you'd get a kick out of that... the Truth is OUT THERE!
OCCUPY TIKI CENTRAL!
That Shiva concept was a'borne when i spent an evening developing and fleshing out some characters for that kid's Book
i'll never finish! I just figured with evolution,that a large-mouthed bipedal creature with a ravenous appetite would need
more arms than most.... You'll have to come by for a woodburn jam sometime!

and of course,i addressed Mr. Tatum in the previous post..


Now it's time to show y'alls some vittles!

"Straw for the Pufferfish"
acrylic and cel-vinyl on wood
with a thick substantial Bamboo Ben frame

First i started with a vertical composition
Seeing all the beautiful overhead lamps at the Mermaid Lounge at Mojave Oasis again sparked my love of colored lights!



but it was kinda wonky
and i couldn't fit in as many "characters as i wanted
without having to throw the table plane upward
which would be a challenge of
forced perspective
nailing the placement and angle just right
WITHOUT jumbling up the lamps
too many things to nail just right...
and after a lil bit of half-hearted struggling,
i figgered another vertical genre scene like this
needed some more consideration at a later date....

I did try to take my dream bowl of Mai-Kai cannibals and added a volcano in this sketch
which turned out not as impactful as the original sketchbook idea..



Has anyone else created a Bowl with the mai Kai cannibals?
I would love to see them!
Then i went thru some of my sketchbook mug studies from last year and chose some characters...



and it all melded into place
like that jello with the carrot pieces in it!



Here's the initial color washes
i merely penciled it in and applied dark turquoise washes to the raw wood before filling in actual colors
Raw wood is tricky-it soaks up the pigment very fast
until you can block that with a thin layer of paint
so it's kinda like a watercolor and ya gotta work fast!


Here's a close-up of three of the fellars..



as you can see
the pufferfish is finally getting his well-deserved straw and drink,making Dopey Gope grin a lil....
the Omni Hut inspired mug on the right
is just crackin me up!
added some ears to Mopey the Moai mug
i dig his stripped down features..


Here's a close-up to show you some of the wood texture as well as some initial shadowing and lighting and very initial texturing on the rocks...



Here's a close-up of the O-Wrong-O Bowl
i shrunk the heads on the birdmen to cut the edge on the cuteness factor,so it wouldn't overwhelm....
Almost like the Orongo Bowl and Mopey aren't too happy
about the fact that puffy's sippins
will lessen the total amount
of tropical drinks to share
amongst the whole....
hmmmm....

Anyways... Here's the cute O-Wrong-O Bowl that i prefer more
if i ever decided to make one....
i think it was nailed perfectly in
"the Cannibal King's Dinner" here...



and here's some of the initial shading
and wood-graining on the table tops...


After a few more late night hours into it
i added some of the raw umber outlines
to establish where the objects are at
and to begin to find invisible arcs and lines
to assemble the pieces
so to speak...



Here's the left side
and a little more of the sun shield and spears on the stone wall



a close-up of the O-Wrong-O bowl gettin tightened up!



the Sun Shield and a bit more bit of blue wash to the rocks
to make the left side darker
and let the light come from the lamps



the Omni Hut chap and Dopey Gope sharing a laugh
while awaiting the completion of the table....





and puffyfish all content and sipping away
patiently dreaming of the day when he will be finished,solid,and well-painted!


That's all i have for now
been nice chattin with y'alls on this Saturday afternoon!
Mahalo and Aloha!

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Tiki Shark Art
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Posted: 2011-10-29 12:47 pm   Permalink

oh that goofy Puffy fish! Always drinking and dreaming!
BEE-u-teefull piece!


 
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davidleslie
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Joined: Mar 22, 2007
Posts: 64
From: Utah
Posted: 2011-10-29 3:22 pm   Permalink

Ken, I love that the Puffer finally got some liquid nourishment! He is usually just hangin'! Great work, mon ami!

 
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MadDogMike
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Posted: 2011-10-29 8:11 pm   Permalink

Kinny, next time I'm up there I'll bring some mud so you can BREAK FREE from 2D!

BREAK FREE from 2D!
BREAK FREE from 2D!
BREAK FREE from 2D!
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tigertail777
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Posted: 2011-10-30 11:38 am   Permalink

Beautiful as always LLT. Puffy finally got a drink! Hilarious.

 
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little lost tiki
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Joined: Jun 12, 2006
Posts: 7750
From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2011-10-30 11:57 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2011-10-29 12:47, Tiki Shark Art wrote:
oh that goofy Puffy fish! Always drinking and dreaming!
BEE-u-teefull piece!


MAhalo Brad!
i hope you're finding each painting easier and more joyous! That Betty Boop?nod to Fleischer piece is STRIKING so far!
i want those Tikis in my home!

Quote:

On 2011-10-29 15:22, davidleslie wrote:
Ken, I love that the Puffer finally got some liquid nourishment! He is usually just hangin'! Great work, mon ami!



Thanks David!the poor guy!
This whole series he's been straining for just a sip.
Figured it was time to reward him for his patience....

