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Tiki Central Forums Creating Tiki Other Crafts Wendy Cevola 11/20/17 Day Six on the Big Island of Hawaii Hilo side, Discovery in a lava field.
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Wendy Cevola 11/20/17 Day Six on the Big Island of Hawaii Hilo side, Discovery in a lava field.
LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-02-03 7:23 pm   Permalink

I just love the Bob's with the hands! One is cuter than the next. I especially like the one with the hang loose hand and the tiki mug with the eyes popping out in his other hand! I can't wait to see him glazed. Actually, ?I can't wait to see all of them glazed, who am I kidding?
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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-02-03 11:16 pm   Permalink

I have got to STOP checking this thread three times a day; I know I am way down the list.

BUT, I love your stuff!

I WILL keep checking!




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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-02-04 09:41 am   Permalink

Woodtiki I sent you a PM and also posted a reply to your request. I look forward to hearing back.

TikiAno I like that because a Tiki Robert is the Aka for my friend Tiki Bob (the live version). I'm going to post now to see if I earned any more Wow's. I live for those!

hang10tiki I hope you didn't really need a pain killer. It's always fun to see my stuff on your shelf, except for the two painkiller holder tikis.

lunavideogames its so good to hear from you. I still like Tiki Central best even though it takes me an hour to post compared to 2 minutes on facebook.


LoriLovesTiki glazing is a ways off but one day the time will come. I too love to open the kiln to see if they are all right. There's something fun about Bob with hands or feet. Didn't you start me doing that?

IDoVoodoo give me another couple of weeks and I'll have something to show you. It's fun to be super busy but I wish I could have something for each person each day. It just doesn't work that way. Keep on visiting your day will come. Meanwhile you lucky dog you've got Tiki Tonie devoted to your perfect mug.

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Here are the last Tiki Bobs that I spent months making to fill the kiln during the Wish List. These too are for sale.


#16




#17 PNG Snake





#18 Abalone and Rhinestones will go into the holes





The loading of the kiln continues.


20. Swirls and Rhinestones.








#21 Kind of A Maze ing









#22 Tiki Bob loses his head!







#23 Shark Tattoo





#24 Coconut Bark





If you see one you would like to own just post here or send me a PM.

Thank you also for all the comments they mean a lot to me. Cheers, Wendy

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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-02-04 4:07 pm   Permalink

I thought #18 was going to be Swiss Cheese Bob!!

LOL

I don't know if I started you on Bobs with hands but I'm pretty sure mine was the first holding a tiki mug.
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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-02-04 5:26 pm   Permalink

Wow, these last Bobs are the best I've ever seen!

 
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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-02-04 6:08 pm   Permalink

Ditto what Lori said! (I'd love to see one of those one day.. ha!)

I absolutely love #22, which I believe I wrote when you first posted it. So excited to see how you move forward with it!

(Okay, that's two wows).


 
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JenTiki
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Posted: 2015-02-05 08:49 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2015-02-04 09:41, danlovestikis wrote:
#18 Abalone and Rhinestones will go into the holes




I think you should call him Bling Bob!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-02-05 11:00 am   Permalink

LoriLovesTiki that could be an idea for another future Tiki Bob!


IDoVoodoo thank you so much. I love to play with Tiki Bob when I'm not working on a Wish List. I do them in-between projects. Right now they were made to fill the kiln. Some of them have found homes.


TikiAno what I can say about Tiki Bob losing his head is that the inside and the inner part of the rings will all match. Blood Red...maybe.


JenTiki that's a good one. I'm so bad at naming mugs that I've stopped putting names on the bottoms. I let the owners name them. I like Bling Bob that's cute and Bob's cute.


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Progress on the "fill the Kiln" and Wish List #5 projects.


Dan's still out in the below 50 degree weather to use the air compressor to blow off all the dust from sanding.


It was really fun to see that when the last one was dusted the kiln was perfectly filled and ready to fire.


I checked the garage shelves one more time to make sure I hadn't lost a Bob someplace. Nope they are all in the kiln.


The Bisque Fire is done and the lid is up after they cooled down to outdoor temperatures, more than 24 hours.


First out was the bowl to see if filling the hole with paper clay worked. I was happily surprised that it did work. So is Dan since he gets this bowl.


I unloaded the kiln and now these joined the first batch I'd fired a while back.


Do you see your mug?


They are all here and none had a problem. Not one explosion from trapped gas!


Now it was time to take all of these out into the yard for scrubbing. ebTiki I've spotted your Bob, how's your arm?


It's so cold out that we went to the sunniest spot.


Less than 50 degrees out but I'm ready to get all wet by hard scrubbing each mug inside and out.


One ice water bucket to scrub in and one to rinse in. The rinse bucket should have clear water until the end if I'm doing a good job of scrubbing.


