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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!
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-26 09:46 am   Permalink

Woodtiki you are very welcome. I made many mistakes along the way. I hope to use this thread to help eliminate those for people who are just starting out. Since most readers won't be going back over my 400 plus pages I do repeat myself.

I was happy to have you in the header. I will be more happy to see if the technique I used works!

The honu mug was copied from a tattoo book, I can't take credit for the design. I loved those tiki heads as fins.

I think it would be wonderful if we could work out a day for your visit to co-inside with IDVooDoo's visit. If not that's OK too.


www.woodymillerart.com


IDoVoodoo if it turns out I know it's going to a good home.

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I am so near to filling the kiln!

I was able to fit a few more pieces onto the bottom shelf. This is a tricky job. Crystals in glazes sometimes pop and travel. If they stick on another piece that's permanent. So I have to think about what's next to one of those pieces. I never turn a Tiki Bob's face in that direction. No crystals no problems.


In case you have access to a kiln with an Airovent watch out for the air intake holes.


If one of these holes were to be right over the tall lamp it could make a defect in the glaze.


If you are buying a kiln an Airovent pulls air into the kiln so that all levels are firing at the same temperature. Otherwise without it the top layer will fire hotter.

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Awhile back I repaired one of these statue. They had been brought together from different homes and they were mismatched in wear and colors. I fixed them. The last step was to seal it all with clear gloss varnish.

They are now married in Dan's collection.


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Wish List #5 progress report.

This mug is a similar mug to one for Jen Tiki which is being glazed today.

This one is for Kenneth G. McNeil. I picked a glaze for this one that was far different from those for Jen's mug. Both she and Kenneth wanted blues but he let me pick which blue for his mug.


I painted on the three layers and when it was dry


I added some dark blue crystals into the largest indented spaces. I hope it works.


He dried and then was placed into the kiln.


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This Wish has a story. Years ago on eBay I won a set of eight homemade Tiki Bob's. I was contacted by James of Pocketiki in England asking to split the sale with him. I did that and when they got to my home I shipped half to his home.

Now we made a deal where I would copy the style of these mugs but would make them with their requested names on the sides.
I used a couple of the original mugs as models both for sculpting and for labeling.


Coating the insides white to match the originals.


Copying the writing style wasn't easy and there were far more letters in these names so they are smaller too.


I coated the writing and faces with clear gloss and let them dry overnight.


Oh No which is the Trader Jim's mug and which is the ExoticTramp mug? Good thing I didn't have to guess because they had reversed positions on the turntable. I could just make out some raised letters under the green glaze.


Now I painted on their chosen colors. British Phone Booth Red for Sian and...








Black Satin for James.





So they would match the originals I even flattened the bottoms and left them bare.


Here's to the last weekend day. I'll be glazing. What are you doing?

Cheers, Wendy




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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-27 07:36 am   Permalink

Progress Report Wish List #5

We had friends come to visit yesterday so I just got one mug done. Jen Tiki you said, "surprise me". If this isn't a good surprise let me know and I can change it to all blue on the outside before I fire.

First I did the lime green into the largest of the indentations.




I covered the face with the green clear glaze. Bobs face will be white when fired. I did the inside of the mug in stripes but Dan said it would look better, as you requested it, as all lime green so I changed that back. See the last photo. The rest of the outside is deep Caribbean blue.


It's hard to see how this will look with the clashing green face so glaring. See the color strips on the table for the actual color choices, first stripe in both. Your mug will darken up in the kiln.














If this doesn't meet your Wishes expectations just let me know and I'll absolutely fix it.

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Today is very special. I only have one Wish List #5 project left and it is for Tiki Wahini. Yes that's spelled the way she like it.

I picked out all the glazes for her Rasta Bob yesterday. I'm up early to get a start on her mug. There is just enough space in the kiln to fire all the rest of the Wish List this mug and hat included.


Once the kiln is turned on I will be working on the Hula Girl Hot Tubs


and also on all of Dan's Wishes. Sitting in front of him.


When those are done I'll continue working on the Sacramento Crawl mug which we started last December

(The mug will be a HUGE fogcutter mug)




and on and off I'll finish all of these speculation mugs.


This has been a busy year so far and it's not even close to being finished.

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I have been accepting Wish List #6 orders and I've started a binder. You may send them to me at any time but I won't be working on them until the Sacramento Crawl is over in October.

Thank you all for your continued support that makes this so much fun. I live for your posts here. Tiki Ano it's time for a Tiki Ari update!

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Opps missed showing one project. lunavideogames the space ship bowl is actually going to be before Dan's projects get started.

Just a teaser.


Pouring a bowl is a mess.


Trimming the top because...


Hope to see you here tomorrow. Cheers, Wendy









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JenTiki
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Posted: 2015-04-27 12:08 pm   Permalink

Yay!!! That's even better than I planned! No need to change anything! Can't wait to see the final result!

 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-04-27 10:27 pm   Permalink

Wow
Awesome
Dig those custom name Bobs
Hmmmmmm


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-28 10:15 am   Permalink

JenTiki terrific. I need you to PM your email address and shipping address so we can get this shipped soon.

hang10tiki I have a lot of work yet to do on all those mugs and it should be lots of fun.

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Progress Report #5

The last mug to glaze is Rasta Bob for Tiki Wahini. I wanted something difficult to close the this run of Wishes.

I started with the inside of the knitted Bob Marley cap.


I removed my finger and let it drain back into the jar.


I painted the face and the red on the cap.


Next the dreds got 3 layers of glaze.


Then two layers of clear on the face.


Now it was time to glaze behind the guitar.


First layer of yellow on the tapa body.


Next the cap was finished with the classic Marley yellow and green.


Time to add glaze to all the carved tapa designs plus the Maryjane design.


