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Wendy Cevola 11/22/17 Day Seven on the Big Island of Hawaii in the town of Pahoa.
McTiki
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Posted: 2012-04-23 09:47 am   Permalink

Wendy, How would one hypothetically special order a Bob like the Blue one I so Covet....say in Emerald green with similar Moko on it?

All of your works are spectacular!

I just free'd up about 60 linear feet of mug storage/display space. So, one more Bob couldn't hurt, but, it would have a special place.

Mahalo

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Posted: 2012-04-23 10:38 am   Permalink

Hi McTiki, I can't copy any mug but I can do one with the Zombie Torch palm tress on the back and "similar moko". I have on order one with a shack and one with Diamond head. I could do one for you with a small tiki between the palms. But when I carve I don't try to copy a previous mug. These are all 1/1's. So let me know if this works for you.

Thank you for letting me copy your tiki designs in this painting I did last summer. They were perfect for this picture. Cheers, Wendy






 
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Posted: 2012-04-23 11:03 am   Permalink

Mc Tiki someone saw this and requested my little tiki for a mug of their own. I could make each of your tikis different so that the mugs would be 1/1's or do you have another idea? Wendy
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Posted: 2012-04-23 11:05 am   Permalink

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My last chance to see all the Zombie Torch mugs together was yesterday.





I can't believe the day is finally here, yet I have to wait until Caliente to finally get my hands on mine!

Okay, so is anyone else here as tormented as I am about how to display this? Which side out...hhmmmmmmm...maybe I should have gotten two, so I can have either side facing out!


 
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Posted: 2012-04-23 11:08 am   Permalink

Wendy, you are so gifted! every time I come to your page I get a warm glow from seeing this wunnerful stuff! My wife was looking at my computer over my shoulder and now echoes my admiration for the great stuff you do! PS- Cass says 'hi'.

~Zero
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Posted: 2012-04-23 11:13 am   Permalink

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On 2012-04-23 11:05, Loki-Tiki wrote:
Okay, so is anyone else here as tormented as I am about how to display this? Which side out...hhmmmmmmm...maybe I should have gotten two, so I can have either side facing out!



You just need to get one of those little turn-tables that they make for display cases, so that it slowly rotates around and both sides are visible... (You can't just have one of the sides not displayed, they are both just too gorgeous!.)

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Posted: 2012-04-23 1:24 pm   Permalink

Loki, maybe you can put one of those tri-fold mirrors behind it like in a dressing room

Wendy, they turned out perfect!!!!!

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Posted: 2012-04-23 2:43 pm   Permalink

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On 2012-04-23 08:35, danlovestikis wrote:

I've often wondered why I've not been asked to make a clown Bob.




Ummm, isn't he already?


 
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Posted: 2012-04-23 3:41 pm   Permalink

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On 2012-04-23 14:43, swizzle wrote:
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On 2012-04-23 08:35, danlovestikis wrote:

I've often wondered why I've not been asked to make a clown Bob.




Ummm, isn't he already?



LOL

Beautiful Wendy! I like that gold earring last minute touch.. I'm hating myself for not getting on that list!!


 
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Posted: 2012-04-23 5:44 pm   Permalink

Well...

For those of you patiently waiting for shipping and delivery or local pick-up, I can assure you; you are going to be dazzled!

Aside from from Dan, I consider myself the luckiest guy in the Wendy Cevola fan club. I was able to make my way over today and pick-up my newest favorite mug from my two favorite artists. Wendy and Dan have done it yet again with their Zombie Village mug and this one is so detailed and over-the-top spectacular.

I was offered the choice between the two colored finish or the test glaze #1 green glaze. It was a difficult decision and I would have loved to have both, but in the end I chose the artist proof. I really like how the colors and detail pop against the green glaze (but I like how they popped out on the tan too)!

The flame is a very nice extra added touch (I am a huge fan of lidded mugs, hint, hint) rounding out an incredibly detailed mug. Wendy is a perfectionist and the meticulous detail in the painting, sculpting and finish work reflect the hard work and dedication to quality Wendy and Dan have crafted.










So that being said, it has been a great couple of weeks getting my Tiki Bob bowl and now the Zombie Village mug. Can't wait for the Missionary Downfall and Bumatay bowls...

Thanks Dan and Wendy!

I almost forgot...Ami says you have crazy mad skills...loves the mug!

