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Wendy Cevola 11/19/17 Day Five on the Big Island of Hawaii I kept forgetting to change this title
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2014-05-21 08:11 am   Permalink

MadDogMike Mahalo Tiki loaned me his professional pin striping paint. I'm going to run it over hot water to see if it comes off.

TikiHula tiki events are so wonderful. I call them hug fests. Come for a visit.

hang10tiki there should be a Las Vegas event. They have hotels big enough to hold all of us in the whole country.

ZeroTiki HORROR IN CLAY is the invention of Tiki Atari. He's opened up the sale of the Tiki Farm version for $40. It's taking me so many hours to make one mug that this is the best bargain for a mug that's ever been out there.

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Tiki Atari's kickstarter HORROR IN CLAY mug in progress.

Now that the insides and bottoms have been glazed I've started the outside.


I did the top edge last.


Three thick layers.


This glaze is Teal Blue so it has a green tinge when fired. It is the same glaze that Tiki Farm has used.


With a flash they look even more blue.


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Here are some catch up photos of our lives.

Just before Tiki Hula left for Caliente we went to dinner and he traded in whipped cream for ribs!


I saw a motorcycle with a cool kickstand. I took a photo


and that triggered more people to do the same.


We did walk to the Chili Festival in Old Town. Nope we didn't sample any chili it was not ready.


Since we ran out of kickstarter glaze we drove back to the store. This is the store of my dreams.





Also the man of my dreams!


Cheers, Wendy




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TikiHula
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Joined: Apr 09, 2002
Posts: 754
From: SacTown
Posted: 2014-05-21 10:00 am   Permalink

Those ribs were amazing! Can't wait to go back and get more - wish I had some for lunch today
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MadDogMike
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From: The Anvil of the Sun
Posted: 2014-05-21 12:51 pm   Permalink

Nice that they have an ambulance ready at the Chili Fest!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posts: 7012
Posted: 2014-05-22 8:58 pm   Permalink

TikiHula Tomorrow Tomorrow there's always Tomorrow...but it's not always a rib day!

MadDogMike the ambulance distracted you. I expected a Dan's socks message.


I'm so tired that I'll have to post in the morning. Sleep well friends, Wendy
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hang10tiki
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From: Las Vegas
Posted: 2014-05-22 9:37 pm   Permalink

I'll bet he has another pair at home just like that

 
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danlovestikis
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Posts: 7012
Posted: 2014-05-23 09:03 am   Permalink

hang10tiki you are so right. This way he only yodels half the time.

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Tiki Atari's kickstarter project has his mug glazed in different ways. I was hired to do 23 mugs for him.
The first 9 were to be done with my (8 hours) fine tuning and then glazed in the same glaze as the Tiki Farm version.
While these dried before the next step I started the next three. He said I could choose how I did them including the glazes.

These are the glaze combinations that I picked out.


I decided to do each in three colors. An under-glaze brown for the pier and tiki and then a blue and blue-green combination for sky and water.


After I painted the pier and tiki I wiped off some of the glaze so that these areas will also take on some of the other colors.


Tiki Hula is always amazed how a glaze that looks brown will turn to blue or orange to green.











The chunks will be spots or runs of color.








The blue-green in each of these glazes are the same but they are so different out of the jar.





Here's the lineup of each mug with the glaze that was painted inside and out.


These will be very different from the first 9. My hope is that they look really good.

Tiki Atari you gave me a huge challenge. Wendy

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ZeroTiki
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Posts: 881
From: Rohnert Park, California
Posted: 2014-05-23 3:54 pm   Permalink

They're lookin' amazing!
Hugs to you and Dan!
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danlovestikis
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Joined: Jun 17, 2002
Posts: 7012
Posted: 2014-05-24 08:55 am   Permalink

Thanks Zero Tiki. I'm going to collect that hug someday.

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After the recent visit to the ceramics store I need to do glaze tests for all the new glazes I'd bought.
I do strips of each color in 3,2 and 1 layer. Babalu taught me how to do these tests.


This time around I also tested some non-fire stains to see what would happen if I did fire them. They are those on the bottom left. They also have a strip of clear matte glaze over them.



Continuing on with the kickstarter project for Tiki Atari. I'm holding the glaze test strip for the color being used for 9 mugs.


Three layers of Teal Blue and then wipe it off the high surfaces. To make them different from the Tiki Farm version I then put a very thin layer of glaze back on these surfaces so that they wouldn't be completely white.


