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Wendy Cevola 12/14/17 A new Moai Bowl is completed step by step.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-20 08:12 am   Permalink

bkrownd that's a very fancy name for that shape. Thank you for the information.

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Wish List #6 progress report.


Comicbookhero asked if I could make a Spock Bob. Here's what I did.


Of course I had to start with the ears. I used these photos and copied them and the straight up eyebrows. Different pictures had them looking different so this is a blend of photos.


Next the unfeeling mouth.


I found his badge on a Spock costume for Halloween.


I did the Tiki Bob Texture from the oldest style Tiki Bob's.


As requested.


All done.


Comicbookhero does this fulfill your wish?


Cheers, Wendy

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-09-20 11:47 am   Permalink

Wow
Great work

It's great that more tiki people wanted the
Enchanted Tiki Room Mug design and they look great


I love using the Wendy area as a great background for drink photos



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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-09-21 01:52 am   Permalink

I love your work! I need to get drawing!

 
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Comicbookhero
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Posted: 2015-09-21 09:56 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2015-09-20 08:12, danlovestikis wrote:
Comicbookhero does this fulfill your wish?



That is the coolest mug I have ever seen! You "fulfilled my wish" and then some. I love it!


 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-09-21 10:36 am   Permalink

You two are so busy ya made me feel lazy

So I finally got around to restaining two of my dudes
that the sun was beating up on











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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-21 2:22 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki thank you and thank you. We were just talking about how fun it would be to visit you in December. I love to go to Ethyl M's when all the little lights are shining on the cactus plants. We also need to see the Golden Tiki. Did I get the name right?

I LOVE it when you use my tikis as a backdrop!


IDoVoodoo I am nearly ready to start on your cannibal bowl. Are you going to sketch for that project or am I to go by your word instructions?


Comicbookhero not only your wish but your design. I really enjoy lending my hands to make a wish come true. It is now hanging out on the drying table. This takes a week or two.


hang10tiki preserving all that hard work is great but doing so really makes them look good too. How hot was it outside when you were working?

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Before I started the Wish List #6 I made another HUGE Maori lamp ceramic. If anyone is interested let me know. This is a one of a kind design, hand carved and the 4th from the mold. $350 with the buyer doing the electrical and shade. Buy it now and you can choose the color or colors for it.

Here are the step by steps.

DAn's nightmare is that I'll want him to life the HUGE Maori mold. Poor Dan.


The next day the molds are opened. The Ren Clark head is what I changed into the devil head that Freddie snagged.


Once in the house I clean it up and add


clay pieces to the sides and then I carve them.


New style eyes.


More work done.


I even carve the top where it might end up covered by the shade.


The front is finished. I even changed the shape of the war club.


Here it is without the flash.


Now I'll carve all the rest of the body.


Finished. I like photos without the flash to show that the carving is deep.












I build my lids from scratch. That way they always fit tightly.

I choose something that is the right size to use like a cookie cutter. This time it was a funnel.



I get some strips of clay and fuse them together.


I press them into place.


I let them sit in a plastic bag until firm. Then I use tools to scrape them flat.


I keep removing clay to make them fit.


I keep scraping and


scraping.


At the end I carve a trough so that the lid sits over the edge of the top.


I started to carve the lid.


I added the hole for the lamp fixture.


I matched the carving on the lid to the carving on the body.


In place. Now it will dry.


Thank you Tyber Tiki for asking me to make the first one. I enjoy doing these so much.

Cheers, Wendy






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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-09-21 5:29 pm   Permalink

^ So cool!

Wendy, I am going to attempt a rough sketch; I'm not the best at drawing, but I will try. I do trust you and your amazing art!


 
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bkrownd
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Posted: 2015-09-21 8:33 pm   Permalink

Wonderful design and detail!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-22 08:09 am   Permalink

IDoVoodoo I really like to have drawings. It gives my brain a rest! Send it as soon as possible.


bkrownd thank you, I really enjoy doing these


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Prior to opening the Wish List #6 I started casting mugs that I would use. I cast 2 short Tiki Bobs and as it turned out there were no Wishes that called for short Tiki Bobs. So at the end of my work days while watching TV I carved these. I can't let a good Bob go to waste and I have trouble having idle hands.

The upper lip is longer making the smile larger.








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Wish List #6 update.

This mug is one I did for the same person on the last Wish List #5. He liked it enough to wish for another one. So this mug is again for Kenneth G. McNeil.

I call this mug the Fun Fake. It is a reproduction, by hand, of the Elvis Blue Hawaii convention mug from the 60's.

There are many differences in the shape when compared to a standard Tiki Bob. I have to add lots of clay.
I start with the bottom.


After securing that ring of clay I add more all around and a lot in the front.


The nose is wider.


This is a good start. Now it sits overnight.


