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Wendy Cevola 11/22/17 Day Seven on the Big Island of Hawaii in the town of Pahoa.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-04-30 3:00 pm   Permalink




ebtiki it's fun that the whole thing just came about because I had an extra hula girl and an extra coconut to use up. I'm glad it happened and glad you like it. You mug came out of the kiln and is perfect.

LoriLovesTiki there is always Wish List #6 at the end of this year. I've started the binder and it's filling with orders. Also I don't think you will want to add any cold to your mug.

JenTiki I've never sculpted a hula boy. I would have to take a survey to see if I would have enough orders. I could just put a small Bob in the coconut! You mug has some thin areas and will need to be glazed and fired again.

IDoVoodoo I did, I just need to take photos. Your bowl has one small area on the outside where the glaze is thin and needs to be touched up and re-fired. The glazes I chose are beautiful.

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I reached the point of exhaustion today. I just pushed a bit too long. I will have photos soon. I opened the kiln. I found small areas where the glaze was too thin on some projects. We just got back from Alpha Fired Arts where I bought more glaze. I even got some in the same colors but that functions differently. Professor G's mugs needed a change to make it work. Now I'm set up to start again. I will be adding glaze to some projects and re-firing.

I am going to photograph projects that came out fine and will be ready to ship if approved by the person who ordered it. Then I'll show those with glitches and the fix.

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I'm going to take photos tomorrow. Sorry everyone I'm a senior citizen and I need a nap. Wendy

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Posted: 2015-04-30 4:20 pm   Permalink

Put a BOB in the coconut! Put a Bob in the coconut!!!!

OR a small tiki sculpture would be cute.

Can't wait for the opening! I'm taking my older son to see a college in North Jersey so I'll be away from the computer tomorrow. Will check in when I get back.
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Posted: 2015-04-30 7:26 pm   Permalink

Yes can't wait to see the open kiln! But please Wendy, TAKE A BREAK. You have been on fire, and I know creatively sometimes it's good to take a break, do something else, and get recharged. You've earned it, you're retired, take a vacation!

And then... let's see the mugs.
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Posted: 2015-05-01 07:32 am   Permalink

Totally agree with Woodtiki. Wendy you've been doing such a great job of providing us a detailed and very interesting glimpse into your day-to-day art making process that a break is definitely in order. Please do take some time away to rest and recharge the mind and body!


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Posted: 2015-05-01 08:43 am   Permalink

Dig da hula girl cookin in a coconut

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-05-01 09:45 am   Permalink

Woodtiki thank you Woody. I needed it. I woke up this morning refreshed however Dan had me walk with him to the grocery store. We bought too much. Carrying it home in the heat was hard.

The good news is that last night I was ready to photograph everything in the kiln and I got it done. See Below!

Tyber Tiki I'm ready to share. Thank you all for understanding that I needed a break.


hang10tiki the coconut oil is good for her skin!

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Progress Report on Wish List #5

Glazing is so tricky. If I add too much I can lose the detail. If I don't add enough I may need to add more and fire a second time. I chose to be careful with the detail. Even still there were surprises when I opened the kiln.

For me even one small defect is something I would try my best to correct. Every time I glaze I learn something. This time around I had problems with the Tiki Bob faces leaching color into the white face. I don't know if I can correct it but I'm going to try. I like clean edges.

Here we go. I'm starting with those that I think came out of the kiln just fine.

If what I show is your project please feel free to tell me if you didn't get your wish fulfilled. I am always willing to start over or to cancel your order. I want everyone happy, that's my goal.

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Tiki Hula you requested and I heard you! Here are the Photos for Tyber Tiki's two projects.

First is a small Tiki Bob statue that had the glaze leach into the white face. I can either try to cover it with glaze or paint the face with white enamel since it is a statue. Tyber Tiki you choose. the enamel is fast and I can ship to you sooner or I can try to fix it with glaze.










Tyber Tiki are you happy with this glaze? If I were to make the background darker the carving wouldn't stand out as much.
This glaze is called Expresso.

I'm showing a lot of photo here because this is your chance to evaluate if it meets your expectations.

Out of the kiln in natural light.











Black Velvet photos with a flash.











Photos to compare with the alternate glaze.














Check your PM's for a message.

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Next up are the two mugs I made for Pocketiki of England. We are doing a trade.







Shall I box them up?

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This mug #8 mirror image with changes from Jen Tiki's #8 is for Kenneth G. McNeil.

