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Wendy Cevola 9/24/17 Glazing a huge Tiki Bob Bowl.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-05-06 12:56 pm   Permalink

This is the Space Ship project for the art show at Tiki Oasis 15. This is a ship designed by a woman (me) for a woman space traveler. When she lands her craft, called Rotorua Rocket, it can be filled with fuel that can be drunk by earthlings like herself.

I cast one of my hula girls.


She needs to have her hands free for steering the craft so I cut off the arms and hands.


Next I started to repair these areas.


I made a new set of arms, a steering structure and a lower body that will keep her upright in the control area of the craft.


Fine tuned and ready


to dry.


I cast a cannibal pot.


I turned it over and cut out the window.


Next I checked the fit into the bowl aka bottom portion of the craft.


I added some side jets to the craft.


These should have flames coming out of them.


I decided that the top portion needs some doodads.


Now that they are added


I checked to see how well she fit into her craft. She barely (ha ha) fit. So after this top shrinks from drying and the bisque fire I wouldn't be able to get her inside her ship.


So I added two back windows. I can tilt her in with her head out one window and then bring her body down into position. Now I started to do some carving on the ship.


Even more carving.


I added doodads to the ships "bowl" and did similar carving on it.


Then I decided that I might as well carve the inside of the bowl too.


All done.


Even though it is drying the pieces still fit together well.


These pieces all dried for 3 weeks. Then I sanded it all and put them into the kiln.


Once they came out of the kiln I scrubbed them really well.


Nothing cracked or exploded. All is well.


I put all three pieces together.











This sat under a plastic table cloth until yesterday when I glazed it. Photos tomorrow.


I know my craft is energy efficient. I just hope it flies. Cheers, Wendy




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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2015-05-06 1:16 pm   Permalink

Looks great Wendy. Can't wait to see it "take off!"

 
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2015-05-06 3:06 pm   Permalink

We had fun on Oahu and Maui! Wish we could have been there when you were there

Climbed some mountains...

Found some blowholes...




Made friends with the locals...

Watched some sunsets... (like 10)

Visited some mugmakers...

And came back with some mugs!

Scott and Rob were super nice guys, showering me with gifts and everything. Gecko has been busy making mugs. We are happy to have so much cool stuff to bring back. Every mug maker gave me a shirt, now I have plenty of cool clothes. Picked up some Aloha shirts from Bailey's too. Fun trip!


 
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TikiVato
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Posted: 2015-05-06 5:20 pm   Permalink

I got Cactus Bob in the mail today. Nice packing job Wendy and Dan. Cactus Bob was quickly greeted by Tiki Bobbetts,

then joined the other Bobs.


Thank you Wendy for all the hard work and attention to detail in all the mugs you handcraft.
I will update pictures of Cactus Bob when he makes it to his home in the desert.
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-05-06 9:01 pm   Permalink

Wendy- wow, killer space ship
Treg- great pics of Hawaii Bruddah
Vato- awesome Bob collection
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MadDogMike
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Posted: 2015-05-06 9:13 pm   Permalink

Very cool ship Wendy, gonna glaze-fuse the pieces together?


 
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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-05-06 9:25 pm   Permalink

Wendy, that piece is out of this world!

Love the carving on the ship the mostest- and love how you are able to see your pre-existing forms recreate themselves in new forms. Inspired stuff!

And yes, "barely...."



Treg, great photos.

TikiVato, Boberiffic!

I admit I haven't been around TC much recently, time to read back a few pages... please stand by.


Okay, I'm back after checking the past few pages- holy cow! I missed the kiln opening! Wow, that lamp is absolutely stunning. Love all of the Wish List projects- Jon's Bob Combo might be my favorite of THIS Wish List- but all are amazing. Rasta Bob came out great- and I also love that interior glaze on the Hula Girl bowl.

SO excited to see the Tiki Modern mug get glaze fired- WOW.

The only thing I can think of re: glazes leeching into Tiki Bob's face would be, once again, to use wax resist on top of the white. You can dilute the wax resist quite a bit with water so it lasts longer/ goes further. Then again, if you haven't had this problem before there must be a reason why it happened. Or, possibly not- maybe the kiln gods were just playing with you on this load?

To this photo, I can only say, "Dan, it might be time to stop day drinking."




Wendy, you might find this interesting- my clay studio had a French visiting artist come and do a demonstration last weekend- I missed it (had to work), but I've seen a video of how he works. It shows quite a bit what happens inside a kiln as it fires. He raku fires pieces, then opens up the kiln and adds glaze when it's at temperature. The glaze quickly hardens (into glass) midair and leads to some pretty spectacular results. This isn't quite tiki, but glaze related- so thought you might want to see. He calls it "Raku Punk."

Here's the link to some photos from that day:
http://californiaphotodreams.smugmug.com/Clients/Jean-Francois-BOURLARD/

You can also look up by "Raku Punk" or by his name, above. This video shows the process. It's in French, so I don't know what's being said, but it might be interesting for us clay folk:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB9KVoHzcxs

Sorry for the long post!

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RVICTOR
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Posted: 2015-05-07 11:50 am   Permalink

Wendy -
Thanks for the Tiki Modern Mug. It came out great! Very happy with it being my first Cevola Mug.


