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Tiki Central Forums Creating Tiki Other Crafts Wendy Cevola 11/16/17 Day two on the Big Island of Hawaii continues with a tiki surprise!
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Wendy Cevola 11/16/17 Day two on the Big Island of Hawaii continues with a tiki surprise!
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-01-11 08:54 am   Permalink

kingstiedye I would have to say that this photo is an all time favorite of mine. It's really special to be in your collection.

LoriLovesTiki I saw your artwork on the Swap page. That's going to be so cute.

You are right. I'm a whimp having grown up in the Sacramento Valley of California. 32 degrees and we run around cold proofing our outdoor plumbing.

hang10tiki - hang10

Tyber Tiki I'm so happy you approve so far. It's been a fun project and a challenge.

It's funny that the Crawl mug I did for 2014 was for Albert's Tiki Village and now you show us there was also and Arnold's.
It was so much fun to see hang10tiki and Jonelle go there.

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I said yesterday that there would be a contest today and the prize would be based on how many people posted photos. I've decided that it will be based instead on how many posted a note. In addition to that the contest is now ended and the four who wrote will each win a prize.

I had Dan line the four prizes up for a photo and they will be awarded now in the order of the messages.

kingstiedye has won the Tiki Bob

LoriLovesTiki has won the seashell

hang10tiki has won the Honu (a coincidence since he has the Honu Lounge)

Tyber Tiki has won the puffer fish




Congratulations I'll be contacting you about how I will send your prizes.

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I'll be posting photos later today and the progress steps for Tyber Tiki's wish. Cheers, Wendy

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-01-11 08:57 am   Permalink

With the end of the contest I have now started page 400! That's really fun for me. Thank you all for making it possible.


Cheers, Wendy

PS ebtiki I sure hope you feel better each day
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ebtiki
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Posted: 2015-01-11 10:53 am   Permalink

Wendy!!
I'm just getting caught up with your thread - I'm touched and humbled that you've included me.
The Wife and I bought a c. 1954 ranch house a few years ago and hoped to create a tiki room in the basement, but flooding the following spring put an end to that. Last week we started painting our back room, hoping to create a tiki space - that'll now have to wait until spring.
As for my wrist, I slipped on a new door mat (it reads "Selling something? Try the neighbors") and broke my fall with my arm. (Putting my arm down kept me from hitting my head on a concrete block, so I can't complain too much.) The surgery went well, my pain level is manageable, and I'm hopeful for a speedy recovery. Finally got some sleep last night, which was welcome. (The door mat has been relegated to the garage.)
Thanks, everyone, for your kind thoughts!
Cheers! e.
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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-01-11 7:16 pm   Permalink

Wow! Way cool Wendy! Thanks for the shell necklace! I love it. I'll bring it to me when I go to Ohana By the Sea in October and anywhere else I go before that.

Congrats on the 400 pages! Very nice.

I decided while carving my Hawaiian shirt platter for the swap that I need carving lessons! I have a hard time making my lines smooth and getting the little crumbles out of the grooves. I know I have a hard time determining "leather hard" but I think I might need more tools! So far I've carved with a clay carving tool, a wooden clay carving tools, both from school plus a tiny screw driver, a paperclip and a pencil. I'm hoping my friend the art teacher has something that looks more like a dentist's tool that I've seen you use. I'm almost completely done with the carving. Next up - stressing about the glazing!

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-01-12 10:20 am   Permalink

ebtiki you are a good friend. You are also on the Ohana Infirmary page started by Vampiress RN. Thank you for letting everyone know your whole story. Will you be in the case for 6 weeks or longer? I got one of those arm covers at the drug store so I could shower easily. I was so excited to see you start your room. Now you can just fine tune all your plans. Best wishes for a good recovery.

LoriLovesTiki my favorit tool is a sharp wire in the shape of a triangle. I use a paint brush to clean up the carving lines or you can wait until it drys and run through the lines again and then sand it. The shirt looks wonderful.

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It's time to mold Tyber Tiki's HUGE Maori mug/lamp. This is a base, all the fine carving will come after I begin to case these. This will be the largest we have ever done. I took many photos so I'll post a section each day until I finish. This will be a teaching tool for those of you wanting to make your own. Feel free to copy and paste these photos. I started by making a big card with photos on it so we didn't forget a step. Especially MOLD soap between the plaster pieces.

Here goes Tyber Tiki.


This is what I'm molding. Here starts the step by steps.


After the last time we made a mold I stored all the used clay in these containers. That saves it all for the next time.


We had leftover snakes saved so this time we just lay them on a table and sprayed them with water to keep them soft. I did this spraying every half hour as the day progressed.


The day before Dan used the wood from Home Depot to build the side pieces for the mold box. We put it together here with clamps. There isn't a need for a bottom piece so we didn't cut one this time. I've eliminated that step from my mold making process.


