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Wendy Cevola 12/13/17 Pouring and Opening the new Moai mold for the first time.
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Posted: 2012-07-28 06:13 am   Permalink

The things Dan suffers through for his art!

I remember that Flashdance scene Greg... STEAMY!!!!
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-07-28 08:29 am   Permalink

Greg and Mike I agree Dan is a steamy maniac who works very hard to keep me happy.

bavtech in a couple of hours check your email.

Progress Report:

Yesterday while the kiln fired we worked on making two molds of the Sacramento Ohana crawl mug due in October.

I took a short cut using the blank mold to hold the bisque hardened master mug.


Next after deciding where the widest point of the mug was and drawing a line I built up the clay to that line and added mold locks. I extended the end to the top of the mold.


I put the box on and added the clay to all the seams to prevent leaks. Then I used mold soap so that the mold will come off.


After the first piece hardened it was removed. Now I took off the clay and the plastic wrap that protected the back side.


At this point the front had a mold piece on it and we have done the back side. We took it off and prepared to start on the second mold.


Mold number two. We now molded the back for a second time.


We took it apart to see how it was going. Three pieces down one more front piece to make. We are very happy because no matter what we have one good mold. We are soooo tired.


It was all downhill after that. First Dan says it's leaking but didn't put the bucket back to catch it so we had to fix the leak and mix another batch.


Then I remembered that I hadn't used the mold soap before we poured in the plaster. Would there be enough left from the last pour? It was stuck. I trimmed the sides trying to get it out.


That didn't work so I just hit it with the rubber mallet. I should have had Dan catch the mug but I didn't so it crashed on the floor.


The good news is that I only lost a couple of letters that I can carve back in on each mug.


We ended up with two good molds that are now drying in the sun.


It was a good day after all. Thanks for taking the journey with us. Now I need to find my maniac...man and get to work.

Cheers, Wendy

_PS Dan did a good job mopping but I forgot to take a photo________________


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Posted: 2012-07-28 09:07 am   Permalink

Nice pics. Good example of how to use a bisque-hardened master sculpt - a technique I'll try down the road. Sorry about the breakage!

 
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Posted: 2012-07-28 1:28 pm   Permalink

What a great team...isn't it funny when you think back about retiring and here you are probably working longer hours...LOL
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-07-29 08:55 am   Permalink

BeezleBug
it works really well just don't forget the mold soap. Three times I painted it on and wiped it off. That's what saved the mold when I forgot the second time around.

VampiressRN 7 days a week. I'm so ready for a trip to Oasis.

Progress Report:

I opened the kiln and then finished off those that needed hand painting. These are examples of what's available on the next Wish List along with whatever your imagination comes up with. Cheers, Wendy

PNG style



The mug on the right is for the Pele/Volcano swap that MadDogMike is running.
Dan liked it so much he had me make one for him. For his I used the new taller Bob mold.





Next Dan asked if I would make a matching volcano Bob bowl that he could sit the mug in for display.




Using the same clay sculpture I made for Roge's chunk lamps I'm making Moai Bowls.




The Wedding Mugs are finished. I hid the names and date at the bottom front. These are hand painted.




Super Carved Bobs that bavtech will be selling at Tiki Oasis 12. He has an indoor booth. He'll be bringing other tikis I've made. This is terrific because I'm not vending but my art will still be there.




Now I need to finish the Spy/Tiki painting for the Oasis show. My goal is to post the prices with a photo of each item on Tuesday night so the orders may start after midnight August 1st. Thank you all for watching my thread and bringing my art into your homes. I am one happy artist, Wendy
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Posted: 2012-07-29 09:33 am   Permalink

Stunning
Amazing
Awesome

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Posted: 2012-07-29 09:39 am   Permalink

Morning Wendy!

Those Volcano Bob's are awesome! What am I saying.... All of them are awesome.

I really like the Bob's you made for Oasis. I am going to make some cool signature cards for all the stuff.



Look forward to seeing some Wendy magic on this Peanut Mug mold I am bringing over today!


 
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Posted: 2012-07-29 1:27 pm   Permalink

Wow. I just caught up and .... WOW!

the glaze inside the wedding mugs (not that I couldn't go on and on about every mug) is spectacular. could you explain the speckled process, please? was this similar to the yellow orange swirly look inside of one of the volcano bowls from the last wish list?

the colors and textures are such a wonderful compliment to your carvings. You create the total package! (not that I couldn't say the same thing about you and Dan)

Congrats


 
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Posted: 2012-07-29 4:07 pm   Permalink

could someone please wipe my chin? I'm drooling everywhere! HAHA Amazing job on all those. LOVE the Moai bowl and I have to agree with dartharnie, the interior of the wedding mugs is really special.