Here it is next to the other mugs in the collection...It really stands out.


I can tell all the time and energy you put into this mug...it will always have a special place in my collection.


Robert




 
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2015-05-07 1:04 pm   Permalink

RVICTOR - That looks to me to be the best mugs based on a book in my opinion. Great idea and amazing workmanship!

 
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TikiHula
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Posted: 2015-05-07 2:15 pm   Permalink

Yep, I got to see it just before she shipped it - rvictor you are a lucky man. That is one of her best!

Treg - looks like you had a great time in the Islands. See ya soon at Caliente.

Wendy, that spaceship looks great and I'm excited to see it finished!
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Atomic Tiki Punk
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Posted: 2015-05-07 2:38 pm   Permalink

Crazy good (well great really!) Wendy.

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-05-08 09:20 am   Permalink

lunavideogames me too!

lunavideogames wonderful photos, there can never be too many. I recognize some of the places. Maui Rob and Beachbumz made our visit super special. It's fun to visit Maui just to see them. Same with Tiki Oasis it's all the friends that make it wonderful.

TikiVato Cactus Bob looks very happy. He sure is in good company. You have a wonderful collections. I look forward to seeing him on vacation at the desert. No hurry when he shows up it will be a fun occasion. Thank you so much for the photos.

hang10tiki (((:

MadDogMike yep you figured that out. I needed to get all the glaze perfect and then do one last firing to fuse them. Then I will still need to paint on her face. It's fun to cut loose. You do it all the time and we all appreciate your creativity.

TikiAno it's so good to have you visit. I know how your business is busy!!! Also I don't know how you ever stop just staring at your beautiful boy long enough to type!

I'm enjoying the positive comments on my Rocket Ship design, thank you.

SO excited to see the Tiki Modern mug get glaze fired- WOW.

The only thing I can think of re: glazes leeching into Tiki Bob's face would be, once again, to use wax resist on top of the white. You can dilute the wax resist quite a bit with water so it lasts longer/ goes further. Then again, if you haven't had this problem before there must be a reason why it happened. Or, possibly not- maybe the kiln gods were just playing with you on this load?

To this photo, I can only say, "Dan, it might be time to stop day drinking."

Opening the kiln is fun but as I check each piece over I always spot more work to do.

Raku is a good way to burn yourself. It is fascinating to know someone thought it up.

Longer the posts the better. This was a good one.

RVICTOR I enjoy watching your thread and seeing what you make. Thank you for the photo. We are already missing that mug!

lunavideogames RVICTOR came up with a wonderful Wish and he really challenged me to glaze it this well.


TikiHula thank you. It's fun to do a ceramic for Tiki Oasis but painting each year is important to me as well. I don't want to lose that skill. I'll have it here for you to examine when you visit next.

Atomic Tiki Punk welcome back. Thank you. I'm having so much tiki fun.

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This has been a busy week. The older we get the more doctors appointments and tests we get to have. This week I had a MRI brain scan because I have hearing loss greater on one side than the other. I wasn't worried because my mom became deaf in one ear, the same ear where mine is worse. The scan was negative except for the many tikis in there. I'm hoping for new hearing aids.

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When we last visited kingstiedye aka Bullet he asked me to do some repair work on his tikis. Also I needed to spray some fix on two clay tikis I had made for him in the past. If you paint Sculpey it will eventually turn sticky. I found a ceramic spray that takes the tackiness away.

He gave me a broken hat, at chipped shrunken head hair lid and a glaze skipped Tiki Bai mug.


I used Elmer's wood filler to rebuild the missing pieces.


After they dried over night I could carve the straw hole better.


Sand the hair repair.


I got more filler and made it the right consistency for sculpting.


I added more to the hat to build the brim.


Now they dried over night again and were sanded in the morning.


Now it was time to paint them. First the hair.


I had also filled the glaze skipped areas and sanded them. Now I mixed three colors to get the one on this mug.


I blended them in. This mug will be for display only or the paint will come off.


Next I found a flat ceramic paint to add to the hat. I used my finger to wipe off the brush strokes.


All the projects were finished and I called Bullet to come pick them up.


He did and we had a wonderful fun visit.


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Doctors orders we are going for a walk. I'll try to post more later today. Cheers, Wendy








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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-05-08 12:10 pm   Permalink

Glad the MRI was ok
But I know what's wrong
Ummmmm
YA got a FrankinFink in that ear




The last pic is kool
That's one happy King
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TikiAno
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Posted: 2015-05-08 9:55 pm   Permalink

Wendy, Tiki Ari wanted to say hi, but he was too busy.... drinking. Should I be worried?
(he's using my latest mug out of the kiln-I've neglected posting a bit of my recent clay progress here on TC).



On occasion he comes up for air...



Continue to feel good... so you can keep making beautiful art that makes so many others feel good!

By the way, I (too) love the Space Ship... wowzers.


 
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Woodtiki
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Posted: 2015-05-09 08:26 am   Permalink

That space ship is looking great! What a concept, love it. I love my Bob too! He looks so awesome! Sorry for so many exclamation points, it's just great stuff.
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