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Tiki Central Forums Creating Tiki Other Crafts Wendy Cevola 9/24/17 Glazing a huge Tiki Bob Bowl.
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Wendy Cevola 9/24/17 Glazing a huge Tiki Bob Bowl.
Philot
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From: The armpit of Florida
Posted: 2012-06-18 7:39 pm   Permalink

The Diamondhead Bob was waiting on my front porch when I got home from work today. Give my thanks to Dan for the exemplary packing job, that puppy was safe and sound!

My better half is out of the town at the moment, and the cats were uninterested in helping me get a picture of myself and my new treasure. So I hope these will suffice.


This one is a really good example of what I really love about the carved Bobs -- the way the glaze gets into the grooves and really makes the texture POP!



Bob didn't waste any time finding a party.

ooooh, need to top off that volcano lamp...


I'm really impressed with the sculpt you did on Diamondhead on the back. A fantastic mug all around, thank you!

nb - both pics from my crappy old iPhone -- goes to show how sensitive those are to having enough light.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-19 09:23 am   Permalink

Hi Friends, it is always good to get home and back into the routine that we enjoy so much.

Thank you:
Philot for posting photos. I'd love one more with you and the back of the mug showing.
Tavarua Tiki see you in August.
Swizzle - I wish I could photo-shop a set. Some had shipped before I thought of the line up.
MadDogMike off playing I know we'll miss him for awhile.
hang10tiki always my rock
Kele sorry for your loss, family is important, I'm happy you all get together too.


Yesterday I opened the molds. My goal is to pour enough green-ware to cover a Wish List of projects. So as soon as I have finished my two paintings I should have enough Bob's etc already to customize and I'll open up for orders.

Pre clean up.


After clean up and ready to plastic wrap to store.


Pouring the next set.


I do more thinking than painting. Here I printed photos of McTiki's tiki in different sizes to see how they look on my painting.


I selected the smallest.


See Philot I take blurry photos too! Here I have outlined the tiki with black ink.


Now I fill in the outline with a mix of black and dark brown paint.


All that thinking wore me out so now it was time for dinner and TV.

Today I'll open those molds again. Now that the hot weather is here we carry all the molds outside and put them in the sun. That way I'm able to pour them more often.

Thanks for stopping by, Wendy





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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2012-06-19 3:02 pm   Permalink

W
Lookin good
Great choice on McTikis Tiki
It's going to fit right into your painting
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Worst sound ever, slurp of an empty tiki mug through my straw!!!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-20 08:13 am   Permalink

Good morning friends.
Thank you hang10tiki like you McTiki is a friend. That makes it fun to add in his art to mine.

Yesterday morning another successful run of mugs cleaned up and stored.

The heavy molds were carried out to dry in the California sun around 10:30 am.


At 4:30 pm they were dry and brought back in and prepped for pouring. Everywhere I know there is a leak I fill it with sticky clay.

We filled four molds. On the shelf above are the Bob's being stored for the next Wish List.

Later when we went to pour out the excess slip I found that one of the molds had leaked out half of the slip. So I thought I would plug the opening and flip over the mold to let it sit so that the top half could catch up.

I flipped it over.

Horrors I had not plugged the top well enough and rest of the slip poured out. Oh well it could have worked.

Making ceramics is messy, very messy. The best part is that during the summer the water clean up is not freezing cold. Time for Brawny.


Now for the Spy/Tiki Oasis painting. The first thing I realized was the the light source needed to be reversed. So I can't copy his tiki I have to re-think all the light coming from the left. I've not fixed it well enough so what you see is just the start. Lighter paint on the left and darker on the right. Nothing here is finished.

The hands probably show the reverse lighting the best.

Next I added the chest, lips and nose.


Psycho Tiki D is coming here today to pick up some ceramic orders from the Wish List so I better get ready. There are Bob's waiting to be cleaned up too. We have a daily schedule to make this work.

Thanks for the visit, Wendy

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bavtech
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From: Herald, CA
Posted: 2012-06-20 10:59 pm   Permalink

Wendy... Check out this new item I got off ebay. A brown WAR GOD MUG! Definately Time to get a new shelf for your stuff.





 
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McTiki
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From: Sunny Florida
Posted: 2012-06-21 04:45 am   Permalink

Wow! Thank you Wendy & Dan!

Among the Bobs that I have, yours is by far the best of em.





I'll shoot you another pic when I recover the subject Tiki from a local surf shop.

Awesomeness!

Mahalo

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-21 07:21 am   Permalink

bavtech and McTiki your photos just made my day. Thank you both and everyone else who fill my Wish List for photos. It's hard to say goodbye to the art I've made and these photos and comments make it so much easier.

Yesterday Psycho Tiki D came to pick up his orders. I never was able to make the Missionary's Downfall Bowl he wanted but he took the woman who caused all the problems. He got a Bumatay Bowl and a Zombie Torch mug that I'd made for Dan. Dan changed his mind on the color he wanted so sold!


I ran out of prepped slip for casting Bob's. The slip comes too thick to use.


Each jar is poured into a big bowl.


I mix it with water until it is just right and then we split it into 2 jars. With the jars only half full it is easy to shake them up before pouring through he strainer to use. Notice the drip Dan caught in the photo as it came off my thumb.