The glaze I used moved and did some overflow from one part of the carving to the next.


Check it out and see if it's acceptable.












Next up is his second Wish for a Fun Fake Tiki Bob.

Being realistic I don't think I can paint smaller words on this mug with enamel. The real mug was done with a decal that was printed by a machine. I'm not that good.





Doing each of these letters with three layers worked but


I still ended up with a bit of leaching at the chin with the brown glaze.


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This is a good place to stop for today because I have work waiting for me.

Please critique your projects carefully and get back to me here or by Personal Message.


Thank you, Wendy







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On 2015-04-30 15:00, danlovestikis wrote:
JenTiki I've never sculpted a hula boy. I would have to take a survey to see if I would have enough orders. I could just put a small Bob in the coconut!


A small Bob would be cute, but not the same as a hotty in the hot tub.

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You mug has some thin areas and will need to be glazed and fired again.


Will I get to see it before the fix, or do I have to wait for another kiln-full is fired? I gotta see it!!!


 
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Holy Tiki! That's gorgeous!


 
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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-05-01 1:00 pm   Permalink

Incredible Wendy! The Maori lamp is perfect and we are so happy with the results!!! The glaze really shows off the detailed carving so I would not change a thing. This has so far exceeded anything I could have ever imagined. I cant wait to put the lamp together. I'll be sure to post pictures.

I also really love how the Small Tiki Bob Statue turned out and totally agree with your proposal of painting the fix using white enamel paint.

Thanks again for taking on my wish list request, I am so grateful to both you and Dan for putting so much effort (including Dan sacrificing his back lifting the massive mold) into the Maori's creation. I promise that my future wish list requests while challenging will be smaller in nature.

Can't wait to see the rest of Wish List #5


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JenTiki I've just come up to check on messages and I'll stay here to paint Tyber Tiki's little statue. I might as well post your mug photos right now. It needs to be glazed all over again. There is also a spot of clay I should have seen and removed. I'll use a dremmel to take it off. I do have a blue green glaze that isn't called Caribbean that is a bit darker. Would you like me to use it?


Tyber Tiki Excellent. I'll get the little statue painted and baked and then it will be time to ship.


Wish List #5. This one is for Jen Tiki. It needs work!















Small spot of clay.


Not enough glaze. That's a tired looking finger. So much art to make and so little time!


Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2015-05-01 1:29 pm   Permalink

Love this part of the show
Amazing


 
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Posted: 2015-05-01 4:16 pm   Permalink

That super carved, super large Maori for Tyber Tiki came out FANTASTIC!!! I love how the glaze highlights the carvings!!! Amazing work, it will make a great lamp!
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Posted: 2015-05-01 8:53 pm   Permalink

Wendy, your thread is the highlight of my TikiCentral browsing!

 
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Posted: 2015-05-02 07:55 am   Permalink

they're all great, but the lamp is really amazing!

 
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hang10tiki

LoriLovesTiki

IDoVoodoo

kingstiedye


Thank you all so much for your comments. This is what makes my days so special. I appreciate everyone who looks at or comments on my thread. We live the tiki life.

I am so happy with my decision to make the sculpture of the Maori lamp blank so that each one will be carved in a unique way keeping each one a 1/1 design. I already have one ordered for Wish List #6. I've started the order binder but the projects won't start until the end of this year. Too many projects underway right now.

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Wish List #5 progress report.


First up is Johnny Velvet's supercarved Tiki Bob.











There was some leaching of brown onto the chin. I had this problem a lot this time around. I'm not sure if it can be fixed but I'm going to try. If I can't fix it I will discount the mug.


Next up is hang10tikis two Tiki Bob's. One holding a coconut and


one holding a Tiki Bob.














More than one leached spot on these two Bob's. I have work to do to see if I can fix them or not.


Next up is LoriLoveTiki's Tiki Bob.














One after the next I have Tiki Bob's needing help. Even the black of the eyes spread out a bit on this mug.



Now for IDoVooDoo's Snake Charmer bowl. I haven't yet painted on the face because this has an area to be re-glazed too.














One thin area of glaze. This is an easy fix.



If my glazes had behaved I'd be shipping like crazy. Instead I'll be fine tuning these to see if I can fix them.
I'll try to put up the rest of the Wish List photos tomorrow. So if you haven't seen yours they will be here soon.
Just to name a few, Tiki Vato, RVICTOR, Wood Tiki, ebtiki, none of those need repairs.

Now it's time to go to work. Cheers, Wendy


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