All done and posing.









I put him out in the 90 degree sun to dry so I could put him in the kiln to fire.


The Wish List is finished being glazed and every piece fit into the kiln. They completed firing this morning at 9 am. Hopefully they will be cooled by tomorrow evening so I can open the kiln. There's always a chance of glaze skips so there might be needed tune ups. So today I will start glazing the Hula Girl Hot Tubs so I can fill the kiln if touch ups are needed.



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lunavideogames here are more photos of the Spaceship in progress.

I started out with an idea of what I wanted to accomplish. I cast two bowls.


I trimmed the edges flat and added a whole bunch of sticky clay.



I flipped one over and stuck them together.



I cleaned up the outside.


Next I cut out the center of the top bowl and cleaned up this sticky clay you can see on the inside.


Then I cut some more clay from around the top edge.


I pressed it into this shape as Dan walked up to the table. "Why are you making a bedpan?" he asked.


Stay tuned to see if I can fix this design!!! Wendy


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TikiHula
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Posted: 2015-04-28 3:16 pm   Permalink

Maori lamp Maori lamp Maori lamp Maori lamp Maori lamp so excited to see it finished
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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-04-28 4:13 pm   Permalink

Wow Wendy, the Rasta Bob is really shaping up nicely. Love the colors and the texture of the dreads!

Also, really excited to read about the wish list #5 kiln firing...Yay!!!


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Tikiwahini
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Posted: 2015-04-28 4:42 pm   Permalink

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Progress Report #5

The last mug to glaze is Rasta Bob for Tiki Wahini. I wanted something difficult to close the this run of Wishes.

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LOVE!!! Rasta Bob! So exciting to see the process. Bake him up!


 
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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-04-28 5:06 pm   Permalink

Baseball season really cuts into my free time. That, and I'm training for a 5k. I don't think most people train for 5k since they're only a little over 3 miles but I can't run that far all at once so I am. It's in June and I'm hoping I won't have to walk. Not that there's any shame in that, I keep telling myself. So I apologize for not getting back to you, but that's okay. I'm pretty sure I'll love it as is and since I never put your mug in the dishwasher if we add to it with cold paint that's ok too.

I'm pretty sure I saw my mug in the kiln so it's firing now!!!!!!!!!!

I love the lime green and Caribbean blue combination. Can't wait to see that one glazed.

Can't wait for the big reveal!
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Posted: 2015-04-28 9:37 pm   Permalink

Dan-0: bedpan, that was funny
Lori- run run run
Wendy- open that kiln


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-29 09:40 am   Permalink

TikiHula the kiln is almost cool enough. The lamp will ship out this week if it has enough glaze to make it just right.


Tyber Tiki

Tyber Tiki I'll open it today and start taking photos. I should have them to post by tomorrow!


Tikiwahini your Rasta Bob got fried last night. Photos tomorrow.


LoriLovesTiki after you see your photos just let me know if it needs more.
I always think of Dawn when Caribbean blue is used. Love her paintings.


hang10tiki see the bedpan fix coming right up!


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I've made a Space Ship. Here are some more step by steps. First I needed to remove the resemblance to a bed pan.

I cut out a wedge from one end and added sticky clay.


I pressed it together and formed one end of the ship.


Now I did it to the other end.


That part is done. Top view and


side view.


Since this will be a drinking vessel rather than actually fly I'm keeping parts of it open for fuel.
This will be made in three parts and then fused together. I'll show you why in the future.

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The Wish List has been made and now I've moved on to the Hula Girl Hot Tubs.

I had one that had a crack and that one will be Dan's. So here is how I've repaired it.

In 2011 I bought a big piece of paper clay. It has since dried into a rock. When I need some I chip it off the block and add water. It softens up really fast.


This is the crack that needs repair. This will be Dan's mug.


I had a bit too much water added to the clay. A paper towel will easily leach it out.


I used both my fingers and a wet brush to get the paper clay in the right place and smoothed. It doesn't shrink when it dries.


I gathered up most of the glazes that I would need for this project.


I keep a plastic chopping board on the floor for pounding glaze lids that are stuck. It helps me loosen them without yelling, Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!


I decided that there is water in the Hot Tub. I picked the prettiest speckled blue and poured it in.


I moved it around all the sides of the coconut and then poured it out. It only takes one time to get it thick enough. Always spray water on your bisque item before you do any glazing. It makes it adhere better and also in this case to not make it too thick.


The water level is half way up her breasts.


I cleaned the white rim and then glazed it with clear. It still needs to look like a coconut.


I picked out some more glaze colors and


started work on her body.


I added black to the wording on the bottom and wiped it clean.


Then I began to glaze the coconut. Bottom first.


I would paint a section and lay the mug in a way to let it dry before I moved on.


After the three layers of skin tone I started on her hair.


I finished the hair the flower and the nipples.


She's all done and posing.

















Her face will be done with enamel after she fires. Tiny detail often just blends in so I prefer to keep it neat.

The kiln is cooling cooling cooling!!! Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2015-04-29 4:12 pm   Permalink

Hiya, Wendy!
I didn't expect to like it - but Hula Girl Hot Tub is amazing!
I'm looking forward to seeing it fired.
Cheers!
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Posted: 2015-04-29 6:44 pm   Permalink

Yeah Wendy, I'm digging the hot tub hula girl too! I think it's the water up to her "girls!" I'd better not show that picture to Jeff or he'll be upset I didn't get him one of those instead.
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JenTiki
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Posted: 2015-04-30 08:56 am   Permalink

So ... what about a Hot Tub Hula Boy? Maybe later in the year?

 
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Posted: 2015-04-30 10:16 am   Permalink

I am trying to be patient. But, please, open that kiln!!!

 
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