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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!
hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-02-07 9:29 pm   Permalink

Wow
Making lots of molds
Awesome
Busy busy busy

Treg is in town
So we had to hit Frankies









Zombies


3 rum scum


9th island



Cheers to you two....

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-02-08 10:22 am   Permalink

hang10tiki that really dark photo took some close up inspection. Good to see Janelle was keeping an eye on you men!
Yep we have tiki fun every day. We don't hate mold making any more now that we don't have problems like major leaks.
It's fun to see you all having at good time. Thank you for letting us all join in.

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Day Two of making 3 molds at once.


I only need to make each a 3 piece mold. Two sides and a bottom piece. To do that I must find the exact halfway point of each mug and to mark it so I can work the clay when it's in the box. I'm sure there is an easier way but I don't know it.

I measure around three parts of the mug.


I make one straight line top to bottom.


From this line I measure around half way. Then I draw the last line straight up.


Next I get out the blocks and as needed I cut them to fit even better.


One.


Two.


Three.


Dan made snakes for me to run up the joints.


First I use blocks so I can use less clay. This formed


piece at the top of the mug will be the opening in the mold in which to pour in the slip when the mold is done.


Working on the bottoms.


This piece will eventually be removed and a piece will be poured to make a bottom.


It fits. Now I will add clay


and bring the clay to the half point lines on each side of the mug.


Both sides are done and


Dan made so many snakes


that I had plenty to run up the joints on all three molds. This is a bisque mug so I had to saturate it with a lot of mold soap so the new plaster mold wouldn't fuse to it. I put the indentations for locks into the clay.


Dan's ready to mix.


I do the measuring and it's just right.


We poured it into the first mold and


then cleaned up.


One done.


When the plaster was hard I carved an outline of what the mug looks like.


Poured.


Cleaned up.


Two done.


The third one is prepped.


The plaster is poured.


All three are done and so are we. It's a very long day.


Each mold has one piece done. Tomorrow we will do two pieces each and finish the molds.

I hope this helps and the fear of mold making is going away for all of you who want to do this. Cheers, Wendy




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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-02-08 3:42 pm   Permalink

Busy, busy! Well, I should have checked your thread for today's update- I started on my first mold today, using one of your step by steps from a while back (and Babalu's).

I'll let you know how they turn out, but here's the pre-pouring look:




Fingers are crossed. I put four locks for one mug- I noticed you put quite a few in the last round of molds- should I be nervous that I only added four?

Thanks for all!


 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-02-08 4:04 pm   Permalink

Go Wendy Go
Go Ano Go


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PockyTiki
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Posted: 2015-02-08 4:27 pm   Permalink

Seeing all those little pieces of cut up foam reminded me how I and many others used to cast bootleg resin action figures. (Yes, that's an actual thing) With legos! Just by piecing together a bag of legos, you can easily form a nice box for casting in...just make sure you tape it up or somethin cuz there is the possibility of it leaking...then again I'm a total cheapo and liked making the most of what I had. Also, good stuff as always.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-02-09 09:37 am   Permalink


TikiAno looks good. It will be fun to watch you do a run of mugs.


hang10tiki go go go! OK maybe we'll go to Maui. Thank you for the suggestion.


PockyTiki fun memories. I never played with Lego's but I wish I had. My main toy was clay and look what that did to me!


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Back with photos shortly.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-02-09 10:02 am   Permalink

The Third and Last day to make the THREE fogcutter mug molds. Three styles and I'll be set for doing custom mugs.

I removed all the boxes from each mold.


I scraped all the sharp edges until they were rounded. I had already drawn the shape of the mug on the plaster for a label.


All three have one mold piece done. Today I will do two more pieces on each mold.


To start We put on a strap so Dan could turn them over with out it all falling apart.


Taking off the bottom shows the artful arraignment of the blocks.


Once all of them were flipped I


started removing all the blocks.


I used my vegetable chopper again to cut off blocks of clay. These go into tubs, get spritzed with water and saved for next time.


All three have had this done and now


I've put them into the mold boxes again and I've started to heavily mold soap them. I'm doing it 4 times with wiping gently between coats.


The snakes are in place and it's ready to


pour in the wet plaster right


down to the last drop. Clean up and then do it again 2 more times. However this photo shows we are on the last one. The other two have the boxes removed and are now just strapped together.


Now I need to dig out the clay which is covering the bottom of the mug.


I've exposed the block.


All the clay is removed.


Upended the three are now ready to mold soap and to pour the last piece.


