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Wendy Cevola 9/22/17 Glazing of the last 12 mugs.
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Posted: 2015-07-07 10:55 am   Permalink

Whoa, looks like you're going broader & deeper with some of your carvings now.
The design really jump out.
I like it!

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Posted: 2015-07-07 11:57 am   Permalink

Back from camping yesterday & just saw the pic of my purple Bob!! I love him SO much!!! Can't wait!
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-07-08 09:15 am   Permalink

Philot I have a lot of fun carving but as GROG would say not so much glazing.

KonaKaiBaby . He'll be glossy after he fires and the purple color will change. Fingers crossed that you still like him.


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There are so many steps to making Tiki Bob. Here's the latest group of photos as I work my way through the Tiki Bob marathon. Each glaze was three layers and this took many 12 hour days. I'm just posting a few of too many.














































































































I removed the green glaze with a toothpick and then painted the flowers yellow.









Each Bob that I glaze here will still need the white face and eyes and mouth painted so each of these is only half way done. I'll keep trying to post each day.

I appreciate the comments and the visits. Thank you, Wendy







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KonaKaiBaby
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Posted: 2015-07-08 11:21 am   Permalink

I know I will!

 
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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-07-08 4:36 pm   Permalink

All that glazing - whew! Can't wait to see everything fired!!!!
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2015-07-08 5:58 pm   Permalink

Geez, Dan-O is grabbing up all the Bob's!

Hang10 - Yep, I was 7 in 1985 I am also excited to see the Cat Bob! I will let some of my dog lover friends know about the Puppy Bob!

Looks good Wendy! I am excited to see how all of these Bob's turn out. They are all so unique.


 
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RVICTOR
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Posted: 2015-07-09 06:54 am   Permalink

Wendy - Way to Go. Your really putting out allot of good work. The frankoma volcano bowl is my favorite...what an awesome job. There are so many good ones...the carved Coral Reef, bamboo bob and black widow bob (honestly didn't think I would like it earlier on but you did such an amazing job on the glazing)...All such great work and u make it look so easy.

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-07-09 08:53 am   Permalink



KonaKaiBaby (:

LoriLovesTiki me too.

lunavideogames I told Dan he has to wait on the next batch. Sales then he can go over the leftovers. He doesn't work for free.

I may leave Tiki Bob behind now and just do them if they are requested on the Wish Lists.

RVICTOR we'll see if the kiln delivers good works or messes.


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Here's more of what many 12 hour work days can provide.


















































Not done yet. I'm past this point and just catching up posting photos. I look forward to each morning when I wake up to fun messages. Thank you all, Wendy


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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-07-09 10:22 pm   Permalink

Lookin good

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-07-10 08:28 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I bet you say that to SewTiki every day! Thank you for including my work.

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I decided to do all of the insides of the mugs. I kept the glaze tile with them so I could then select an appropriate color for the outside.


I did a CN solid color and


then I layered other CN glazes on top.


These should not blend or move.


I did one more this way.


Done.


I filled in the carving and


let it dry.


I did 7 unique PNG and Maori Bobs.


Next I wiped it off so that all the carving shows up such as snake skin.


Done and posing.


Close up.





After all of these were cleaned I painted the white areas with cc white under-glaze. Where ever I covered the black glaze I was able to take a tooth pick and scrape off the white to fine tune it again.


Now I had some fun.


All kinds of eyes


on Bob and


on you.


The last project is for the Xiem Clay Show run by Tiki Roots Rocka.


I've chosen a red brown with green highlights glaze called Autumn.















It's Friday, I hope you are all ready for a fun weekend. It rained here today in Sacramento California and we are grateful for every drop.

Cheers, Wendy
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-07-11 3:38 pm   Permalink

It's the weekend and I've seen on facebook lots of photos of those who are attending Tiki Kon in Portland. What a fun time they are all having.

I'm all done with my summer Enchanted Tiki Hut mug.


The inspiration for the mug is the tiki on the left.


When it was out of the kiln I decided that it needed black in the drum slit for I enameled it and baked it.


All done.





It always feels good to finish a project.

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More catch up photos.

We went to Tropical Days at the Cancer Society Thrift Shop. Dan wanted to hula but they only laughed.


They danced while we shopped.


Dan lucked out and found some new lounging shorts!


A different day we went to Alpha Fired arts and bought all the glaze for the Sacramento Crawl mug. Now it's set in "ceramic" and I won't be able to change my mind.


Our fridge after 20 years bit the dust. Our new one was delivered by a Hawaiian hula dancer. No Kidding!


He showed his tattoos and I showed him my mugs. Dan just wore his batman shorts.