Quote:

On 2011-10-29 20:11, MadDogMike wrote:
Kinny, next time I'm up there I'll bring some mud so you can BREAK FREE from 2D!
BREAK FREE from 2D!
BREAK FREE from 2D!
BREAK FREE from 2D!



Hey Mike!
Have you ever seen my clay work....One word....WEETAWDED!
I'm a much better drawerer and paint guy...
of course,I'd love to work with somebody to get these produced....

Quote:

On 2011-10-30 11:38, tigertail777 wrote:
Beautiful as always LLT. Puffy finally got a drink! Hilarious.


Aloha Tigertail! Glad you like it so far...
Finally jammed and got it done and the pufferfish is finally brought into the land of the real and can enjoy his long-awaited drink!

Thanks for visitin,all you leave comments and all you who just like to peek in and leave with a smile!
Here is the third session and the final piece with close-ups....



as you can see,that raw umber darkens and adds depth as well as gives it a nice warmth,especially in washes over the darker turquoise...



Here's the right side of the painting,showing more work on the grains of the table,and the netting above and some fleshing out of the leaves and some flowers dribbled in there...
i alternated between washes of raw umber and turquoise on the mugs,separating them from the table's texture and appearance....



Slowly building up the sun shield and the stone wall and the O-Wrong-O Bowl...



Here's a close-up of the turquoise,grey,and raw umber for the rocks and the washy shield and inviting drink.



Here's a shot showing the flat vs dimensional lighting of the glass float balls,and the backlighting of the stone wall
exaggerated for dramatic intensity,of course....



Here's a shot to see the pufferfish so far... and the buildup and radiating depth of the lighting...



Here's a zoom-in of Dopey Gope and the Omni Hut-ish guy...note the blue in the shadows on parts of him....it looks real good in person
and the eye optically blends in in person
in a most delightful way!



Mopey still needs a little more texturing and that umbrella needs a lil work....



a little more work on the Bowl,but still not enough....

FAST FORWARD to tonight...
It's DONE!

May i introduce...

"Straw for the Pufferfish"
acrylic and cel-vinyl on wood
with a thick-ass Bamboo Ben frame
private collection



just the painting part...



DETAILS! DETAILS!

Here is our little friend,the anti-hero of this series...
the pufferfish!



as you can see,i've finished the flowers and added more richness to the lighting,even including a white glowing center for giggles!



Here's the finished O-Wrong-O Bowl
with an added wood texture and more work on the flowers and drink
and a deepening of the shadows...



Warrior Boy is quite happy at how he turned out...
i just realized...he doesn't even have a straw in him!
What a non-conformist!



Here's Mopey all finished with his umbrella,a little more texture
and some additional lighting on the right...



Dopey Gope turned out better than i had expected...
i really like his expression and the wooden roughness of this mug...



and here's little sun shield
bidding you a warm and sleep-filled evening!
Thanks for visiting!





Website is slowly coming together.. slowly!
in the meantime....I'm on FaceBook Too! look for me!
Categorized and Classified!
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=35616&forum=21&start=0&173

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Posted: 2011-10-31 07:34 am   Permalink

Absolutely love your Art! Not only makes me smile, happy and a warm a fuzzy feeling too! Someday "when my ship comes in" one of your incredible paintings will hang out on my wall. Love them!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2011-10-31 10:39 am   Permalink

Kinny you were my 51,500 post on my crafts thread. Thank you for your words which go straight to my heart. I'm sending you love hugs on the spooky day, Wendy
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The Sperm Whale
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From: Lakewood California
Posted: 2011-10-31 10:53 am   Permalink

I like your new Masterpiece. I really love your use of colors !! Always, candy to my eyes and it tastes so good that I wanna cry !!!

 
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little lost tiki
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From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2011-11-02 07:24 am   Permalink

Aloha!
a quickie posting before work for ya!
Quote:

On 2011-10-31 07:34, umeone wrote:
Absolutely love your Art! Not only makes me smile, happy and a warm a fuzzy feeling too! Someday "when my ship comes in" one of your incredible paintings will hang out on my wall. Love them!



Muchos mahalos umeone!
Glad i could make your heart glow and smile....
Really,that's the main thing with art....making the viewer feel
Eagerly awaiting the day one of my babies hangs on the wall of your hut....
you're too kind!

Quote:

On 2011-10-31 10:39, danlovestikis wrote:
Kinny you were my 51,500 post on my crafts thread. Thank you for your words which go straight to my heart. I'm sending you love hugs on the spooky day, Wendy




Boo Baby! You'll soon hit 100,000 on here...Your work is too rich to not have everyone enjoy it!
Halloween Hugs to you,my dear!

Quote:

On 2011-10-31 10:53, The Sperm Whale wrote:
I like your new Masterpiece. I really love your use of colors !!
Always, candy to my eyes and it tastes so good that I wanna cry !!!



Scott!!!! Mahalo Man! Speaking of colors,enjoy your trip to the islands!
take some lovely pictures of paradise because that's my kinda eye-candy!
mmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!


