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Wendy Cevola 11/20/17 Day Six on the Big Island of Hawaii Hilo side, Discovery in a lava field.
LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-06-05 5:00 pm   Permalink

Another amazing Wendy Cevola creation!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-06-06 1:33 pm   Permalink

Katiki thank you so much. It's fun to meet one of the mysterious viewers of my thread. I'm glad you have written. Messages is what makes it fun for me. I like doing the Wish Lists because I never know what someone will want and how I'll be challenged. Sometimes its something simple and that's nice too.

LoriLovesTiki I'm so happy with this mug and with how much work Dan and I have done up to this point. I'm ahead of schedule and I needed to be on a mug so labor intensive. I'm so glad you like it too.

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Here are more photos of the Sacramento Crawl mug being molded. How I made the next three pieces of a five piece mold.

All the blocks and clay have been removed and it's time to make the next two pieces.


Before putting on the mold box I did all the coats of mold soap.


I did four on and each sat for 5 minutes and then was wiped off afterward. None touched my fingers, it is poison. It's not to be breathed either.


Once that was done I put on the box.


I used the clay ropes/snakes to seal off the joints between the box sides and the first slab and sides. I've found that once these are in places wiping them with a wet paper towel makes the seal even better. Leaking plaster is hard to clean up.


The first time I showed how we mixed the plaster I forgot to show a photo of the plaster dust which can kill you. It will harden up with the moisture in your lungs and never come out.


You can't see any of this dust. The reason it shows up here is the flash on my camera highlighting it.


Just like butter milk means it's ready to pour.


I am doing two pieces. Since it's not taking a lot of plaster I used a cup to pour one side and


then the other side.


Two pieces at once saves time.


I used a wet brush to clean up where some plaster got on the sculpt.


It didn't work too well but in the end it didn't matter.


When the plaster had firmed up some I carved in some locks along the sides.


This shows all the locks I carved.


Now I just picked off the plaster where it didn't belong.


Cleaned and ready for the next mold side. That would be piece number four.


Layers of mold soap.


Wipe between


Face masks. Mix the plaster.


We always have an extra bucket of water in which to spin the mixer clean right away.


Pouring slow.


Pouring fast.


I forgot to show that it was buttermilk after mixing and before we poured it into the box.


Dan does all the outdoor cleanup.


I labeled this slab.


The box is removed.



I cleaned the edges so they would be smooth.


Where you see clay at the end is where the fifth and last piece will be made.


Strapped together it's ready to be worked on.



That's it for today. Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2015-06-07 08:04 am   Permalink

If you haven't already checked out Dawn Frazier's newest creations please take some time to do that, they are so beautiful. I'm a fan of all she creates. If Dan hadn't covered over our walls before I discovered her art we would have many more of her Polynesian landscapes.

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Now it's time to wrap up the mold making sessions for the Sacramento Crawl mug. This is the final piece #5.

To do the last piece I had to dig out all the clay and the plastic jar from the hole.


It was a lot of stuff.


I got it all out except for the circles of cardboard. They looked clean so my expectations that the clay and cardboard protected the bottom of my mug was confirmed.


There it is ready to have it's piece poured.


But first came all the layers of mold soap.


I wore a plastic bag over my hand while wiping off the soap between coats. It protected me from the poison.


Dan decided that putting the mold on my work bench for the last piece would enable him to clean the garage sooner.


I make super heavy molds.


Now in place we can get back to work.


I want to over pour the plaster so I made little clay dams to hold it from running over.


We can mix small batches in a bowl with an electric mixer from a thrift shop.


This is the easiest piece to make.


On the last two molds that we made I stopped banging on the side to remove air bubbles. They seem to rise to the top anyway.


Dan the clean up man. My hero.


45 minutes later the plaster was hard.


We used a rasp to level this last piece with the other pieces.


I chiseled around the last piece so that it wasn't so bonded to the other pieces. This prevents chunks from breaking off.


We didn't have any leaks while pouring plaster so the clean up wasn't too bad.


Dan rejoiced by dressing up for the clean up job. He's so cute.


The next day we took the mold apart. First time around most molds need a good whack to separate the pieces.


I use a vegetable chopper. It's one of my favorite tools for all sorts of clay work.


Dan said every piece was heavy.



Did it work??? I'll show you tomorrow. Cheers, Wendy
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-06-07 10:18 am   Permalink

Great update

Love Dan-0 working in the snow




And this one is classic



 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-06-08 1:48 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki it's fun to see your name here, always.

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Opening the new mold the next day so that the mold would dry faster. This only works if your mold is super thick. If it's not thick it can twist and warp as it dries and you'll either have lots of leaks to plug or the mold will not work at all.

First piece removed.


I hit the vegetable chopper with the rubber mallet so the second piece would come loose.


Dan lifted it out of the way.


Looks good so far.


I turned it around and pried the next piece loose.


Dan lifted it away.


He took off the end piece and


removed the sculpture.


We set the pieces up for the fan to blow air on them.


This fan ran on high from 1/21/15 until 2/13/15 the day we did the first cast.


Three weeks later it's time to put it together and to pour a mug. Here are the first 3 pieces together.


4th piece and then


They are all together and strapped.


Dan mixes the slip. It took 1 gallon of slip to fill this mold.


This mug has lots of detail so we fill it slowly while I hit the side with the rubber mallet.


Going slow and hitting it helps prevent air bubbles from forming.


We filled it to the top. The mug starts so far below this level that I didn't have to top it off during the 2 hours it sits.


We begin to pour it out.


When it's almost empty I check with a flashlight to make sure there is no hang-up of mushy slip at the bottom. It looks good.


It will stay upside down overnight to drain and to firm up.


The slip that was removed it returned to the jar. It will need some water added to get it back to the usable consistency.


