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Wendy Cevola 9/20/17 Glazing up a storm with 36 mugs and 2 bowls to do.
IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-03-20 02:14 am   Permalink

I Lava them all!

 
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Posted: 2015-03-20 1:31 pm   Permalink

WahineCoconut awesome ...............

 
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Posted: 2015-03-20 2:47 pm   Permalink

FANTASTICO!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-03-20 9:07 pm   Permalink

IDoVoodoo very cute.

hang10tiki I got a very good response on fb for that hula girl. She's very popular with men. Thank you too.

cy thank you-o!

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Progress Report on Wish List #5. Everything was finally dry enough to sand. Including a few mugs I haven't yet shown. So I'll do that first and then you'll see the sanding day.

I do have a fondness for Rat Finks. As I said before when I was 10 years old I used to carve them out of Ivory soap bars.
After doing Franken Fink for kingstiedye I've done another on Spec that maybe someone would like to have this one.

This is Maori Rat Fink.

Here are the step by steps.










































Dan just keeps on jumping into my work.

















It sure was fun to make this. I just pretended I was 10 again. Cheers, Wendy






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Posted: 2015-03-20 11:39 pm   Permalink

That is one kool lookin fink

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-03-21 8:26 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki Mr. Rat says thank you I resemble that remark

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I'm going to post three mugs because I'm clearing out the backlog of photos so I can get back to posting the Wish List updates. I have so much fun posting and reading comments that I take lots of photos.

Here are examples of three super carved tapa style mugs.

Dan calls this first one Tire Tread Bob.


I start off by carving all the shapes that will become tapa.














All done and posing.











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This second one done on a tall Tiki Bob is more simple with just straight lines drawn down and then the designs added.
Since he was done in March he called Tiki Bob March.











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This is Tapa Da Mornin Bob. This is the bottom.


I used another of my new fogcutter molds.


This one I carved a wide space between each box.





All done.











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Nope this didn't finish off all my "extra" projects done during evening TV sessions. A few more to come.

I hope your weekend is full of fun. Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2015-03-22 07:36 am   Permalink

Me like em all
You never seem to run low on ideas



Love the pic above with Dan-0 climbing out of a mug
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Worst sound ever, slurp of an empty tiki mug through my straw!!!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-03-22 8:34 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki I'm glad to hear you liked the tapa. I was hoping to hear from kingstiedye about the Rat Fink but not even he has been hanging around. Must be a fun weekend. But wait I know you have fun. Thank you for your note so I wouldn't be all alone here. Where are all the people?

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OK back to posting so I can get on to the Wish List.

When we visited hang10tiki in Las Vegas he gave Dan a tiki bowl that had a chip. He knew I started my whole tiki career repairing Dan's mugs. So I whipped out some Elmer's wood filler and filled and sanded the chip.


Next I painted it and then when it was dry I sprayed it with varnish. Good as new. Thank you so much hang10tiki. Dan loves his new bowl.


On the same trip we found some more items that needed help. This is a different bowl. There was a chip on the arm. I told Dan that since I'd have to paint her anyway I might as well get rid of her black eyes.


I changed her to look more like the vintage bowls rather than the China version.


At hang10tikis home he showed us a Treasure Craft guy playing a drum. Dan back home had the girl that went with us. hang10tiki was able to find the same drum player on line and we purchased it. The bottom was missing a piece so I filled sanded and touched it up.


Dan is ecstatic to have a set.


We also found this United Airlines tiki. Someone had livened it up with some paint. Blue on the body


and red and white on the head.


So I went to work to blend in the blue and white paint colors. Dan said he could live with the red.


The white is covered.


The logo was half brown and half black.


I covered the black so that it was easier to read. Here I was painting with a pointed stick to get into the tiny crevices.


All done and ready to display.


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I had a coconut bowl left over so I thought I'd so a Should Have Been bowl for Dan.


I fashioned the head of a peanut mug.


I worked back and forth making the bowl a coconut


and carving on the face.


All done.


Three dents finished it off.


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Next I thought I'd take this fogcutter mug and make a Moai.


I just started adding clay being careful not to add air bubbles.


I thought he was going well but when I turned him sideways he


looked like John Malkovich the actor and not a Moai.


Just then on TV came a show on Easter Island so I didn't have to go in search of a model. It was the nose that was so wrong.


So I was able to look right at the real ones and to fix the nose of AMAZING MOAI. I did this once before on a Tiki Bob.


On the back I did the start and finish for a maze.


I worked out a really difficult maze.


So if you think someone has had too much to drink they have to figure out the maze super fast


before you let them leave. Another mug for sale.


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I sure am having a lot of clay days and every one is fun. Thank you for watching. Wish List photos tomorrow.
Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2015-03-23 8:44 pm   Permalink

Prgress Report for Wish List #5

Everything was dry and now it was time to sand. I always prefer to wait and do it all at once because of the mess.


I started with the large lamps and their lids.











Just that one lamp made this much clay dust. Yes I am wearing a mask.


Between mugs I scrap the dust into piles and wet it down and then put it into the garbage.


Now that I had practiced on Dan's lamp I worked on Tyber Tikis Lamp.


I kept sanding the lid until it was the same size as the top opening.


Next up were kingtiesdye's two projects the Franken Fink


and the Dave Burke's Death Tiki.


Then came the necklace for IDoVooDoo. I did a lot of fine tune carving on this one and then sanded it.


Then came his coconut project.


Next was the hat for Rasta Bob for Tiki Wahini. I added more texture to the hat.


I realized that I needed more space for glaze or the hat wouldn't fit so I carved out some more clay. I hope I guessed right.


Here's her mug next to the one for K.G. McNeil.


After I sand each mug I take it out to Dan.