Guess who wants this mug? KKB. I painted all the faces white with 2 layers of glaze and let them dry overnight.


Here are all the remaining projects waiting for the next step.


The next day I painted all the eyes and mouths.




























The next day I did two layers of clear over every face.


This is the eyeball mug, they needed clear too.


The next day I loaded the bottom level and


then the top level. I couldn't fit everything into the kiln so a second batch will be done.


Two days later I opened the lid. I notice that a mug had fallen over and was leaning on two other mugs. Horrors! During firing they would have fused together.


When I reached into the kiln I found that it hadn't fallen until the mugs were cool. None had even gotten a chip. Perfect!


Looking at the bottom shelf I could see some horrible problems. More on that coming.


I still had a few that needed to be glazed so I got to it.


Soon the kiln room was filling up. The hot kiln helped to dry them faster.


Here comes the ceramic defects. Another runny nose. It's summer there should be this problem.


That's not a small run either. The last one that happened to I turned it into the Phantom of the Opera Bob.



The next was a test glaze for one of the Sacramento Crawl mugs. The glaze just crawled away leaving all these skips on the inside. The outside was fine.


The lid and


the body of the HUGE Maori jar had glaze skips everywhere on the outside.


The worst part was this glaze was supposed to be more green than brown.


The inside was fine.


Now it was time to fix the problems. First I added more runs to the face of Torch Bob.


I used a completely different glaze to cover the inside of the mug. But first I scrubbed all the skipped areas in case I'd missed dust when scrubbing this mug. Maybe I forgot to wash the inside.


The I choose a new glaze and


coated the whole jar


with a CY yellow glaze. I hope it works. This piece is for a show at XIEM.


After a few hours in the hot wind they were all ready to fire.


Two days later I opened the kiln.





I found one mug that had a skip. I will fire it with the Sacramento Crawl mugs. Next up will be all the photos I took as I unloaded two full kiln loads. Was my HUGE jar repaired? More soon. Cheers, Wendy
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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-07-11 8:33 pm   Permalink

AAAAH, leaving us hanging! How could you? I think the big jar is good now.... we shall see.
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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-07-12 02:10 am   Permalink

Dan's beard is looking fierce!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-07-12 08:13 am   Permalink

LoriLovesTiki 50 photos and so little time. I do like cliffhangers!


IDoVoodoo also soft and furry.


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Update on the Sacramento Crawl mug for October 2015.

I made the glaze tests. We choose the best. I've bought the glaze and will soon begin production. Here are the steps and all the information for signing up for one.

These stops are shown using a couple of the mugs so the color skip back and forth.

First I do the inside and then clean off any that gets on the inside of the mug. This step requires it to dry overnight.


I use a wide brush and coat the mug


once and then


twice. It took two coats for the effect I wanted.


This shows how large the mug is. It doesn't shrink during the glazing process.


Now that the mug is dry I wipe off the areas


that will be painted


with color. So I use a CY glaze for the background and CN glazes for the color.


Painting the palm trunks and the coconuts and



the tiki, sign, flowers and


the bird.


This is the one that became the glaze test that I choose.


Here they are drying in the sun.


Fired. The one at the bottom and to your right is the final mug choice.





I am making a total of 60 for the crawl, another 10 were cast for tests and Dan took them, and I reserve the right to change and alter 30 more in the future for Wish Lists etc. where I change or add parts for fun. 100 total plus 1/2 of a bad mug where the top tore off but I saved it. Then I will destroy the mold.



Here's the glaze I found that made Dan and I very happy. The mug looks vintage and it doesn't have glaze runs dripping off the bottom.

This is the glaze test. I will be coloring the bird and other parts even better now that I know this background glaze works.

These photos were taken with a flash. The colors are even better in person. It's actually a bit more green. Since all the additional colors are added there will be differences in how I paint each bird. I need to add color to the chest etc.

















Here are the black velvet photos.

























I will make the bird more colorful when I do the run. This huge hand carved and detailed mug is special to my Ohana so the price is kept at a low $80 (plus shipping if you don't make the crawl).

Page one of this thread has the list of those who are signing up for one. You can do that here or on my Wendy Cevola facebook page. If you aren't my friend just ask and I'll friend you there. Tiki Central is my home and I post far more here than I do there.

I hope you all like our color choice. It not only looked the best it glazed the best. Cheers, Wendy

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-07-12 08:25 am   Permalink

Wow

Greatness from the kiln once again....

Awesome colors


Max from Taboo Island was in town
He built the merchandise shelves and hostess station
For the next Vegas tiki bar
The Golden Tiki
Said to open soon




Then we hit Frankie's





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