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Wendy Cevola 10/20/17 Catch up photos
TikiAno
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From: San Diego, CA
Posted: 2015-04-06 09:06 am   Permalink

Wowwww.... I've been out of the loop for a bit, just working too much and a little family time. Great to do a quick catch-up on all of the Wish List stuff (I agree, Wendy, the new Rat Fink mug is AWESOME, and all that other great stuff. Can't wait to see these all fired.

Jon, looks like a great trip- with, obviously, lots of cool goodies found.

I hope to get to the ceramics studio soon, my hands are too clean from not playing with any clay. Okay, they're pretty coffee encrusted but that's just work....


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-06 8:47 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki GROG won. You've seen his strong arms haven't you?

Tiki Ano babies take a lot of time. I'm so pleased that you make it back here at all! Thank you.

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Back to glazing Wish List #5 and having fun.

First is IDoVooDoo's necklace based on his arm tattoos. His favorite color is purple.


I also did the back in case it ever flips when he is wearing it.


I used all underglazes. After putting on all the purple I wiped it off the raised parts and


then I painted them similar to the tattoos.


IDoVooDoo I can change any of these. Let me know if you like it or not. All the colors are darker after being fired.


Since Dan is working for me every day I need to do one of his Wishes every so often. So I've done his Maori lamp. This is the bottom.


This is the top piece so that the lamp parts can be put inside and covered.


I always spray my bisque before the glaze goes on so that it will stick better. It's called a capillary starter.


I just did one layer of this glaze to see how it looks. I don't want it to be such a thick amount as to hide the detail of the carving.


This one is an experiment so that when I do Tyber Tiki's lamp we will know if this flat brown works or if a glossy glaze is better.


I'm starting to make a dent in the Wish List! Wendy

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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-04-06 10:35 pm   Permalink



Love!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-07 8:05 pm   Permalink

IDoVoodoo I can't ask for more than that!

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Wish List #5 Progress Report

I finished two mugs for Paul G. who lives in Australia.

The first is a Maori Tiki Bob. I glazed the inside


and then I started filling in the carvings on the face using a micro dropper. You have to keep a constant flow of glaze. Air bubbles can make it spit.


This is all done in underglazes so that nothing will run. White underglaze and



black underglaze.


Now he needs to dry before I paint him with clear gloss glaze. Three layers of underglaze and 2 layers of clear. I could have taken a lot more photos!


Next I started on his Fish Scale Tattoo mug. Once that was finished inside and out I


began to paint on the clear layers.


Both are done and joining the projects waiting for the kiln.


One by one I keep making a bigger dent. Cheers, Wendy

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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-04-07 10:10 pm   Permalink

Wendy, be careful to look out for Grog when starting your capillaries.... you never know where he may/ may not be hiding. Lurking, even..?




Okay, I KNOW I'm not the only one who noticed this uncanny resemblance here....




Thanks and have a great evening.... Good night!

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-08 4:56 pm   Permalink

Tiki Ano I loved that photo of Kiss and put it on my facebook thread. I have been wondering where GROG has been hiding. We have all been missing him.

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Wish List Progress Report

IDoVooDoo second of three projects has been glazed. I'm not sure how it will look after firing. If it's bad I'll just re-do whatever needs fixing. On the other had I hope it works.

To start the inside and top rim were glazed white because this is a coconut mug.


Then the entire outside was covered with 1 thick layer of glaze.





After this dried I used a wet cloth to wipe off some of the glaze where I want to add color.












I used the photo of IDoVooDoo's tattoos for choosing glaze colors.



Now I'm ready to begin. This is the first time I'm using glaze and underglazes together. We'll find out together if this was a good idea.


























Now it sits while I do more Wish List Projects. Soon I'll have enough to load the kiln. Cheers, Wendy

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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-04-08 11:14 pm   Permalink

Wendy, it depends upon how runny your glazes are when they're fired. If they are runny, you may want to use some wax resist on top of the underglazed details. That may help- not guaranteed, since wax resist does melt off eventually.

I only write this since I've had many midfire glazes go wherever they wanted to go- especially to places I DIDN'T want them to go...!

Please stop teasing us and fire that kiln! Maybe Grog will come out when you do... (Insert song from "Annie" here).


 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-04-09 07:38 am   Permalink

Ano- Bob/Kiss: I was thinking the same thing, lol

Wendy- great glaZin

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-09 07:59 am   Permalink

TikiAno sorry guys the kiln is busy right now with a bisque load. I don't have enough to fill it for a glaze load yet but it's getting close. I'll be glazing all day today.

You taught me something today that I did not know. I have a gallon of wax resist that I haven't used. I'll put some on this mug today. Thank you!

hang10tiki I'm having fun seeing these one step closer to the kiln.

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Yesterday I had an appointment with the dentist. I have a bad TMJ joint and now I'm wearing a plastic insert 24/7 for a month and then at night after that. I now speak with a lisp!