Here he is blowing off the dust on Professor G's mugs with the compressor. This photo is staged for beauty. When he's really doing it the mask is ON!


Now I began to sand the extra projects.


Dan keeps working and


I keep sanding and


sanding.


The bottom level of the kiln is loaded.


Dan dusted the two lamps and


I put them on the top shelf all alone. The kiln is turned on. A preheat of 1 hour (because I'm sure they are dry) and a slow ramp of 13.5 hours. This will take 2 days while they cool down to room temperature.


One last mess to clean up!


With this load the entire Wish List will have been fired. Fingers crossed that nothing blows up.

Cheers, Wendy






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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-03-23 10:03 pm   Permalink

Wendy, love it all!

"Tapa da Morning..." Ha! You're punny!!!!!

Also, did anyone else notice Dan streaking through Wendy's last post???? Oh my!



Just kidding, just kidding. Love all of the new pieces (of course), and great seeing updates on the new sculpts. I love the spacing and the symmetry on the photo in this post, too.

Moai noses are always the toughest for me. I admit it made me smile to see you go back and work on one, too- if only that it made me feel better about my own general nose (sculpting) envy. Is that wrong?


 
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2015-03-24 10:46 am   Permalink

Wendy, I just got back from Texas so I didn't have much time for the internet for the last week.

Love the Coconut Hot Tub mug! I feel like I would drink too quickly to see what is going on down there! I like the Tapa Bob and the Maze Moai as well. Keep up the great work!

Dan's beard is getting long. I just cut mine off.

I have a fun project for you. The next time you open up the wish list, let me know.


 
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Posted: 2015-03-24 3:02 pm   Permalink

Your repair work is awesome. And those lamps keep looking better and better - I have my fingers crossed they come out in great shape. Keep having fun as always

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-03-24 8:33 pm   Permalink

Tiki Ano, I didn't notice. Dan said, "OOPS" while he was laughing.

lunavideogames welcome home. The next Wish List will be around Christmas time. It seems I'm just doing one a year along with the crawl mugs and my carving for fun mugs. I look forward to hearing what you have in mind. I like all these challenges that I was given this year.

This is Dan's first beard and streaking episode! I fun one enjoy them both!

TikiHula thank you for looking at the repairs. Repairing tikis and making Should Have Been bowls for Dan gave me this wonderful hobby. I am so grateful to him that he also helps me with it daily.

Today I gave Dan a task that didn't work out.
I have one Flame Bob and one Zombie Torch in need of flames. I made them I fired them and then I remembered they needed straw holes. Dan got the appropriate drill for ceramics but it didn't work out. I'm going to start from scratch.




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Tiki Buddies meet Honu Tiki and his wife Jenae. They live in Sacramento and are members of the Sacramento Ohana. They came to our home this past Sunday. We had a wonderful visit and then we gave them a tour.


I should have squeezed Dan into this photo. I can't remember if he also wore blue.


It's fun for me to take photos of peoples first view of the tiki jungle room.






They are working on their tiki room currently. One day we will visit them.


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Here are some miscellaneous photos from my life.

Dan and I saw this African mask for sale. It was a similar mask that inspired the first tiki mug we know as Tiki Bob.


I love balloons. The auto mall put up several acres of them in Elk Grove. We passed by on


our way to my favorite store Alpha. I needed 36 gallons of slip and


found a glaze sale and picked up some new colors I'd not seen before.


At the grocery store I found a new tool. I'm going to see how well it will cut clay.


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While waiting for the kiln to cool I decided to get busy on the Hula Girl in the Hot Tub requests.
I made one and when I posted it here and on facebook I ended up with five orders. That was a fun surprise.
So when that happened I thought how wonderful it was that I had saved the Albert's Tiki Room molds as
coconut molds. That meant I could cast three a day.

So in two days I had six coconuts. Here's pouring them then after sitting for two hours


the excess slip is dumped out and the molds are left upside down overnight.


I only have 2 hula girl molds so that took three days to get enough. Here's opening the mold.


A perfect cast.


I stored them 2 at a time in plastic bags.


After my work day it was time for TV. Guess what I decided to get TV trays out and go back to work.


I paired up a girl and her hot tub.


I cut off this top and turned it over.


I carved in my name and date and started the coconut surface.


Once I finished the bottom half I smoothed it with a wet brush.


Then I turned it over and added the girl and her hair. I then went to work on the coconut surface.


Aerial view.


Side view.


Back view.


Side view.


I did it all again. In several hours of watching TV, well listening to TV I also made a second one.

Front view.


Aerial view.


Side view.


Back view.


Side view.


I'm making these for:

Dan

Theo Stool

HB Tiki

Dale. J.

B. R. MacDonald

J. Klinke

Not bad that I have three down and three to go. I'll try to whip these out tomorrow so that I can also wash the Bisque when the kiln is cool. Tomorrow I get to see if anything exploded!

I think I'll rest now.

Cheers, Wendy


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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-03-24 9:16 pm   Permalink

Wow

Great shows

We are on a road trip

I'll post pics when home

Love the repair pics

All the new stuff looks great

I shaved too. Lol

Wahine coconuts look great

Hugs

Jon


 
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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-03-25 11:27 am   Permalink

Love everyone's reactions as they enter the Jungle Room. Look forward to seeing my own one day... ha!

Love how the Hula Girl's hair melds into the coconut.... but wait- since there may be minor lurking around TC, it seems that the censorship department has caught this page once again flaunting nudity. Tsk, tsk...




Okay, maybe the only minor is this guy, who isn't complaining too much about said nudity.



(Finally got a photo of him in his cabana set).

If you figure out how to drill out a bisque fired piece, let me know. I'd be curious. I've heard a few things but none have worked out.



 
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