This many jars will last a week and then it is back to mucking it up.


When the Bob's come out of the molds I keep them in a big plastic bag until I clean them up.


Remember the leaky mold. Well when the Bob came out it was just thinner one inch at the top so I added clay.


Next I smoothed it out. Mug saved!


I finished roughing out the parts of the tiki. These are "place holders". Now I'll work on making it look like McTikis' tiki.


Now its back to work, Wendy
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little lost tiki
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From: Orange,CA-right near the Circle!
Posted: 2012-06-21 08:23 am   Permalink

workworkworkworkwork!
You are the busiest bee around Wendy!

the spy painting is gonna ROCK when it's done!
i like the tiki you're working on there now!
and sooooo many Bobs!
Crazy good my dear!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-22 08:13 am   Permalink

Kenny I've been told that you work non-stop on your art so thank you for thinking I do too. You are such a dear heart and good friend. I'm a very slow painter. I have to think more than paint. Hugs in August.

Roge has been hard at work making lamps and statues. He and Miguel came up with a round style lamp and we bought one. Dan just got it hung.


We also brought home a new Bumatay Sea-life lamp for the Buzzy Bedroom.


My favorite is the little puffer at the bottom. I told him making it into a necklace would be fun. He may make some nightlights. I'll let you know if this happens.


From lights to paintings I take some pretty poor photos.
This one shows the tiki blocked in.

I almost finished the tiki. I checked the light source and

darkened the side of the eye on the right. Later I'll add cracks and a bit of wood grain.

Now I'll stop on this painting for a while and get started on the Hapi Tiki painting for the Elroy Art show which is in conjunction with Kon Tiki. Photos soon.

Time to pour more Bob's.

I'm getting a good number on the shelf.

Dan put on Hawaiian War Chant music while we worked and he went nuts. He was slinging slip and over pouring. I had to whack him with the rubber mallet to get him to slow down. Cleaning up the slip mess is my job. Next time we pour it will be soothing hula music.


Kenny work work work means fun fun fun. Cheers, Wendy






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Atomic Tiki Punk
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Posted: 2012-06-22 11:35 am   Permalink

Wendy, Making Mugs! and Painting, And more Mugs!
always fun to check in on your thread.


 
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Babalu
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Posted: 2012-06-22 3:32 pm   Permalink

Yay!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-06-23 08:58 am   Permalink

Atomic Tiki Punk and Babalu thank you for checking up on my progress. It won't be long before I see you both at Oasis.

Dan and I have been so fortunate to have made so many friends through tiki that it changed our lives. For most of our marriage we went to work and came home. We didn't go to parties or socialize. Tiki opened up the world for us and we have met the best people ever here and in our local tiki community. Thank you all for becoming friends that we treasure.


Tiki Oasis 12 has a Spy theme this year so I decided to hold back one of my projects as a secret. Now that I'm working on paintings, that's slow work for me, I'm ready to share my secret with all of you to keep these pages from becoming boring.

To start I will share the history that goes with these projects.Then over the next few days you'll see some ceramics I've made for Dan and what I will make available by way of the next Wish List.

If you are familiar with my Gallery page and page one of this thread you will be familiar with the photos I'm going to share here. I feel the need to put them all together into a story. One that to this day gives me joy.

Dan became a tiki collector after reading an issue of Otto's Tiki News. As he built his collection he would ask me to repair chips. Later that progressed to "I love this mug but they never made a bowl to match. Can you make one"?

That started the ShouldHaveBeen series of bowls I made in Sculpey Clay. A great way to learn tiki sculpting.

One of the first bowls I made for Dan was using the Frankoma Tiki mug design.

No molds just hand built so you can see the difference between one tiki and the next.

Traveling Jones who had lived in Oklahoma gave me the address for Jonice Frank of Frankoma Pottery. She was the original designer/sculptor for her father's company. She was the artist who did the Frankoma tiki line that we all love. The War God belonged to her. This is one of her original mugs.


For fun I sent a photo of the bowl I'd made for Dan to Jonice. To my great delight she called me. A friendship developed that lasts to this day. As a gift she gave me the copy write to the Frankoma Tiki line.

Since I was not a ceramisist I hooked up with Gecko to create the War God. I sculpted it and Gecko made molds and produced the mugs and banks.

I was so thrilled to have this in production that we bought a whole bunch of them and kept Gecko busy.

Next up came as a suggestion from Traveling Jones. He said why not make a Geckoma mug. One half the War God and one half Gecko'z trademarks. So I sculpted that and Gecko worked hard to make them into ceramics.


Now I've got to get to work so the next part of this story will come tomorrow. Thank you for stopping by during your weekend. Cheers, Wendy

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WestADad
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Posted: 2012-06-23 3:19 pm   Permalink

I LOVE history lessons! Especially ones involving tiki.

Thank you so much and here's a photo for you. My Bumatay is so cool!






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VampiressRN
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Posted: 2012-06-23 4:41 pm   Permalink

Always check your thread out Wendy...and it typically has amazing things. Love the history info.

 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2012-06-23 8:30 pm   Permalink

Wendy 101
Great class


 
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