Each time I finish a tray full Dan carries it into


the dining room table. They are all here. They are Wishing to be glazed but they must wait until all the other Wishes are further along. I've covered these with plastic sheets to keep them safe from dust.


Hows that a weeks worth of work in one post! Cheers, Wendy






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Posted: 2015-02-05 4:33 pm   Permalink

That's an excellent week's worth of work! Well done, now go do something fun.

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-02-05 7:47 pm   Permalink

Wow
That's a lot of sweetness
Can't wait to see more great progress
I like the photo of Dan-0 in the back yard, wish we lived in the house behind ya
Then I could watch the show "live"


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Woodtiki
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Posted: 2015-02-05 9:35 pm   Permalink

Wow, yes a lot of work! Good thing we don't have east coast winters.

Save #2 carved bob for me please! If he's not claimed yet.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-02-06 10:55 am   Permalink

LoriLovesTiki we will definitely do something fun and we'll share it in a couple of weeks.

hang10tiki we wish you lived behind us. What fun we could have.

Woodtiki #2 is saved for you. I saw the PM and I'll make note of the colors.


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Thank you all for the messages.
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Progress Report on Wish List #5

I've done some more on Tyber Tiki's HUGE Maori mug. I think it will hold a gallon. When it's done I'll check that out!

The mug has been continuing to firm up so I was able to pick it up and lay it on its back so clean up the bottom.


First round of cleaning. Sanding and fine tuning comes later.


Photos really help to show problems. I could tell that the eyes were not matching, one looked sideways. So using the photo I was able to fix the eyes to match.


I added some more detail to the little tiki. The places where I made pinpoint holes will cause the glaze to pull back and that should look really good.


This photo is just before I started to carve the top two corners.


Here they are done.


Front view.


Next I carved around the top opening.


All done.


Next I did a design around the bottom.


Close up.


Now I carved a line straight down from the top and then continued the horizontal lines from the front to this back line.


Sanding with water.


I even got the other side done!


Now I'll let this rest again to firm these areas before I tackle the HUGE backside.

Cheers, Wendy







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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-02-06 3:39 pm   Permalink

Hi Wendy,

Just catching up on the thread after traveling all week. Wow, what an unbelievable amount of progress! Your Tiki Bobs look exceptionally beautiful and unique. Any chance Small Tiki Bob #9 is still available? if so, please mark me down for #9.

The Huge Maori Mug continues to impress. The details are mesmerizing...and I think I've spent the last 30 minutes just staring at all of the fine details in the photos....looks great!

Thanks!


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PockyTiki
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Posted: 2015-02-07 07:12 am   Permalink

I'll tell ya what, consistently drooling over these awesome sculpts makes me look forward to conquering a new 30" canvas. Good stuff.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-02-07 10:31 am   Permalink


Tyber Tiki I have put your name on #9, thank you. But just to be sure that you saw that it is a statue and now a small mug.

I've been going through a bunch of Maori books to find the right style of carving for the back. If you have any preference or photos send them to me right away! I like having you transfixed by your HUGE mug!

PockyTiki it is so true that seeing art inspires art. You better start a step by step thread for your painting. If you have a thread start adding to it. Post a link to your art HERE. This is a place to share.

I like your response to my art but you better stop when you are painting!

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A very long time ago...2010...I didn't know how to make molds so I had Gecko and Babalu help me so that I could make runs of mugs. Now that a friend of kingstiedye Mike L. has taught us how to make them I share what I've learned over and over again. Repetition is the best way to learn. Dan and I have finally gotten it down so that we don't have massive leaks and other problems.

So I'm once again sharing. These molds were made a couple of months ago and I saved the photos to put up when I have taken time off to relax. Yep we don't make tikis every single day. We try but it's important to have down time.

A while back I made three mugs by hand. They are blanks that I can alter just like Tiki Bob. I can make them into drums or add tikis to the sides, anything is possible.

But first I must mold these three mugs so that I have the blanks to play with.

This will be our first time to do three molds at the same time. We took three days to do it.




First we bought the best plaster there is for mold making.


Then we went to Home Depot to buy more clamps and some wood.


This is an older photo from when I first found the perfect blocks at ToysRUs. I used them to make the HUGE Maori mold.



I marked all the piece to the sizes I needed and


Dan earned another mug by cutting them for me.



One too many interruptions for photos!



We then cut these strips of wood and screwed them onto one end of each piece. These are for the clamps.



Just in case it would make the wood absorb less water I sprayed them all with varnish. They was an experiment.


I put the three molds together and then I realized that I would have enough blocks to fill the bottoms.


We went back to ToysRUs and bought all they had!


Back home again we made a table from saw horses and a big piece of plywood.


This was the end of DAY ONE. We have the molds ready and now I'll go to work so we can make 3 molds at once.


I hope this will help someone realize their dream. I've found mine with all of you, thank you. Cheers, Wendy







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