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Tiki Central Forums Creating Tiki Other Crafts Wendy Cevola 11/21/17 Day Six on the Big Island of Hawaii Hilo side, We found our friends.
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Wendy Cevola 11/21/17 Day Six on the Big Island of Hawaii Hilo side, We found our friends.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-06-11 08:59 am   Permalink


hang10tiki thank you, thank you very much. Do I sound like Elvis?

RVICTOR not shaving is fun for him. I get surprised every time I look at him. The feeling about you as an artist is mutual.

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Enchanted Tiki Room Swap. After Dan choose the tiki mug he wanted me to make for him I chose the one I wanted to make for the swap.


I started with a different variety of my fogcutter mugs.


I cleaned it up and


then I began to build the tiki with sticky clay. This is the clay I cut off the tops of cast mugs. I just add some slip to it to keep it moist. As long as you keep the air bubbles out you can build anything with it.


One step at a time to build


the face and eyes and


then the mouth.


All done sculpting it.











These two mugs are now drying with one more clay project I'm making for an art show run by Tiki Roots Rocka.

Cheers, Wendy

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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-06-11 3:33 pm   Permalink

Wendy, your Enchanted Tiki Room mugs look great! Can't wait to see what choices you make for the glaze.

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-06-12 09:02 am   Permalink

Tyber Tiki I'm going to try to match the colors that I can see in the photo. I learned how to do better glazing when I did the octopus for IDoVooDoo. By the way, He is picking up this mug and his other Wishes tomorrow. We are looking forward to seeing him and his wife.



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Every day possible we have been working on the Sacramento (Cap City) Crawl mug. These photos start on 2/27/15 and end on 3/31/15. One mug a day.

Cleanup to perfect each mug is around 2 hours. I have a lot of carving to do on the right screen side of the tiki.


I put them on our dining-room table as they are ready to dry.


I would pour another one for the next day and start over.


Eventually I started storing the fixed mugs on a shelf in the garage.


Another day another mug.


Another day another mug.


There are so many steps. Molds leak some and so each day the


mold pieces must be cleaned well


or they will not fit together and there will be larger leaks.


When the first 10 are on the shelf you begin to feel really happy.


For every mug we poured Dan did the clean up.


I started sanding and fine tuning the carving that each mug needed and then


Dan would use the air compressor to dust them.


The bottom level of the kiln is filled. When this first bisque firing is done they can touch each other. When they are glazed they cannot touch so the loads will hold a smaller number of mugs.


As soon as I had a full load we bisque fired. That meant it was time for Dan to fill the tubs for washing.


We brought them out and be began to


scrub and rinse them.


Now they go back into the house to await glazing.


A lot of steps to the finish but it's all worth it. Wendy

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-06-12 3:15 pm   Permalink

Love the Enchanted Tiki Room art swap mug
Hope it ends up in Vegas
Lots of time into the SacCrawl Mug, looks sweet.....
Is it getting hot out for you guys yet?
Getting warm here, will hit 100 tomorrow



 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-06-13 08:51 am   Permalink

hang10tiki it's been up to 108 and then dropped to 66 now it's back up again. It's crazy weather. I just hope it doesn't ruin the crops that did get an allotment of water. Cherries burst with a little rain and it was heavy here.

I'm so happy with this mug. I still have to glaze all of them.

I'm glad you like the mug. I wish Disney had made them and we could all be hunting them down for our collections.

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Today is special IDOVooDoo, Lloyd AlohaHAHA and Vance and Jenae are coming over to retrieve their art. This will be a play day for us.

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Back to the Sacramento (Cap City) Crawl mug. These photos were taken from April 8th through May 1st. Making a run of mugs takes a long time. We have been making one mug per day. We cast in the afternoon and the next morning it comes out of the mold and I spend two hours cleaning and craving it into the best mug I can make.

Now many have dried. Again I take each one and sand it and fine tune the carving.


