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Wendy Cevola 9/22/17 Glazing of the last 12 mugs.
kingstiedye
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Posted: 2015-09-12 1:45 pm   Permalink

I was getting more excited every picture til his arms got chopped off! oh well, you're definitely on the right track!

 
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RVICTOR
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Posted: 2015-09-12 10:39 pm   Permalink

Wendy makin roadie mugs....nice. You may be onto something there...

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-13 08:19 am   Permalink

kingstiedye I need to get this right. If this doesn't work out you'll need to come over so we can do it together.

RVICTOR it would be the road to the jail house if I did more than a couple.

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Wish List #6 progress report. The mug for kingstiedye aka Bullet.

The arm I sheared off was able to be glued back on with slip.


Now it's in the right place. Dan has a good eye.


I carved in many of the fabric folds and then I re-made the left arm and hand.


Starting with Bonham's name here's the mug as we circle each side.





Magically the name Led Zeppelin has appeared at the front top.

















Working with such tiny detail is a challenge. A wet paint brush really helps.


The bottom.



Bullet has requested some interesting detailing on the rest of the mug that has to wait until it dries. He came up with an idea that is fresh and has taught me something to use in the future. When I get to that point I will of course share what he has invented.

I hope you like his design. Cheers, Wendy
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-09-13 8:40 pm   Permalink

Lookin good

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-14 08:55 am   Permalink

hang10tiki thank you. It's really nice to know who is looking. I met many people at Tiki Oasis who said they watch but never comment. I wish they would. I always think of comments of my reward for spending time posting. You have rewarded me more times than I have pages. You are appreciated along with all the "you know whose".

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First I saw these statues on the way to Davis, CA. They were in a trailer headed to Burning Man. Dan and I later saw them parked out in the desert near Reno, NV. Now I found this recent photo where they were taken to Lake Tahoe. They sure get around.


Polynesian Paddy has a spot in his back yard for his grandkids to play. I sent him a Tiki Bob to add to the fairy land.



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Progress Report Wish List #6

Back to the Hot Tub Hula Girl mug

Just a recap. Before the girl is added to the coconut hot tub I add hair to her chest. That doesn't sound right.
How about I extend her hair longer in the front?



Then I add to her hair to extend it over the back of the tub and add some texture.


Then I carve all the detail into the coconut.


I made mugs 7 to 30. The first run was 1 to 6.


They have been drying for 2 weeks slowly under a plastic table cloth.


Now they are firmed up and I can add


all the carving to the bottom.


As I did each one I lined them up in the kitchen.


When I finished the bottoms I lay them on their sides to continue drying under the plastic table cloth. I cover and uncover all day long while I work on other projects.



The Wish List is not yet dented but I'm working hard on it.

Cheers, Wendy




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bkrownd
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Posted: 2015-09-14 3:41 pm   Permalink


Makes me want to start making my own mugs!


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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-15 08:49 am   Permalink

bkrownd living in Hilo you are surrounded by inspiration. If you can't do ceramics you can start as I did making thinkgs our of Sculpey clay. Here's an example of one of the first mugs I made with Sculpey.

I bought Sculpey on sale that's why it's in such crazy colors.


Painted with enamel. After awhile it became sticky. Spraying it with ceramic sealer took care of that problem.


Here it is next to a real Frankoma mug. Yep I made a super big one.


Sculpey can be baked to harden, for that I bought a convection oven and used it outside. You can't use your indoor oven because Sculpey is oil based and would ruin your indoor oven and the fumes would poison you. They ovens can be found for $100 on sale.


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Progress Report Wish List #6.

This is for Howard Dinits. I met him through facebook. He lived near the Lanai just as Woody's wife did so I've made mugs for both of them. For his version I removed the Eat Drink and Be Merry words and replaced them with the name of the place. The original mug had no words at all.












One project at a time. It's fun to go through the binder and select what I'll work on. It's time to do that again!

Cheers, Wendy
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2015-09-15 11:38 am   Permalink

Cool stuff as always Wendy!

I owed you some pictures...

Here are those wedding present mugs you made for my friends. They love them and I finally got to see the mugs in person. Really great thanks again!

Another Minnesotan got a mug from Mahalo Tiki at Oasis of yours. She is enjoying it.

I still owe you a couple more pictures, hopefully they will come soon. Keep up the great work!!!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-16 09:37 am   Permalink

lunavideogames at the time those were some of the craziest mugs I'd ever made. I was thrilled when they didn't explode in the kiln. I've been using the same techniques ever since. Thank you so much for the photos. It's a blast for me to see those mugs again.

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Time to update the Wish List #6 projects.

First off are two simple secret mugs for a wedding. A hibiscus flower in the near the face of the bride and one one the front of the groom. Their names are large on the backs but I can't show them or who these were made for because they will be a surprise.

When in Maui I bought this wood carving that I could use as a reference for the flower.





The bride will be all white and the groom will be black except for the face. I haven't been told the flower color yet.


On the bottom I will leave an unglazed area where a felt pen can be used to write the actual wedding date which hasn't been set yet.


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The next project is for Tyber Tiki. He has been searching for the vintage mug for a long time and decided to have me make one customized for him.

I'm so happy that I sculpted and molded three styles of fogcutter mugs. I used to have to add clay to cover a Tiki Bob so I could us it as a base. Now I just get to work.


I started with the lettering which is super hard. I did my best to match the style of the original mug. This says Tyber Tiki.


Then onto the top of the mug decoration.