After I finished I went over each mug to see if painting on them would enhance any areas where the glaze had been wiped off.


After they dried I couldn't tell the difference between the wiped and the unwiped areas. So I decided to do a MadDogMike Trick.


He said when in doubt about your underglaze fire the mug before you put on the clear glaze. After it's fired you can wet the mug and see how it will look with the clear. If need be you can touch it up and then proceed with the clear.


So first I put the mugs outside to dry and then


I loaded the bottom and then


the top shelf of the kiln. I fired them with a pre-heat of 4 hours and a slow ramp of 13.5 hours.


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Two days later I opened the kiln.


Top shelf reveals the glaze test strips.


Closer view of the three different kickstarter mugs and


two of the wiped off mugs.


The test strips on the ceramic stains shows that you can't fire them once they are on the bisque ware. They just burn off. Even the clear glaze does not protect them.


Bottom shelf with one of the Sacramento Crawl mug tests.


The first mug showed that the blue glaze turned the brown on the tiki and pier to black.


The green for the water wasn't as strong a green as I wanted.


I found a small chunk of matter on the side of the mug. Maybe it came from the thermal couple. Can you spot it?


Close up.


I have a micro dremmel so


I ground out the chunk. Dan asked if I could do his dental work with this. Benzart does use dental equipment.


Much better but now I


needed to re-glaze this mug. I hope this works to enhance the green and to cover the spot.


This is the inside of the same mug. The waves were supposed to look like this but what I've learned from this project is that the carving of the waves made the glaze run off the flat surfaces and into the grooves.


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This is a Caribbean blue mug. I'm leaving this one alone.








The inside again is the same glaze I painted on the outside of the mug but it ran into the grooves.


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The last of the three different mugs.


Here is the inside and again this was also painted on the outside of the mug on the waves.


The brown spots didn't stay put like they did on the inside of the mug.





I decided to add another chunk to each brown spot to see if I could enhance them some.


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The Sacramento crawl mug test showed that three layers of glaze is too much. It ran to the bottom and glued to the stilts. Better that than to the shelf in the kiln. That's why I always fire on the stilts.


I knocked them off with a hammer and Dan will dremmel the bottom flat.


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The last thing I did was take the mugs into the house and squirt them with water. They did have a good contrast between the wiped and unwiped surfaces. So next they will be glazed with clear and fired again.


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Did I really spend 2 hours posting today? Yes. Am I crazy? No I just enjoy entertaining you all. Thank you immensely for the visit.

Cheers, Wendy

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hang10tiki
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Posts: 7311
From: Las Vegas
Posted: 2014-05-24 4:40 pm   Permalink

Wow
That was so much work that I need a nap
Good colors
Thanx for the posts

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LoriLovesTiki
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Joined: Jul 03, 2011
Posts: 1293
From: NJ
Posted: 2014-05-24 6:18 pm   Permalink

Hi Wendy!

Thanks for the shout out! I haven't forgotten my promise. We're still working on our complete kitchen remodel so I haven't even been outside yet, so sad. But your moai is lying on my dining room table and when I see it it makes me happy! Hopefully we'll be finishing up the kitchen soon (we're tiling at the moment, sealing and grouting it are next) and we'll be able to work outside soon. Then the moai will move to his new home and once he's hung I'll post a picture. I see that you are still working hard. The kickstarter mugs look fab!
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VampiressRN
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Joined: Nov 23, 2006
Posts: 6153
From: Sun City Lincoln Hills (NorCal)
Posted: 2014-05-24 6:37 pm   Permalink

It all looks awesome as always. Thanks fo posting so many great pictures.

 
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AdOrAdam
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Joined: Jun 16, 2013
Posts: 630
From: Wolverhampton, UK
Posted: 2014-05-25 03:55 am   Permalink

Hi Wendy & Dan

I have long enjoyed your thread about how you have made all your different art & coveted one of your pieces for a while.

Recently I was very pleased to find (on ebay) something of yours at what I thought was a reasonable price ~ one of your pieces has now made it to the UK!







I actually do intend to use it as a money bank (for future mug or rum purchases), we'll see how that works out...

The personalised Tiki Bobs are lil' charmers, I hope to get round to ordering from you someday.

Cheers, keep up the good work
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2014-05-25 10:32 am   Permalink

hang10tiki the work never ends. When I wake up I know it's time to go to work and that's 7 days a week. All my choice. As Tiki Hula says "she loves it".