Dan has air compressed off the dust and we've loaded the bottom and then


a top shelf with mugs and even the bottom of my space ship fit.


We started this project in January so that we could cast one mug per day. This many didn't fit into the kiln!


The load is done and ready to come out of the kiln.


The pouring of mugs is ongoing and here the mold is drying with a fan on it. That fan has run for 4 months without dying.


In the house the washed mugs continue to add up.


We have now cast 70 mugs. I'm still deciding if I will make this a run of 80, 90 or 100 and then break the mold.


But for now I've told Dan we can stop pouring at 70 and he's so happy!


Really happy!!!


This many of the 70 still need to be sanded and fine tuned.


Dan's happiness is short lived. I put him to work sanding the tops and bottoms of all these mugs.


I keep checking on him and every time something looks different. Check one.


Check two.


Check three.


Check four.


Check five.


Check six.


Check seven.


Check Eight.


Check nine. Now I've got it. Each time I check his beard has grown longer. He's been at this sanding for days!


Now they are waiting for me!


First I fine tune the carving one last time.


We always wear the masks. You just can't see all the dust, asthma is a killer and this dust is a precursor.


Then I carefully sand each mug.


Another load into the kiln.


The fired top load and


the fired bottom load.


Another month gone and lots of work left to do.

Cheers, Wendy

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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-06-13 11:26 pm   Permalink

Wendy and Dan,

We had a great time visiting today! I made out like a Bandit! And you and Gina being sneaky, getting me a '13 Crawl Mug! So cool!

Thank you so much for your hospitality, and sharing your amazing collection with us! Dan has inspired me to add some foliage to our Lounge!





 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-06-14 09:03 am   Permalink

IDoVoodoo I love this photo. I also found your post of fb where you made the planks and I shared that to my timeline. See below for more.

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Hello Friends. Dan and I took a day off to play with friends who also collect my art. Here's the visit is a nutshell.

Jenae and Vance Klinke came to pick up their Hula Girl Hot Tub and Honu Tiki Bob.


They surprised us with TWO bottle of wine. Thank you both very much.


Then came IDoVooDoo and his wife Gina. They picked up their necklace the Snake Charmer Bowl and his Custom Coconut mug


That was modeled after his arm tattoo.


Geoffrey then surprised us with his art. We had none of these in our collection and they were on our bucket list.


Thank you so much. When we have them perfectly displayed I'll post more photos here and on your fb page.





Lloyd AlohaHAHA arrived to get his Zombie Mug. I made this and then broke the mold.


Then came the tour.











We had a wonderful visit and then everyone headed home.



Thank you everyone for coming to our home and for the gifts. Until next time, Wendy and Dan




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Lloyd*AloHHHa
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Posted: 2015-06-14 10:17 pm   Permalink

Much mahaloz to Dan & Wendy and here's to the eternal blessing of making new friends! A hui hau...



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Lloyd*AloHHHa
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Posted: 2015-06-14 11:46 pm   Permalink

Found a spot for my OUTSTANDING 2012 Sac-Ohana Crawl mug done by our BLESSING of an artist Wendy Cevola!





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danlovestikis
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LloydAlohaHAHA thank you for the visit and the photos. We enjoyed our time with you.

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Beard update. I combed it out just before I did the trim. It's fun to play with his beard.


Our lawn front and back. Saving every drip we can. This drought is scary.


I was sitting at the table glazing when this came on the news. I can walk to this corner. I went outside and could see the news helicopter buzzing overhead. I'm so sorry for those of you who have just the opposite problem with too much rain and flooding.


Only one home was damaged and no one was hurt. Our fire department saved the day! It's super dry everywhere.


Dan set up and filled the buckets.


The crawl mugs are out of the kiln and needing to be washed.


I'm the scrubber and Dan's in charge of one last rinse in clear water..


I use sponges on sticks for the insides and


stiff brushes on the outside. They float and that helps so much.