At Toys R Us I found the absolutely best children's toy block sets. They do not absorb water and they can be cut to any size needed.


These blocks save me so much time and they are reusable. Instead of a layer of clay I use as many blocks as possible to hold the mug and to support the clay that seals the tiki for casting.


Backing up a second the room has been set up with tarps and a plastic lined waste can in case I mess up and have a liquid plaster leak. Yes that has happened in the past. Each time we make a mold we learn a better way to accomplish each step.


We also have the plaster, the water to mix in and a water bucket to clean the mixer in immediately after mixing. If not spun in water ASAP it will harden on the blades and is not fun to clean off.


Now I start to press clay around the tiki. Using soft, not mushy, clay is best.


The dents are locks to keep pieces from sliding sideways when you are casting in the future. I've run snakes up the corners of the box.


Here's my best hint. To prevent leaks I take a very damp paper towel and I run it along all the places where the clay joins the tiki and the box. This makes the seal between the two much better. Since I started doing this I have not had a single leak when molding.


I am very careful not to miss a place.


Even up the corners of the box. I forgot to take photos of adding clay to the two black end pieces. They had to also have snakes to seal them to the box.


There are a couple of things going on here that are strange to mold making. One is the top and the other is the bottom. A mold only has to be 2 inches thick to pull out water when casting. But the top and bottom here will have more like 6. First this doesn't hurt anything. This happened for two reasons.


1. When you cast often you have to keep returning to top off the slip so that the cast will be as thick at the top as at the bottom. I thought if I had a very deep top before it reaches the tiki I could fill it up and not have to return to fill it up every half hour. We'll see if that works.

2. The last piece for the bottom is very small and if a mold is going to leak it will be around this piece. However it the piece is thicker then the slip will harden in a leak path before it gets out. If this is true then it makes casting so much easier.

Time will tell if these were good ideas.

We are now ready to do the next step. Hopefully you all will be back here tomorrow. Any questions or comments so far?

Cheers, Wendy

PS hang10tiki you must be home recuperating from all the fun, we are missing your photos







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kingstiedye
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Posted: 2015-01-12 10:37 am   Permalink

excellent tutorial, wendy. thanks for the tiki bob prize!

 
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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-01-12 4:53 pm   Permalink

Congrats on 400 pages Wendy, and here's to 400 more!

Thank you so much for the puffer fish necklace, it looks beautiful and we will enjoy it!

Your posts are so informative and interesting to follow, the process is really eye opening for the artistically challenged, such as myself. Cant wait for tomorrow's post

Cheers!

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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-01-12 6:02 pm   Permalink

Wendy,

I am loving this step by step. I have watched them all before and every time I think "one day I'm going to make a mold!" One day I will and it will all because of you.

Is this similar to your favorite tool?



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Posted: 2015-01-12 6:33 pm   Permalink

Sweet, a Honu necklace
Thank you Wendy
Awesome

Lori- great update, Lookin good

Wendy- that is a monster huge Tiki
Going to be HEAVY

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-01-12 7:46 pm   Permalink

kingstiedye once you have it I'll need a new photo of your two shelves with it added. Thank you teaching is fun.

Tyber Tiki Thank you too. It's the largest mold we have ever made. Fingers crossed that it will work out.

LoriLovesTiki your tool is very large. My favorite tool is in this photo with my finger pointing to it. They come in kits of 6 that vary. They are metal. Don't ever buy the one shown in wood. They snap. I bought a bunch and broke 6 in one day.





hang10tiki very heavy because I like everything cast with thick walls. Welcome home.

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Look above the four winners have written again. Sorry no contest tonight!!!

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Part II on the mold tomorrow. Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2015-01-12 9:00 pm   Permalink

The final pics






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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-01-12 9:21 pm   Permalink

Wendy, thanks for the step by step. Always helpful to watch you go through mold making, and I love the updated photos! I might be making a mold soon (shhhh).

Lori, waiting a bit to let the clay dry up helps you carve sharper lines- from the looks of it your clay is still pretty wet. I AM impressed at how clean the lines look. I learned to wait wait wait and then carve. Just watch the color of the clay that Wendy works with and you can might be able to see the difference in the water content.

Wendy, funny, I broke through two of the metal carving triangles- on the wire cutting part. I upgraded to the wooden Kemper one (the one with the darker wood handle) and it's a champ! Perhaps I waited until the clay was too dry when I broke those two tools, but still...

In any case, Tiki Ari had a great time cuddling with the beanie babies- here he is cracking up about something:



Can't wait to see that mold finished- though I feel bad for Dan having to move that thing around! Ha.


 
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Posted: 2015-01-12 10:19 pm   Permalink

OMG. Great pic

 
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Posted: 2015-01-12 10:34 pm   Permalink

We saw your lil dude all over Oaho






















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Posted: 2015-01-13 08:09 am   Permalink

the arnolds pic made me laugh out loud. good stuff!

 
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