He requested that the eyes be changed to coffee bean eyes. That's a style I like too. Then I began to build the mouth. I forgot to take a photograph but the next one shows the addition along with the nose I added.


The mug sat overnight in a plastic bag to let this clay firm up for carving. Now it's ready to carve.


First I did the lips.


Next the teeth.


I added the body and


here's how the front of the mug looked so far.


Now after it sat overnight I began to carve the leaves aka hair.


On the backside I was back to working on those difficult letters. I added the name of the bar.


Then I continued on with the background carving.


Finished and I await the opinion of Tyber Tiki. Did I fulfil his wish or is it a bust?











Close up of the face I lived with for so many days!


Fingers crossed, Wendy







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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-09-16 3:50 pm   Permalink

Wendy, it looks great!!! I am thrilled with how it's turned out so far. Love the lettering, the placement of the names, and the detailed face. Just awesome!

BTW - I am currently in Ljubliana, Slovenia....yes it's a mouthful to say, but a beautiful country just south of Austria. When I am not in work related conferences, I've been sightseeing. This is Lake Bled, picture taken from a tower window of the Castle Bled, of a church, on an small island, in the middle of this glacier-created lake.

Pretty incredible place, but I feel a million miles from tiki, so viewing your thread warms the heart.








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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-17 3:05 pm   Permalink

Tyber Tiki the furthest my work sent me for a conference was Las Vegas. You are a lucky man! I'm happy that your mug design meets your expectations. One step down more to go.

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Yesterday Honu Tiki aka Vance brought over this huge lava art piece by Gecko. Unfortunately the box crushed in the mail and broke off the back leg. kingstiedye and Gecko referred him to the tiki hospital...my home. This is how it all started for me. I repaired tikis for Dan.

First I used this ceramic glue to attach the leg. I used tape and weights to hold it in place. We had a nice visit for a while as it set. If you keep your fingers wet with water you can remove any that squishes out without it sticking to your fingers.


After a while I filled all the areas that had chunks missing. I used Elmer's wood filler. This is wonderful for ceramics.


The next day I mixed black, grey and brown into a matching color and covered over the patch. When the paint was dry I sprayed it with a ceramic matte fix to protect the paint.


All done and ready to go home.


This is a terrific piece of art and I'm so happy to have restored it. Wendy






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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-09-17 7:38 pm   Permalink

Great new mugs
Nice fix on the Gecko piece

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-18 05:08 am   Permalink

hang10tiki always a pleasure to see you here.

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Wish List #6 update. Rich Teski and James Molter Jr. both of facebook ordered Frankoma bowls. The story of how I got this little tiki from Joniece Frank (named for her father John) is on page one of this thread. It is a special tiki she designed. It was the only tiki to survive the horrific fire at the factory.


This is one of her rare tiki bowls.


All of the Frankoma glazes are now lost. The bowls I'll be making will have some beautiful glazes. I cast all the little tikis and bowls that I would need for this project and then I set to work.


I used the tiki to mark where I should cut the bowl.


Here the top is removed.


I flipped the bowl and cleaned the bottom. I also carved my name and copy write.


Flipping it back over you can see where the mold line runs up the side.


I add clay to the inside of the bowl until it is smooth.


Here is an example of a cleaned up little tiki next to one just our of the mold. I clean the entire tiki and deepen lines.


Now I add sticky clay to the back of the tiki so I can glue it to the bowl.


I use a stiff wet brush to remove the excess clay that squished out.


Three tikis on each bowl.


Different view.


The bowl had crimping so I did that too.


Three bowls for Rich and two bowls for James.


Two back up bowls in case any of these fail and the tikis fall off when fired.


Lots of Wishes filled this time. Wendy


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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-19 09:24 am   Permalink

Thank you for the visits to see how Wish List #6 is coming along. I am having so much fun making all of your wishes come true.
I'm sure there will be times I just don't get it right. That is actually part of the fun. Be sure to tell me if you don't like how I've done your projects.

I don't share the work ahead of posting. These are my SUPRISE pages. At the same time these are the pages that must be judged as to whether or not I did it right. Don't worry I can take criticism or suggestions. Remember your wish must come true.

So here's the next mug.

The last TC swap I participated in was the Enchanted Tiki Hut swap. I made a mug for swapping and another one for Dan. After the swap I had 3 requests for Dan's mug.

So Mahalo Tiki, Dale (Tiki Tonie's husband) and Lloyd AlohaHaHa here are your mugs.

I used the photo from Disneyland and started adding clay to one of my fogcutter mugs. Actually I did each step 3 times for 3 mugs.


I smoothed the tiki base into shape. After doing all three they sat in plastic bags overnight to firm up.


The next day I carved the faces and the long "mouth" that makes them a slit drum.



Then for each I carved these rings.


Three ready to go to sleep for the night.


The third day I did all the carving for the designs around the mugs.


I clean them up with a wet brush.


All done and ready to dry over the next few weeks.


Backside.


When really thick areas of clay are added they will split off of the mug base if not dried very slowly. I keep them in plastic and then during the day I remove it and let them dry for an hour and then back into the plastic. This occurs for most of my pieces even the bowl need to dry slowly so the little tiki won't pop off.

I do this for weeks and eventually they are dry.


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I'm having fun. I hope you all are having a great weekend. Cheers, Wendy






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bkrownd
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Posted: 2015-09-19 09:52 am   Permalink



LOL - Reuleaux triangle goes tiki


 
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