Since we were heading downtown we went to Alpha Fired Arts for 11 gallons of slip and of course a few new colors of glaze. I don't buy girlie things I by things that make me messy rather than cute. When we got home I made the glaze tests that will fire with the Wish List.


After that I went into the garage and started sanding. I had enough things for a load of bisque.


First off is the Hula Girl Snake Charmer for IDoVooDoo.
I sanded it inside and out and ran the carving tool through all the detail to make sure no tiny pieces of clay were stuck.


It looks like she's on a sandy beach.


Next I did the Amazing Moai,


the helmet necklace and


a hula girl necklace.


I sanded the four flames and


started doing the Hula Girl Hot Tubs. It's scary to have made these because I have a 50% chance that the girls will explode in the kiln. My design likes to trap air bubbles in the arms and neck and then BOOM in the kiln.


Dan also masked up and did all the blowing dust off all the pieces.


They fit nicely into the kiln.


Amazing Moai wasn't really alone on the top. I'm making a project for the Art Show at Tiki Oasis 15. When it's further along I'll start to share it too. I couldn't resist the Space Theme and that last year they opened it up to ceramic art as well as paintings.


I hope your day is safe and full of smiles. Wendy




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Loki-Tiki
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Posted: 2015-04-09 08:33 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2015-04-09 07:59, danlovestikis wrote:

They fit nicely into the kiln.





Boy, he looks depressed he didn't fit on the first floor, quite a party going on there!


 
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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-04-09 09:04 am   Permalink

Hi Wendy,

I can sympathize with your TMJ joint pain. Even though I am well into my forties, I still enjoy playing organized ice hockey. Well one evening during practice, with no helmet on (yea dumb move on my part), I took a puck off the side of my jaw. The two broken teeth hurt, but it was my TMJ that really throbbed for the next week. I hope your able to recover soon.

Regarding wish list #5....I second Hang10Tiki's comment....great glazin!...oh and the hula girl snake charmer bowl looks great!!


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MaroneTiki
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Posted: 2015-04-09 12:14 pm   Permalink

Hi Wendy and Dan,

The Amazing Moai is so cool.


 
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lunavideogames
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From: San Diego
Posted: 2015-04-09 12:38 pm   Permalink

Tyber - wear a helmet. You may take some flack but at least you will have your teeth

Wendy, does this mean that you and Dan are going to Tiki Oasis this year? I am excited to see your Space Tiki Mug, can I buy it? You should make a couple. I am sure it will be amazing!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-09 9:02 pm   Permalink

Loki-Tiki you made me laugh out loud. He does look so sad.

Tyber Tiki ouch that sounds horrible. I hope you have fully recuperated. Did you read that I'm doing Dan's lamp first to check out the glaze. Then you'll be able to see if you like it or want something different.

My brace is preventative. I dislocated my jaw biting into a pear. Now a CT scan shows that I don't have part of the top of the bone that fits into the joint. I guess I wore it away although I've never chewed gum. They think I may grind my teeth at night. Dan said in 37 years he's only heard me do that once. Oh well we all have something and I'm lucky there isn't any pain.

MaroneTiki well thank you sir. The maze on the back is as hard as I could make it. He doesn't have a home. Interested? Do we get to tour your home in October? Marlene is looking for homes for Saturday.

lunavideogames going to Tiki Oasis is still up in the air. If I can get a hotel room at the event then maybe. I'm watching the tread for the time to log on and try. I would like to see you and go to Ocean Beach where you work.

What I'm making for the event is a space themed bowl in three pieces that will be fused together with glaze. I'll share photos soon. If you like it and want it then I'll have to decide if I should make something else for Oasis and let you get this one. Stay tuned for space updates!

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I continue to do so many projects at once that our home is truly a tiki factory. Today a man was here to inspect the heater and he said are there any other people like you out there? YES there are.

Progress on Wish List #5 continues. I'm doing all the projects that have instructions as to glazing. When I get to the rest I'll contact each of you on how to proceed.

This Wish is from Joanne. It is a Zombie Village mug. It will be yellow with red spots. I will be painting the woman as I have all the Zombie Torch mugs except this one will have a black skirt.











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These mugs are for Dale, Lloyd Alohahahaha and Muskrat. They are the Zombie Hut/ Coral Reef mugs made for the first Sacramento Crawl. At the time these were made I said that since it was the only mold I owned (made by a friend Mike. L.) that I would make specials in addition to the run.

So here some are in progress.


They will be brown rather than the black like the run of 50.


Done and drying. After they fire I will hand paint these to enhance the design.


I made one extra in red.


This mold was still in good shape but it's time to say goodbye.


one last look at each piece and


waving goodbye I


took out the ax and whacked it to pieces.


That was my first mug that I did on my own. My first idea/project was the Bloody Maori that Gecko'z produced. A lot has been done in the last 4.5 years. Thank you all for being with me during this time.

Cheers, Wendy



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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-04-10 12:29 am   Permalink

Amazing. I have no other words. Wow.

 
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