4 layers of mold soap wiping after each one.


Dan's mixing the plaster. This time we can do all three pours because the amount is so much smaller.


I make a dam of clay at the mold pieces joints so that plaster can be filled as much as possible.


Slowly pouring it in works best.


All three of them are done being filled.


Dark crayon colors work best for numbering pieces or drawing the mugs. I carve and do the crayons.


Here I carved on the last mold piece that has firmed up.


The three have been set aside so we can clean up the garage.


Dan finished before I remembered to take his photo so I took the picture without his face mask on.


NEVER work without a face mask or you will ruin your lungs. Don't ever sweep up your mess, just mop it up. Dust, especially plaster dust will stick in your lungs and never come out.

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Tomorrow I will post photos of opening the molds. Cheers, Wendy

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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-02-09 10:19 am   Permalink

Okay, I should have waited until today to make a mold (after yesterday and today's posts)! Ack. Okay, I realize I didn't use enough mold soap (as many coats), thus the mug is being stubborn and not coming out.... grrrr.

Look forward to seeing the molds opening up!


 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-02-09 8:44 pm   Permalink

Wait
All I had to say was: go go go and you two might take a trip to Maui
What if I say go go go n take us with u



That was a lot of work in today's show


Ano- hope it comes out ok


 
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Woodtiki
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Posted: 2015-02-09 8:55 pm   Permalink

Three molds in three days, looks like you guys have it down.

That mondo Maori is amazing! The carving is spectacular, can't wait to see it all glazed!
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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-02-10 09:22 am   Permalink

I now need a time machine to go back to right before I started to try to make my own molds. Ha!

Well, I did get a few things out of the kiln. The mug pictured, not Tiki Ari....



I'll try to post some photos on my thread at some point later, have to run to work now!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-02-10 10:14 am   Permalink

TikiAno next up opening the molds just for you! I'm sorry that you are having problems with your mold. We went through all the mis-steps when we started. We expect glitches to occur in all parts of our lives. You just say, "OH WELLLLLLLL!" and keep on going.

hang10tiki ah if only it were that simple! Every day of mold making is a very busy day but it gets easier with practice.

Woodtiki hi Woody, I think we have it down doing it "our" way. I'm sure there are those who do much better. Example our molds weigh a dozen pounds more that most.

I'm enjoying the HUGE Maori. I have a lot of carving yet to do. I have to take breaks so I don't get muscle knots! I'm so happy that Tyber Tiki and everyone else likes it so far.


TikiAno I love the glaze on Tiki Ari's shirt. This is a wonderful Tiki/Baby photo. One to enjoy over and over again.


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Today was extra special with so many messages, thank you all.

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I open the molds the very next day. This is when I find out if I marked the halfway point to perfection or didn't and the molds will not pull loose.

Dan removed all the straps. It's good to have two people open them so nothing falls to the floor.


The first one pulled apart easily.


I lay the pieces down and


the mug pulled out.


The end piece came out easily too. One down and


the second one to open.


You can see how the end piece is nice and tight at the bottom.


We lay it down and


It all pulled apart! Two down.


Number 3 is opened and


the mug is pulled out.


The end is stuck hard to the mug. Dan and I together couldn't pull it apart.


I put a folded towel down and got my rubber mallet.


I whacked it a good one and off it came. No damage. 3 good molds in 3 days.


Now I put them in a row to dry in front of a fan 24 hours a day 7 days a week.


Once a day I rotate to a different side facing the fan.


Here it's the backsides.



Here it is the ends that are drying.



It took two weeks to dry these molds. It would have been faster if it weren't winter.

Tomorrow the molds will be poured and I'll share photos of the outcome.

Thank you for the messages and views, cheers, Wendy






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Posted: 2015-02-10 12:28 pm   Permalink

Wendy & Dan - Question: This may be a dumb question...but when do you use the water bottle and what for? Keeping the clay wet? Anything else?


 
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Posted: 2015-02-10 5:31 pm   Permalink

Ano- great "Mug Shot"

Wendy- love the last 3 "mugs"
I just hope you didn't hit them to hard with the mallet





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Posted: 2015-02-10 5:55 pm   Permalink

Tiki Ano - so exciting that you're making your first mold, even if you're running into some problems it's still very cool. I'll expect that everyone on this thread gets a chance for your first run for our collections!

Wendy & Dan, excellent tutorial, as always. Some day I hope to follow your steps and make my own. But first I need to make a mug in order to mold it. What's the best for making the artist's proof?
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