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Wendy Cevola 11/22/17 Day Seven on the Big Island of Hawaii in the town of Pahoa.
RVICTOR
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Posted: 2015-10-14 07:39 am   Permalink

Wendy - Hope Gilligan works out, great idea and execution!

Hang10 - You were right in my back yard...If you are ever up this way longer...
Good thing you got to go to Lava Lounge...it's kind of a dive but it will be going away pretty soon. They are developing the block it's on. Rhumba is a great place. There are a few other places but it looks like you saw about 50% in one trip.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-10-14 1:08 pm   Permalink


Tikiwahini wonderful. No worries. If he falls apart in the kiln I'll make him again. It's easier the second time around.

LoriLovesTiki thank you. Getting it all put back together was harder than making him. I hope he is fine. It's awhile before I fire these. I need to make a whole load first.

hang10tiki what a fun trip. It's also nice to have closure by going to a cemetery. The one I visited was at Trinity Church on Manhattan Island, New York. I wanted to see where Alexander Hamilton was buried. He was right next to Robert Fulton who invented the steam ship. I wonder if they new each other.

RVICTOR thank you, the challenge will be the glazing.

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Progress Report on Wish List #6 Jen Tiki's bowl based on little lost tiki's painting (with his permission)

I will be making the bowl minus the background tikis hanging on it.


I cast a bowl on August 29th.


I put plastic wrap on it so it wouldn't stick and


Dan flipped it over onto a board for me.


The next day we removed the mold and


wrapped the bowl in plastic. Once the mold was dry


we did it again. I need taller sides for this bowl and I need to combine the two and trim off the excess.


6 weeks have passed and it's time to make Jen Tiki's bowl.


I start to cut the first bowl to add to the second and find that it has dried out and is super brittle. It just breaks up.


I know that I'll not be able to use these for her bowl. So now I need to see if I can make something else. So the part still intact I add to the second bowl. I cut out the center.


I will use this for a necklace.


Next I start to build a volcano.


Then I add clay to the sides. I hope that keeping this in a bag for a month will help all the clay to come to the same state of moisture. If it doesn't it will crack.


Here's how it looked at the end.


Backside.


So after the crawl ended I cast two more bowls.


Today I added slip to the edge of one and


then some sticky clay so that I can stick them together.


I lifted the second bowl into place and then


they both just started melting.


So I cut off the excess clay and


saved the two centers. I'll think


of something to use them on in the future.


So now it's the Goldilocks' story. One was too dry and one was too wet. The next two will have to be just right!
Sorry Jen. Now I'll start on someone else's Wish while I cast two new bowls.

It's not just Gilligan who gets in trouble. Cheers, Wendy







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Posted: 2015-10-14 4:21 pm   Permalink

Aw man! I was all excited to finally see my name in the title of the thread! I knew this one would be a challenge, but I know you're up to it and I guess I'll try to be patient a bit longer.

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-10-15 09:05 am   Permalink

JenTiki we will pour the next bowl later today. So I learned that 6 weeks in the plastic is too long and 1 week is too short. The bowls felt fine as I put them together and then like the Wicked Witch they began to melt. The bottom bowl couldn't support the weight. I think I'll flip them over after a week and let them dry in the bag the the top exposed for awhile.

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Wish List #6 Progress Report, this time for lunavideogames aka Treg.

Treg's idea was to have a Tiki Bob floating in the ocean until one day he was captured by an octopus. This is his drawing to help me understand the project.


I thought about what I would have to do to build the octopus. I remembered how a balloon is used with paper Mache, why not with clay.


I stuck the balloon into a ring of clay.


I added more clay to cover the ends. Dan's dad gave him this octopus years ago and I barrowed it to use as a guide.


I smoothed it until I was happy with the shape.


I added octopus detail.


Smoothed again.


The octopus will hold a lot of weight so I decided to add more clay to the bottom for both weight and strength.


Suck on with sticky clay. I will smooth the bottom until it is part of the body.


Next I poked the rest of the balloon inside of the body and closed it inside. I will eventually need to remove the balloon. I have a plan.


Here I am just starting to add clay for the tentacles.


That's it for today. Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2015-10-15 11:48 am   Permalink

What a great artist I am!

Wendy that picture will be worth money someday

I am excited to see how this progresses...


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-10-16 07:29 am   Permalink

Catch ups.

On Sunday we had a fun visit with Psycho Tiki D and Tiki Hula.


Also in our group were Mahalo Tiki.


There was one last look at the Hot Tub Hula Girls before they were boxed up for shipping. I have now made 30 of these mugs. I have a waiting list so I'll be making a few more over the next few months.


We took Duane's friend for a tour.


The next day Dan went to work boxing the mugs.


It wasn't a fast job and


my living room was back to being a tiki factory. These have all shipped.


I love coincidences. A cat came into our backyard and was very friendly. We both got to play with it. Once it ran inside our home.


Then Dan and I went out to lunch. When we came outside to leave we found this reflection.


We couldn't figure out what was doing it so we guessed it was a message from our new friend.