Bravo!

-Dale
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Posted: 2012-07-29 4:30 pm   Permalink

Just magical!

Whoa

Mahalo for what you guys do.

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-07-30 09:30 am   Permalink

Hello men. You've all made my day special. I love reading the comments. Here are some of my own.

hang10tiki don't stop I could read a list like that all day.

bav tech see you again today for lesson number two. It's fun seeing a professional mold of an old tiki design. See your photos below.

dartharnie this is a glaze by Mayco. They put chunks of chemicals into the liquid glaze that melt in the kiln to creat this beauty. This is one of my favorites. They have lots of these in different colors. The swirly I did on hang10tikis bowl was different I painted red and yellow and let them blend in the kiln.

littlegiles congrats on figuring out MadDogMikes project. I love drooling comments. I'm really happy with how the Moai bowl turned out, thank you.

McTiki today I will work on adding another one of your tikis to my Spy/Tiki painting. Thank you for allowing me to use your styles for my project. I'm so happy you like my art.

Dan and I took yesterday off so I could have time with Nelson-bavtech.

We started his lesson with feeling the difference between clay that was ready for pouring and that which was too thick.


After his lessons he purchased all my left over art to take to Oasis to sell and he picked up his Super Carved orders. He also bought all my carving tools and some tikis that Benzart had started. I'm going to give up wood carving and stick with clay.


I sanded some more dried tikis and bowls. This is a new shape for the bowl with the small Tiki Bob's and check out the bottom lip on the moai.


They finished drying and have been dusted and placed in the kiln. I just need to fill up the kiln and then I'll fire and have more things prepped for the Wish List Orders. Here are the Bumatay Tiki bowls that have no fins like the Bumatay Fish bowls.


I'm working on the price list so that I can post it tomorrow. Then starting at midnight August 1st I'll take orders for the next Wish List.

I'll work hard for everyone but I can't work with deadlines. My goal will always be to finish pieces as fast as I can as long as the quality is the best I can accomplish.

You choose everything from the design to the glaze colors. Example: The Moai rock colors can be light tan to blue or a shiny glaze if you like that better. Just ask and we'll find a way to make what you desire.

I'll post photos as I progress through the work. This is a super fun time for me. I like the challenge of filling your wishes.

Now its time to work! Wendy







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I remember you wrote about the glaze, but couldn't remember and at 110+ pages, i doubt i would find it. It looks so perfect inside the mug and the similar colored highlights on the carvings make it a great compliment. thanks for answering my question.

remember to thank the person who talked you into a light box, again, because your pictures really look as good as the real mugs and force me to drool over every mug.

Have you thought about making the Moai lips bigger like a plate. Think african discs (like we saw in National Geographic as kids) for tea lights or the like. might not work because of clay strength, cracking, etc., but it was the second thing i thought after..."WOW"

As always, you rock!


 
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Posted: 2012-07-31 06:48 am   Permalink

You just wow me everytime! I love looking at what you have in the works. That speckled blue glaze from the wedding mugs could be really interesting in the moai bowl. Give it a sunken, underwater treasure look. I know what you mean about deadlines. I used to sell handcrafted items and I hated taking commissions because people always wanted to set a deadline. It finally got so bad that I wouldn't accept them and just create and sell as I had time. I'm glad you aren't doing that! Your generosity, creativity and passion show in every post.

Keep it up!

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Posted: 2012-07-31 08:34 am   Permalink

Hi dartharnie, thanks for your comments and suggestions. I love being told I rock! The light box was a gift from MadDogMike and I'll forever be grateful for all the help he's given to me over the years.

littlegiles, I love that glaze. I've used it as a water effect with my Bumatay Fish bowls. You are right I think it would work well with the Moai bowls too.

Progress Report:

bavtech/Nelson came by to open his peanut mug mold. After it came out I showed him how to clean off mold lines. He also put Mahalo Tiki on the bottom, that's his business you may have seen it as the header at the top of the screen.


Over the past few months friends have let me know what they wanted to order on the next wish list. So this Super Carved Bob will be purple and it is for Steve Soto.





Now it is time for me to work on the Wish List price guide. I'll post it today as soon as it is finished. Orders may be placed starting at midnight tonight. We have worked hard to be better prepared this time with some things already bisque fired and waiting only for an order and a glaze color. This will be lots of fun, Wendy
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