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Wendy Cevola 10/20/17 Catch up photos
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-01-13 10:28 am   Permalink

hang10tiki what a wonderful view of Diamond Head. I miss that island and I miss you and Janelle.

TikiAno thank you for the adorable photo. It's going to be fun watching him grow up. The first year is full of so many changes. My great nephew is 15 months and he knows how to throw down a football and raise his arms like a touch down. Too bad their Oregon team didn't win.

I have broken a few metal ones over the years when the clay was too dry. I break the wooden ones on leather hard. It's so annoying.

That mold has to be moved with leverage or it will break our backs!

hang10tiki (o:

hang10tiki Oh Oh Oh those are sooooooooooooooo cute. Tiki Ano you need to copy and paste them to your photo file. Show him these when he's a little older. You could make him a laminated book. hang10tiki these are so good.

kingstiedye (o:

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Tyber Tiki's Wish is being molded. Part II.


I fill a bucket with the amount of water that I think will come close to filling the box to the level I want. Then we slowly add the plaster with the mixer going.


When I start to see bubbles in the plaster I have Dan stop and I do a check. This doesn't have enough plaster.


After adding more and mixing I check again. It doesn't take much to go from the first check to this one. Look at my thumb. It needs to be the consistency of buttermilk.


The clay sculpture is soft so I had Dan pour slowly on the plastic end piece. I am making a 3 piece mold.


Going...


Going...


Going...


Going...


Gone!


Once we start to work with plaster we wear face masks. Even though it's been 45 minutes since we poured the first piece a flash photo shows the plaster dust floating in the air. This dust will turn to plaster in your lungs and never come back out. Breathing this is worse than smoking.


Now that it has heated up and turned firm the boards can be removed.


I then carve in a label. This M-15 is for Maori and the year. Later on I'll do this again with a crayon which shows up better.


Part III tomorrow

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Thank you all so much for the fun photos and messages. Jazzing up my thread helps keep it alive and right now IT's ALIVE!

Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2015-01-13 2:09 pm   Permalink

What a cliffhanger Wendy! I can't wait to see how the Mega Maori Mold turns out once all the boards are removed and you've separate the pieces. Great stuff!

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Posted: 2015-01-13 4:49 pm   Permalink

Wendy, whenever you post mold making photos it gets me fired up (okay, very punny) to make a mold.

Jon, those photos cracked me up. Thank you, man!




 
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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-01-13 6:28 pm   Permalink

Wendy,

I will look for tiny wire carving tools. I wonder if I can find any at AC Moore or Michaels. If not the Internet here I come!

Tiki Ari is SO flipping cute. I'm digging his tiki-ish sleeper. Very Kon Tiki!

Jon, those pics are hysterical.

Back to carving, I'm trying to wait on my 2nd platter. I rolled it and cut it out last night and had it wrapped in plastic today. Tonight I tried to carve a flower but it was too wet. So I'm going to let it dry some more and try again tomorrow. There's a fine line between too soft and too hard! Thanks for the tips everyone.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-01-14 10:04 am   Permalink

Tyber Tiki log on and check your Personal Messages. I sent you one a long time ago! I like cliffhangers but there are so many in mold making that it's more than one.

TikiAno it really helps to have a second person help with making a mold. It Tiki Ari old enough?

LoriLovesTiki I sent you a link to the best deal I could find on Ebay for the carving tools. Free shipping out of China!
A wet paint brush in the right size is a wonderful tool for "sanding" and shaping.

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This is the first time I've shared the Toys R Us blocks being used so I couldn't resist taking a lot of artistic photos
as we removed each side of the mold box.


All the areas where the blocks are located are areas where there would have been blocks of clay.


Placing blocks is so much faster and


easier.


I used to use a rasp to remove the sharp edges from the mold pieces now


I use the vegetable chopper because it cleans up with one swipe.


I removed the blocks and the layer of clay from the first mold piece.


It's nowhere near ready for piece number two. Tomorrow I'll show you all the tune up steps to get ready to pour again. I even need to smooth the back of the sculpture where the blocks made indentations. I could have put a buffer of cloth, maybe next time.


May your day be filled with smiles, Wendy




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Posted: 2015-01-14 12:33 pm   Permalink

Hi Wendy,

Sorry about missing your PM, I've just replied and need to be better at checking my PMs. Thanks again for the most excellent prize!

Great pictures regarding the mold process, I now see that creating the mega maori mold is multi-stepped. This will be fun and informative to follow.



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Posted: 2015-01-14 1:27 pm   Permalink

Wow
That's a lot of work

Stop now n then for a cookie


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Posted: 2015-01-14 5:57 pm   Permalink

This thread makes me smile! I just love this stuff, that's what keeps your loyal followers coming back. It's so exciting!!!!