Progress Report #6. The next steps for...

lunavideogames keep your drawing with the mug and you'll see that what you did surpassed what I could do with clay!























Another fun day playing with clay. Cheers, Wendy



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Posted: 2015-10-16 11:41 pm   Permalink

That's freekin awesome
Can't wait to see it done
and in person
Luna- hint hint
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danlovestikis
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hang10tiki for a split second I thought you and Jonelle were coming here. Treg, you lucky guy, a visit from either of you two are on my Wish List.

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Wish List #6 more steps for lunavideogames Octopus vs Tiki Bob.

These are the steps that show how I had to make it. If I didn't support Tiki Bob with the octopus body I couldn't make it.
These steps involved physics. How many tentacles had to be placed in an area to keep the Bob from falling over.


This was so tricky. Dan had to help. A tentacles up here...


rotate and place another tentacle opposite. Legs at the back.


Tentacles at the front of the octopus.


Once I had them all up I used clay supports to keep Bob from pulling on the tentacles too much. This is soft wet clay.


Tiki Bob was in the water a long time before he was trapped. He has a piece of coral growing on his body.


He even has barnacles.


I had to support the tentacles. Some legs broke and had to be repaired during this time.


lunavideogames I hope this works for you.


Next up will be all those little suckers!!! Wendy





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Posted: 2015-10-17 10:53 am   Permalink

Looks pretty great so far! I am excited to see how it turns out!!!

 
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Wish List #6 the end of the step by steps for the Octopus vs Tiki Bob mug.


lunavideogames here are the final steps to sculpting your piece. I've had two "I want one of these" so far. How do you feel about more being made? Yours says #1 on the bottom.

The next step was to carves around each tentacle attached to Tiki Bob. The tentacles need to look separate from his body, not blended in.


Next I started making all the little suckers. One by one and attaching them to the tentacles.


After they were all in place I painted clay slip around each one.


The tentacle suckers are under the octopus and as he lifted them at the tips he had to rotate the suckers toward Bob to trap him.

















I cut a hole in the bottom of the octopus body.


I punctured the balloon and then removed it.


I smoothed it with water.


Pinup photo of Tiki Bob.


I protected him when I put him on his side. However I didn't want him to dry out so I quickly put a layer of plastic over the towel.


I carved in my information on the bottom.


He has been in and out of a plastic bag for weeks. He had to be dried very slowly. Now he's with friends. I need to make everything and dry them before I fire again. No deadlines.



He dried without cracking a major obstacle to get passed. Cheers, Wendy
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Looks amazing Wendy!! Great job. The octopus looks so real. I am glad to hear it didn't crack. Hopefully it will make it through the glazing process. Thanks for putting so much work into it, and for even humoring my request for such a huge task. It is better than I could have imagined.

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lunavideogames here are the final steps to sculpting your piece. I've had two "I want one of these" so far. How do you feel about more being made? Yours says #1 on the bottom.



Thanks for asking Wendy. Yeah I would love it if more people could add this mug to their collection. It is up to you how many of these you will want to make, I am sure it is a lot of work. It was just my idea, your artistic talent is what shines in this mug in my opinion.


 
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Also, I received the Coconut Hot Tub mug on Friday and put it right to use...



It took 2 Three Dots and a Dash to fill up (6 Dots and 2 Dashes?). Great mug. Thanks!


 
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Posted: 2015-10-18 5:28 pm   Permalink


That's one happy hula girl!


 
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Posted: 2015-10-18 5:56 pm   Permalink

Wendy- looking good

Treg- that drink looks great
But that's a lot of ice on da wahine...
She looks a bit cold
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lunavideogames the best part will come with glazing. This will be a challenge but I'm still looking forward to doing it. I'm so happy you are OK with the way I had to sculpt it. It will be less likely to break during use.

Thank you for the option of more in the future. RVictor just gave permission for me to do the same with the Tiki Modern mug I made for him on the last Wish List.

Would you like your name added to the bottom of this one?


lunavideogames were you at the Dots and Dashes bar?


bkrownd I hope you'll post a photo of your mug after it arrives on Monday the 26th.


hang10tiki thank you always.


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Wish List #6 continues on...

There is a page on facebook dedicated to the travels of Theo Stool. To see all the places that the Stool travels too you can friend him. He even made it to Tiki Oasis this year.


For this Wish List his owner requested that Tiki Bob be sitting on the Stool. He drew this photo for me.


HOW MANY STEPS DOES IT TAKE TO MAKE A STOOL? I can here a joke coming. First I found a fogcutter mug that would work.


I cut the bottom of the mug off.


I cut out the bottom and put it at the top. He requested that the mug be open to the bottom of the stool.


The I made the top wider so it would better resemble a stool. You can also see the new bottom.


To make the stool I needed a lot of boards for legs and cross supports.


Legs.


Cross supports.


Now I turned it over.


A day later I started some detailing.


Here I sharpened up the right angles.


He requested a Maori design in the recesses.


All done for now.


Don't for get to check out Theo Stool's travels. Cheers, Wendy

PS he just posted a link to instagram. Theo Stoll has met some famous people.

https://instagram.com/the_stool/
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