LoriLovesTiki I love remodels. I hope you also post some photos of your kitchen here for us to view. Best Wishes. I know tile work is very physical. OH, tiles are ceramics that have been glazed. We need to see that for sure!

VampiressRN thank you for all the fun you've shared with us.

AdOrAdam thank you so much for your post. The bank was a tribute to Joniece Frank. On the bottom are Gecko'z MS initials, his real name is Michael Souriolle a specially carved JF for Joniece and my WC for Wendy Cevola. I hope you can read the backside without a problem. The banks made in blue couldn't be read.

I'm very happy to be a part of your collection.

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I had 9 kickstarter mugs to glaze in clear. I decided that would be just enough to warrant setting up the air compressor to use the spray gun.

Tiki Hula was here for the afternoon so Dan was happy to leave after he set it up and to let Hula help me with carrying and photos.


I purchased a gallon of the best clear glaze available. We both used ear protection. I already wear hearing aids so I have to protect what little hearing I have left.


I sprayed the first layer.


When they were done I let them dry. Yes, years ago I painted those benches. They match the clear glaze we just sprayed on!


Tiki Hula shook up the glaze and loaded the tank.


Layer two.


After three layers were on each mug they went into the kiln.


Dan returned to help with cleanup.


Here's a little joy to share. We had a rainbow during cleanup.


Two of the differently glazed mugs were re-done and put on the top shelf.


I'll be showing the glazed mugs tomorrow when they are out of the kiln.

Cheers, Wendy






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Tiki Tonie
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Posts: 55
Posted: 2014-05-25 4:42 pm   Permalink

[quote]
[i]On 2010-11-11 15:59, danlovestikis wrote:[/i]
2014 Sacramento Crawl Mug is based on an ad in the Sacramento telephone directory. I will be making a large coconut mug/bowl.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52fe9302.jpg[/img]

I will show the step by steps on my "other crafts" page starting on page 303.

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=38423&forum=18&start=4530&4537

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52fe94b2.jpg[/img]
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba6d.jpg[/img]

Love the glaze Wendy!!!

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba62.jpg[/img]

Love the glaze Wendy!!!!!!

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba55.jpg[/img]


[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba4a.jpg[/img]

I put my hand in this photo so you can judge size. It will shrink 10 percent in drying and firing.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba3c.jpg[/img]

Pinup photos of the five years of crawl mugs in order. 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba31.jpg[/img]

In these photos I've wrapped cloth around the top that will be cut off.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba24.jpg[/img]

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba14.jpg[/img]

I've already made 10 tweaks to the mug. I removed the deep groove next to the tikis face and I've fine tuned the face and body. Tomorrow we will mold this mug and I'll have more photos for you then.

Cheers, Wendy



Test glaze #1. Still need to work on highlighting the tiki.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x5365260f.jpg[/img]







Please email or PM me with orders. Thank you, Wendy

I had to use a calculator for the post times on facebook and then compare them to the PM times. This is as close as I can get them to your requests based on those times. If I screwed it up let me know and I'll change them. This is not set in stone yet!!!

OK MIke/Tiki Hula showed me how to see facebook times rather than posted x number of minutes ago. He said if I did that it would bump Brenda and Scott ahead of him. I love honesty.

1. Brenda 1453
2. Scott 1453
3. Mike Remmel 1455
4. Cathi W. 1500
5. Steve Soto requested a year ago...RIP
6. Matt Hull 1418
7. Eric Jorgensen 1500
8. William LaPalia 1555
9. Psycho Tiki D 1607
10. Tonie Jenkins
11. Marlene - VampiressRN
12. Sandy - Corona Contessa
13. Laura Lee Riley
14. Matt Kenoyer
15. Eric Banks
16. jdseeks Jim D.
17. markmywords
18. dartharnie
19. Dr.TikiMojo
20. Gregory Ramirez
21. Loki-Tiki
22. Monty Dunnington
23. Monty Dunnington for Debbie
24. Kingstiedye
25. cdtiki
26. KrakenHunterSteve
27. Terri Colman
28. mondo-by-the-bay
29. Miss Monk-ii
30. Cole Unger
31. Mahalo Tiki
32. Aquatic Safarinaut
33. tikilongbeach
34. liddlelola
35. MrHaiku

36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47. Choptop specific number
48.
49.
50. Lloyd*AloHHHa


Thank you very much.
This year I'm selling them the to everyone (attendees and out of town folks) and assigning numbers as the orders come in. So once it is made if you change your mind please let me know ASAP. I will not ship until after the crawl has ended.