You can see how much dust came off in my bucket and how clear Dan's is since I scrubbed so well.


All this water is poured on our bushes to save them. We do water them once a week which is allowed.


I threw in a bucket and hit a pruned stem. Ouch!


They have been carried into the house and covered with a tarp to prevent any dust from settling on them. Dust prevents glaze from sticking. It crawls away from the tiniest spec that you can't even see.


The next day it was time to start the glaze tests. I decided to just do one to see how well an IN glaze which shows detail would react to the troughs down the sides.


I poured in a peacock crystal glaze by Mayco into the inside. After the extra had drained out I wiped the edge clean.


I glazed the bottom where my name and the date is located.


Now the first layer goes on.


I let it dry overnight and


then I added a second layer.


The next day when the mug was again dry I chose colors for parts of the raised areas.


Now for the EXPERIMENT. I used CN glazes on top of the IN glazes. I wanted to see if I could skip the step of removing glaze before adding this one. I'd never done that before because my guess is that it wouldn't work.








Once it was dry it entered the kiln with the space ship and Wish List Projects. The date is 5/5/15


Cheers, Wendy





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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-06-15 6:27 pm   Permalink

No matter how many times I see your progress pictures it still continues to amaze me. Even though each day you only make one mug you and Dan are an amazing mug making duo! And seeing how hard you work on each and every one I feel kinda guilty with how little we pay for your art. I'm grateful, don't get me wrong but still slightly guilty nonetheless!

Amazing, amazing work!
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Posted: 2015-06-16 06:57 am   Permalink

Wow
This is one great page of fun....


Except the wrist injury photo

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Matt Reese
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Posted: 2015-06-16 07:08 am   Permalink

You guys have some of the best ideas..... so amazing.

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-06-16 11:11 am   Permalink

LoriLovesTiki thank you. Tikis are a luxury when brought into a home. I never want to price my work so that only a few can afford it.

hang10tiki I'm posting as much as a whole month each time. I'm playing catch-up without fries. OK that's corny.

Matt Reese thank you. We try hard to come up with projects that people will keep in their collections and enjoy after we are long gone.

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Update Sacramento Crawl Mug (Cap City Crawl October 2, 3, 4, 2015)

OK right off I will say that my glaze experiment was a total failure. Even the IN glaze failed on this mug. Here's the story in photos.

I opened the kiln after it cooled for 30 hours. I always want the temperature inside the kiln to be equal to or lower than the outside. That prevents cracking.


First I saw that none of the CN glaze survived being on top of an IN glaze. So never again, EXPERIMENT OVER!


I also noticed that 2 layers of IN just ran off. It was too thin on the outer portions of the mug it also


didn't stay put in the troughs. It just ran off to the bottom of the mug. I am so glad I didn't do the required 3 layers.


If I hadn't had the mug on spikes while firing it would have put glaze all over the kiln shelf. (the shelf has a kiln wash layer to prevent sticking but that would have pulled off with the mug and then I'd have to repaint the kiln wash onto the shelf again)


I will find a way to make this mug completely dishwasher safe with glaze only but I wanted to show how it will eventually turn out so I painted this one mug with enamel paint. This is not the color that the run will be glazed with, this is a failure.
















It will take a lot of work to perfect these mugs but I'm willing to do it. If you want to sign up for this huge fogcutter mug just let me know by posting here or by PM or on facebook and I'll add you to the list. Doing this crawl mug is something special and dear to my heart so I keep the price low. $80 each plus shipping if needed.

I will make 70 for the crawl and 30 more specials for a grand total of 100 and then the mold will be broken. Dan takes most of the specials as payment for the work he does to help me. There is also one half of one messed up mug that I rescued that Dan will keep. It's missing the top half with the sign.

Next will be the search for the perfect glazes that will make this mug a keeper. Cheers, Wendy





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Even though you consider this mug glazing a failure I love it! That green color is FANTASTIC! To us, even your "mistakes" are wonderful!
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