I decided that it was easier to keep track of how many we poured by marking the side of the mold with a wax crayon. 1 down. We will need to pour a mug every day we are home to have enough made for the Sacramento Crawl the first weekend in October.


Next will be the opening of the mold to see if the mug is OK or not.

Cheers, Wendy







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Woodtiki
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Posted: 2015-06-08 3:00 pm   Permalink

Wow looking great! That mug is amazing. Can't believe it takes a whole gallon to fill the mold for each pour. This is quite the undertaking.
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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-06-08 3:53 pm   Permalink

Wendy & Dan, we love watching you work!

That mold is super thick, amazing! I hope Dan warmed up before lugging that around .


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TikiHula
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Posted: 2015-06-08 5:11 pm   Permalink

The amount of work that Wendy, with some help from Dan, puts into each mug is simply amazing. It's a good thing you love your hobby as much as you do, Wendy Keep up the great work and we can't wait to see the finished mugs - the crawl is going to be a blast!
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-06-09 06:46 am   Permalink

Nice to see Dan-0 doing his slip shake dance...

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-06-09 09:12 am   Permalink

Woodtiki 1 gallon is correct. The mug isn't going to hold that much. First I've made it with thick walls. That takes 2 hours of the slip sitting in the mold and then it shrinks as it dries and then it shrinks as it bisque fires. Even still it is a huge mug.

Tyber Tiki he is looking forward to the day I retire and he can stop lifting these molds. I sure don't want to stop making tiki art. He reminds me that painting is much lighter in weight.


TikiHula thank you so much. This is a time demanding design but the outcome makes it worth it to me.


hang10tiki we used to go out dancing when the music was 60's. Now Dan runs from most music. You can see here that his beard has started.

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Progress Report for the Sacramento Crawl mug for October 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 2015.

The date is 2/14/15

It's time to open the mold. My fingers were crossed that no chunks would break off of the mold. Tiki Central is my "Cloud" for having photos elsewhere for safety. All my best photos are on this thread and finished works on Gallery.

Straps are off and one mold piece at a time is removed. So far so good.


Two.


Three.


Four.


Lifting this mug is going to be hard. I let it sit and dry for an hour before risking it.


After I get smarter I will cut the top off before lifting. That way I don't have to let it sit.


I am so happy, it is looking good and ready to be cleaned and fine tuned.


I set up the nook in the house as a cleaning station. At the same time I have started the Wish List #5. My days are busy.


I cut off the top and


cleaned it up.


I studied the mold line. There were problems with the mold.


The bird was mushed and the mold where foliage was formed had disintegrated.


I was faced with re-carving all these areas so I got to work. I even re-carved all the vertical lines.


Now I cleaned it up with water.


One mold line down, four to go.


#2.


Cleaned up and re-carved.


After the water sanding.


#3


Cleaned up and re-carved.


#4


Cleaned up and re-carved.


Now I think I'm done and enjoying the mug.


Then I remembered the bottom. I had to wait until the next day so the side were firm.


Now one mug is done. The first one took just over 2 hours to clean up and re-carve.


Keeping on top of the Crawl mugs and Wish List. 2/18/15 I have four mugs cast, one cleaned and you can see what I've done with the Wish List.



A few days later I lined up some mugs so I could look at all the sides.











Here are the 6 Sacramento (Cap City) Crawl mug. The newest will shrink when fired.


This one is the hardest I've made so far. I also hope everyone will think it is the best.


Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2015-06-09 11:33 am   Permalink

Pretty darn cool. I am really liking the Bali Hai mug...really great work Wendy.

One thing I did notice from the photos...Dan lost the beard...I was sort of digging the two-tone/burnout surfer/Portlandia look he had going on...but I also kept on thinking it reminded me of something else...and it didn't come to me until it was gone...



RIP dan's beard...may you be born again someday soon like a fuzzy, furry phoenix.


 
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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-06-09 6:35 pm   Permalink

I can't believe how much the mug shrinks in height as it dries! At first I was wondering why the last mug on the right was taller than the ones next to it then I realized they were a different color, hence the darkest one was not as dry as the lighter ones! I'm so proud of myself for realizing this!!! LOL
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RVICTOR Dan looks so cute in your photo. He has not lost his beard. I started the mug in January along with the Wish List #5. So during the making of the crawl mug you will see the beard grow. He is enjoying not shaving and I'm having fun with a whole new husband. This is his first beard.

I'm so happy that you and others like the mug. It takes a lot of clean up but it's worth it to make something that will last.

LoriLovesTiki I should have used that as a lesson and lined them up according to how much they had dried/shrunk. Between the drying and the bisque firing it's around 10%. So if you start with a ten inch tall mug it will end up as a nine inch mug when finished. You should be proud!

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Maybe you are all participating in the ENCHANTED TIKI ROOM SWAP run by TU that is currently in the works, maybe just watching. Each year that I make something for the swap Dan complains when it goes out the door. So this time I showed him the two tikis that I liked best. I told him to choose one and I'd make it for him. The other one I would do for the swap.

Here's what I made for Dan.


I started with one of my fogcutter casts.


I added lot's of sticky clay to build the pole then I pressed in for the eye sockets.


It looks like a ghost.


I built up the cheeks.


The carving begins.















He's not a perfect match but Dan's happy. Now I can build the one for the swap.

Every day is a tiki clay day, Wendy





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Posted: 2015-06-10 09:37 am   Permalink

The new mug looks great
another HUGE Wendy creation


 
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Posted: 2015-06-10 2:19 pm   Permalink

Wendy - Tell Dan his is down. Glad to hear he is still sporting the man rug. Killer deal.

Your Enchanted Tiki Room mug is absolutely awesome. Your such a fabulous artist. Wonder who is going to be lucky enough to draw your name...


 
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