Overnight the clay has firmed up


and I can cut off the excess on the bottom.


Next I name it.


I finished the body carving and


now it will slowly dry for a couple of weeks. It will shrink 10% by the time it has its first firing.


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By working non-stop my weeks are passing fast. Soon the Sacramento Crawl will be here. After that we will box and ship to those of you on the list who did not attend.

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

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-09-22 3:59 pm   Permalink

Hi W
It was hot outside
About 90 in the shade

The new Maori lamp is lookin good

Love all your Bobs
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LoriLovesTiki
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Posted: 2015-09-22 5:55 pm   Permalink

I got all caught up last night but forgot to post. My days are a lot busier this year at school and I don't have any time for sneaking onto TC during the day. In addition to teaching technology stuff to 5th graders I'm now teaching preschoolers! I'm pre-k certified and my BA is in Early childhood ed so it's a return to my roots. I go visit them in the preschool section of my school and bring a cart of iPads and they all cheer, "Yeah, it's Miss Lori and her iPads!" I can't remember the last time anyone was that happy to see me, it's really great for my self esteem. And as an added plus it gets me out of lunch duty which I HATED.

Anyway, your work as usual, is AMAZING! I'd love to adopt that jumbo Maori lamp but it's just not in the budget at the moment. (another sad face) I'm also in love with your bowls, I think a bowl will be my next addition to my Wendy collection. After this round of bowls is done if there's an extra and you put it up for sale I just might bite...

I must say that your pictures lately have made me really covet that large wooden tiki in front of your fireplace. 2nd from the right, next to the Moai. I'd fly to California, leave the hubby and let that guy take his seat on the way home! That's how much I want him. Don't tell the mister!

Can't wait to see the rest of the wish list shaping up.
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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2015-09-23 06:32 am   Permalink

Hello Wendy,

The latest Huge Maori Lamp design looks amazing! They just keep getting better and better, if that's even possible. We continue to enjoy ours most every evening, lighting our little collection of tikis. Cant wait to see how this turns out after glazing!

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-09-23 12:18 pm   Permalink


hang10tiki I could feel the heat clear here. I hope you jumped in the pool soon after.
We displaced Gecko and hung SewTiki's wonderful swap art today. I took a photo soon to be posted.

LoriLovesTiki your note brings back so many memories of school and work. Just remember one day you'll be retired and playing with clay. Then you'll be a kid again.

Most of the tikis in front of the fireplace were done by a man in Florida. We had them all shipped here. He did a series of 6 once a year and put them on eBay as a set. He worked in a shipping company and used their space. I don't know if he still does this.

Tyber Tiki thanks to your photos I can picture the lamp on in your home. I'm so happy with your wish resulting in this lamp. Dan is too.

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Progress Report for Wish List #6.

This is a Wish of Barbara Lawrence. She is on facebook. She wanted a sign for her business Retro Siren. She wanted it to look like a mosaic.

I was going to cut a couple of slabs of clay but when I found my clay was super firm I cut just one.


Then I quartered it and moved the pieces to the corners.


Next I began to fill in the space with softer clay.


I leveled it with a rolling pin.


The next day I used a vegetable chopper to remove clay from the center.


Oops, I slipped and chopped my thumb. Clay is dirt and filty so I stopped and disinfected the cut. Steri stripped it together and


put on a glove.


I kept on working to smooth the slab.


Now I put her printed sign on the clay and outlined it with a blunt stick.


Removing the paper it was time to start.


I rolled out piece of clay and dipped them in slip. This glues them to the slab.


I used tools to push down the edges to remove air pockets.


Retro done and little balls of clay placed where the stars go.


Next I started the mermaid and did the word Siren.


I finished the mermaid.


Now the sign needs to


sit and firm up for a few days under plastic.


I squared up the edges and


started to carve the mosaic effect.


All done though I may tweak it later.


I smoothed the edges with a wet brush.


This sign is very thick and heavy. It will take a few weeks for it to dry.


Close up of the mermaid.


Now it's time to start another project. I wonder who is next? Cheers, Wendy








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Dan is in charge of all the tiki décor in our home. He found a perfect place to display the Swap art from SewTiki. It is now in the Buzzy Bedroom where guests can enjoy it.



This is either an attempt at making a hula girl in a cannibal pot or it is the Wish for Holler Waller aka Tiki Beeki
aka David B. He'll have to let me know. He wanted the girl to not know she is in a cannibal pot. She has a hole behind the large flower what a parasol pole will fit. She just will know she's getting hotter and hotter. I will use clear nail polish to form drips of sweat on her forehead after I glaze her.






He requested a lei.












My thumb is healed enough to be out of the glove today. Yippy, Wendy


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Posted: 2015-09-25 06:33 am   Permalink

Sha-Weeeet!

 
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