PTD

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Posted: 2012-04-23 9:17 pm   Permalink

Wendy n Dan- sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet

PTD- you got yours today, yep, u win

I was going to hold my breath until Caliente, but I passed out

I can't wait...
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Posted: 2012-04-24 09:13 am   Permalink

Loki Tiki I thought only artists were tormented. Dan's on a mission to find a way to spin his tikis.

Zero Tiki say hi to Cass for us. I hope you will be at Caliente or Oasis so we can say it in person. Are you painting and creating more great tiki art? Thank you for letting me know you have a warm glow from my art!

MikeyTiki today we start the final boxing for shipping. We need to buy peanuts we ran out of bubble wrap. You get mug #1.

MadDogMike the mirror is a great idea. You look great in all your creations along with the Bob's I made for you. What a great smile.


Swizzel Tiki Bob is an innovation, be kind. Thank you for the photo of you and Clydesdale exchanging mugs.


Beachbumz from one artist to another, you made my day.

hang10tiki you can hold your breath longer if you practice. See you soon.

Psycho Tiki D what can I say about such a wonderful tribute to this mug. You started it all when you got me to make the first Zombie Hut/Coral Reef mug for the Sacramento Crawl. August will be our 2 year anniversary of making ceramics. I love doing this art so a huge THANK YOU Duane so very much.

Progress Report:

Today will be a major boxing and go to the post office for shipping charges day. So many of you will hear from us with the last bill for this mug.

We poured for the first time. This will be Psycho Tiki D's Missionary's Downfall bowl if it works. Dan poured in the slip.


It sat for 2 hours.


Dan poured out the slip. This is such messy work.


This thing weighs so much I can't pick it up at all. Dan put it on boards to drain.


At the end of the day we turned it over and I covered with with plastic wrap so it will dry out slowly. I saw a few cracks where the slip was thick. I fixed those and then covered it. Slow drying helps.


Duane picking up a Glaze Test mug. This was the first one out the door.


Last night while watching TV with Dan I carved the rings in 9 Tiki Bobs for the 3 bowls ordered on the Wish List.


Now its time to get to work. Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2012-04-24 9:20 pm   Permalink

I think I saw the ring shavings on eBay

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-04-25 09:19 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I hope those shavings do well, thanks for letting me know.

Progress Report:

Hi Friends yesterday I organized all the boxes of mugs according to their destinations. Sacramento events, Caliente, hold to go with Bob's and ship them NOW. We shipped all those that needed to go. But first I needed to shop!



The story of the original Missionary's Downfall bowl continues.

I wanted to turn the mold over and have the bowl drop out so Dan screwed these on to make space for the bowl to fall.

We turned it over.

The mold weighs around 50 pounds so it squashed the brackets.

Dan put the mold out back with a fan blowing on the back to see if we could make it shrink more.

It is raining the next two days so the mold is back in the garage. The story continues...

While Dan boxed the Zombie Torches and took them to to the post office I worked on cleaning Bob's out of the molds and then on Loki Tiki's Missionary's Downfall alter stand and removable bowl. Tom Brill bought the first one so I have to "alter" number two so they remain 1/1's.

Here are the steps done on Tuesday.

I had a Tiki Bob bowl to clean. I decided to use the part I usually cut off and toss out. I covered it with hand made rocks.


Next I hand built a bowl and made it fit the rock stand.


Using my fingers and thumbs I increased the size of the bowl by pinching and pulling. Then I removed the rock stand before it had time to stick.


I began to build the rest of the alter.


Support beams were set into the floor using slip. Remember air holes explode in the kiln.


They were bent back into position.


The rock top was added and glued into place with slip. I then bowed the beams to make room for the woman.


Loki Tiki asked for a larger viewing area when the bowl is removed.


The rocks are marked but not carved because the clay here is too soft.


For the night I stuffed the alter with a bag full of other bags so that it will not start to wilt.


Then the alter stand and the bowl were wrapped for the night. They will dry some but not too much. More work will be done on this today.


I worked on another Bob request last night but it is a duplicate so no photos. I stopped work at 10 PM. Now it's time to start again.

I love this work, thank you for all the orders. Wendy
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Posted: 2012-04-25 09:35 am   Permalink

Wendy, look how strong you are!!!

I had a one piece mold like your Missionary's Downfall that I had trouble removing the casting. I ended drilling out about a one inch hole in the bottom and making a removeable plaster plug. After the slip was set, I removed the plug and blew into the hole - the air pressure popped the cast right out
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