2010, 2011, 2012 and the clay sculpt of 2013 which cast will be a bit smaller. Even still it is twice the size of last years mug and four times as heavy.

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x51c1f4e7.jpg[/img]

If you want to complete your set I have a few left of the last three years

2010 Zombie Hut / Coral Reef mug sold out.

2011 Tiki Bob Decanter ($80) ONE LEFT IN MY CARE and ONE GOING TO THE TONGA HUT TIKI BOB SHOW AT THE END OF MARCH.

Hawaiian Hut Blue/IMP's 2012 ($50) TWO LEFT

2013 Coral Reef Tall mug ($70) sold out.
plus shipping.






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Tiki Tonie
Tiki Centralite

Joined: Jun 07, 2011
Posts: 55
Posted: 2014-05-25 4:45 pm   Permalink

[quote]
[i]On 2010-11-11 15:59, danlovestikis wrote:[/i]
2014 Sacramento Crawl Mug is based on an ad in the Sacramento telephone directory. I will be making a large coconut mug/bowl.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52fe9302.jpg[/img]

I will show the step by steps on my "other crafts" page starting on page 303.

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=38423&forum=18&start=4530&4537

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52fe94b2.jpg[/img]
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba6d.jpg[/img]

Love the glaze Wendy!!!

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba62.jpg[/img]

Love the glaze Wendy!!!!!!

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba55.jpg[/img]


[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba4a.jpg[/img]

I put my hand in this photo so you can judge size. It will shrink 10 percent in drying and firing.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba3c.jpg[/img]

Pinup photos of the five years of crawl mugs in order. 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba31.jpg[/img]

In these photos I've wrapped cloth around the top that will be cut off.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba24.jpg[/img]

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x52ffba14.jpg[/img]

I've already made 10 tweaks to the mug. I removed the deep groove next to the tikis face and I've fine tuned the face and body. Tomorrow we will mold this mug and I'll have more photos for you then.

Cheers, Wendy



Test glaze #1. Still need to work on highlighting the tiki.
[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x5365260f.jpg[/img]







Please email or PM me with orders. Thank you, Wendy

I had to use a calculator for the post times on facebook and then compare them to the PM times. This is as close as I can get them to your requests based on those times. If I screwed it up let me know and I'll change them. This is not set in stone yet!!!

OK MIke/Tiki Hula showed me how to see facebook times rather than posted x number of minutes ago. He said if I did that it would bump Brenda and Scott ahead of him. I love honesty.

1. Brenda 1453
2. Scott 1453
3. Mike Remmel 1455
4. Cathi W. 1500
5. Steve Soto requested a year ago...RIP
6. Matt Hull 1418
7. Eric Jorgensen 1500
8. William LaPalia 1555
9. Psycho Tiki D 1607
10. Tonie Jenkins
11. Marlene - VampiressRN
12. Sandy - Corona Contessa
13. Laura Lee Riley
14. Matt Kenoyer
15. Eric Banks
16. jdseeks Jim D.
17. markmywords
18. dartharnie
19. Dr.TikiMojo
20. Gregory Ramirez
21. Loki-Tiki
22. Monty Dunnington
23. Monty Dunnington for Debbie
24. Kingstiedye
25. cdtiki
26. KrakenHunterSteve
27. Terri Colman
28. mondo-by-the-bay
29. Miss Monk-ii
30. Cole Unger
31. Mahalo Tiki
32. Aquatic Safarinaut
33. tikilongbeach
34. liddlelola
35. MrHaiku

36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47. Choptop specific number
48.
49.
50. Lloyd*AloHHHa


Thank you very much.
This year I'm selling them the to everyone (attendees and out of town folks) and assigning numbers as the orders come in. So once it is made if you change your mind please let me know ASAP. I will not ship until after the crawl has ended.







2010, 2011, 2012 and the clay sculpt of 2013 which cast will be a bit smaller. Even still it is twice the size of last years mug and four times as heavy.

[img]http://tikiroom.com/img/251x51c1f4e7.jpg[/img]

If you want to complete your set I have a few left of the last three years

2010 Zombie Hut / Coral Reef mug sold out.

2011 Tiki Bob Decanter ($80) ONE LEFT IN MY CARE and ONE GOING TO THE TONGA HUT TIKI BOB SHOW AT THE END OF MARCH.

Hawaiian Hut Blue/IMP's 2012 ($50) TWO LEFT

2013 Coral Reef Tall mug ($70) sold out.
plus shipping.






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