Well...did some hut studies from a bunch of different sources
in anticipation of a Village painting that will come to life at a future date...
i should have been working on other,more pressing art matters
but when the fever hits,you learn to run with it...
because it may not be there tomorrow...
Here they are...for your viewing pleasure!
Enjoy!















That's it!
Now i gotta put that millstone around my neck for 8 hours
and then back to studioland!
have a great one!


 
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MadDogMike
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Posted: 2011-11-02 08:34 am   Permalink


Top left corner, it that proof that very tall flaming headed alien beings helped construct Polynesia?

Great group of sketches, I'm sure they will pop up in paintings here soon.
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tigertail777
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Posted: 2011-11-02 11:05 am   Permalink

Very cool huts in the rough what references did you use out of curiosity? Always nifty to see your new works in progress.

 
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little lost tiki
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Posted: 2011-11-06 06:34 am   Permalink

Why thankyaverymuch tigertail!
Always fun to share the process with fellow travelers!
Usually when i do research /studies on a VISUAL subject
(as opposed to reading and note-taking style research)
i saunter over to the studio library
and just grab about 10 books that should provide that stimuli
(after poring over and reading most of em,I've come to recognize
mostly what's inside so it makes for fast choosins...
After that i grab sketchbook and pen with my right hand
and flip thru each book very fast,stopping and making a quick sketch
before turning to the next one..
The reason for doing it so fast is to allow instinct and personal likes/tastes
to dominate over the cerebral...
After a few hours of that,i return the books to the library
and move to the next phase....
Here's an invaluable book if you're into architecture,from simple huts to grand temples...
Pepin Press has one of these that covers costumes of all cultures and time periods as well.
they are THICK and worth every cent!


Here's the first shelf of my tropical/Tiki books
the two on the outside were a big help in these studies
as well as the "Art of the Pacific"and "the Voyages of Captain Cook"


For this shelf,i grabbed "the Hawaii Book" "Pacific Encounters" "arts of the Pacific Islands" "Voyage" "Perilous Paradise" and "Voyages to Paradise"


and from this bottom shelf..."Tiki Modern" "the Book of Tiki" "Hawaiiana" "Hula Dancers and Tiki Gods" "Yesterday in Hawaii" and "Leis,Luaus,and Alohas"


i also gleaned thru old sketchbooks and previous paintings and printed them out for reference.....

the trick is to sketch em fast and reflect upon them later....

Well, after one false start (that i may share sometime,but not today)
i finally hit on the right LUSHNESS i wanted... The first study turned out more like an amusement park...too open...i wanted a village that was brimming with life
RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE JUNGLE!!!!

so i quickly looked at the the sketches,grabbed a big ol' sheet of watercolor paper and
a brush pen...
and came up with this...

you have my permission to print this out and make your kids color it!
Keeps em BUSY for Hours! You can Thank me later!

This pic makes me want to do another Coloring Book!

Anyways,was in such a flurry,wanting to get this done,so i could get a few hours of sleep before helping bigToe hang the Krampus show,and a 40th b-day party Saturday evening.
So...no step-by-steps...Flurry-mode doesn't allow for that...
but i did shoot plenty of details and stuff.....

Well, here is the study for the painting,all finished..
tho the final piece could change dramatically...
one never knows...

Anyways,here it is....
"Hidden Village"
ink and cel-vinyl(watered-down) on watercolor paper


Managed to cram Seven huts in there

the color is a bit off....my apologies
in person it is POP!!!!in
the red/pinks and a bit more muted in the browns and greens....

Contemplating putting some real birds in the trees
and maybe....just maybe...some globe lamps hanging from the treetops.
if not this piece,maybe the next one.....

Kept the details and textural qualities simple on this one...
it is a study y'know....
the colors a little bit closer to the original on some of these close-ups....

Decided to throw a few skulls around to create an air of mystery...

Here's a closer view of the Tiki carved from the tree
and the hut built INTO the tree next to it...


Decide to have some carved Birds on the main beam of the huts in this one...


Threw this hut down here with an overhead view to denote a dip in the terrain...
the fun part of these pieces is that they don't have to correctly conform
to the laws of distance and plane and proportion too much
just enough to make sense to the viewer
so they can climb around and explore the world within...


Here's my favorite view of two of them perching carved birds..


a closer view of the background structure with torches on the right..
i may move that tree over just a tad to capitalize on the torch light
as this may become a night scene....


Here's a view of the treetops
and the background perching bird


May try to get a start on this piece early this Sunday morn.....
COFFEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!

Have a Great Day!
Aloha Ohana!



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MadDogMike
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From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2011-11-06 07:14 am   Permalink

Straw for the pufferfish
Umber for the sun
Paddler in the sky who made the rain come
Cannibals steal your head away
'Cuz while the drinkers drink, Ruzic paints
Oh Lord, how he paints and paints
For that happy day, for that happy day

(Sorry Ken, I had an 70s flashback Now we'll get pablus to record it and add it as a bonus track to the Crazed Mugs "Find Forbidden Island" CD)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghoS6iJTrYc
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