I got your PM, thanks! I ordered the tools. Hope they won't be coning on a slow boat from China. They won't be here for a few weeks but you can't beat the price. You're right, I am hooked!

Keep up the good work.
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Posted: 2015-01-14 6:41 pm   Permalink

Can't wait to see the Super Carved Dan-0 Mug

Going



Going


Going


So sad


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Tyber Tiki I got it and saved it in my address book. There are lots of steps and so far all of them are going well.
All the prizes ended up going to people who have Wish projects in the works so I'm making everyone wait for their prizes until I can ship everything together. Funny how that worked out.

hang10tiki good guess. If we don't stop for food our energy gives out.

LoriLovesTiki I love to watch art being made too. You could put your pieces on a thread and start a following. When I got started I put everything I'd made on Gallery and then started here with the step by steps. I hope the tools get here as fast as they say they will. It was the best batch I could find for you.

hang10tiki we liked this so much I've put it on my facebook page for all to enjoy. I used to have a cast of my dad's face, it's with his great grandson now.

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Photos later we have some errands to run. Cheers, Wendy

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I'mmmmmmmmmm back! First off, Thank You hang10tiki for the Hanauma Bay post card. It was so fun to receive and the photo brought back long past memories. You and Janelle are sweethearts.

Part IV of mold making. I was so lucky that I figured out that I was going to have a problem if I didn't fix something.


But first...when you make your first mold piece you can see if there are any areas where the plaster is not tight against the mug and fix it by doing a bit of careful chiseling. This will keep the next mold piece from filling in a very narrow area and then if it breaks off you have an area that will leak.



Next I looked at the end to see if my first mold piece came up to the center of the round end. If it doesn't as shown here the next piece poured will not lift off because it undercuts the round end. Neither of these sides reached the center of the end.


The good news is the this didn't matter for the actual mug because it is not a circle is it shaped in half a circle. So I just added clay to this end piece so that after the plaster is poured I'll still be able to remove the sculpture.


I did the same with the opposite end and then I had an Ah Ha moment. It dawned on me that after I pour the next big slab I wasn't going to be able to remove this plastic end piece without opening the mold. I didn't want to do that.


So even though I'd gone to the work of removing the undercuts from the sides, I removed


the piece which exposed the bottom of the mug/lamp.


Now I would need to build the same shape in clay. But to start I wanted to protect my name carved on the bottom. I cut out a piece of cardboard and started covering it with clay.


I put it in place and used clay to finish the seal.


Now to speed up the making of the end piece I added a block.


I kept adding clay until


it was built and ready to proceed with the next piece of the mold.


When you make a mold you need to always think of all the steps ahead. That's what saved me from having to open the mold before pouring the last end piece. You'll understand this part as the photos are posted.


Thank you all for the visit, Wendy





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Posted: 2015-01-16 08:42 am   Permalink

Glad the post card made it
This monster huge project sure takes some time
Lookin good
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hang10tiki mold making is the hardest work in ceramics. It takes so much thought and care. Here's the next step on
Tyber Tiki's HUGE Maori mug/lamp.

Whenever you are going to have plaster mold pieces touch you must use mold soap or they will permanently fuse together.
Mold soap is deadly poison. We just took an empty jar and used paper towels to the hazardous recycling place. Don't just toss these in the trash. Biggest rule is NEVER breath in the fumes or touch it to your skin!

I paint on the soap and


wipe it off 4 times. I've been told 3 is enough but I've had a couple stick so now I do it 4 times. It's worth it.


Put up the box around the first mold piece then


use the super wet and sticky clay snakes to seal all the gaps and joints. Wipe these with a wet paper towel. Buy the way I get my paper towels at Home Depot because for workers there are super rolls (in an 8 pack) that last so much longer than those from the grocery store. I don't like loading the holder over and over again.


I figured out how much I'd need and put the water in the bucket. Then as I slowly added the dry plaster Dan mixed it.


Pouring was easy this time because the back of


the mug/lamp has no detail. So I let him pour it right on and faster than for the front piece.


How's that for figuring out how much to mix?


Now it sits for 45 plus minutes. One piece to go!


Step by step, step by step. Do them all correctly and mold making isn't so hard. No leaks so far!

Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2015-01-16 2:13 pm   Permalink

So will it be a giant mug
or a giant lamp?
Or a lamp you can drink out of?
Or a mug with lights?









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Posted: 2015-01-16 2:23 pm   Permalink

Wendy, I'm enthralled by the mold making process, it is a work of art in itself.

Hang10tiki, I spit up my afternoon tea when I saw your pictures….too funny for words! However regarding your inquiries….I like “the lamp you can drink out of”….you know for the times you need a drink with just a little kick…or rather a little jolt

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