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Wendy Cevola 9/22/17 Glazing of the last 12 mugs.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-11-17 08:44 am   Permalink

Tikiwahini this is the only mug I've done with RVICTOR

Is it IDoVooDoo's cannibal bowl with tiki cook that you like?
He's named it The Offering. I have started a Wish List #7 binder
even though that's so very far away. I have 23 Hot Tub Hula Girls to
make next. But who knows, I started this Wish List months before I'd
planned too.

TikiAno I just thought about you yesterday and the last nice visit we had. Thank you again for the necklaces. I'm so glad you do pop in from time to time. I just knew with your darling baby boy you'd be spending all your free time cuddling him! You are a good day.

IDoVoodoo is the project done or does it need tweaking on the tiki? The pot fired last night. The tiki is drying slowly.


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Wish List #6 progress report. A while back I made a Gilligan's Island mug for Tikiwahini and then I broke it. I wasn't able to repair it so I started over. Practice really helps. This mug is better than the first because I figured out how to do it better.

This time Gilligan has ears. I hope you don't mind Tikiwahini.


Here's the back in progress.


Fine tuning the tiny tiki.


These small ones are a challenge.


With the hat in place and plastic wrap keeping it from sticking I added clay all the way around so that the
cap will sit securely.


Now he will sit in a bag until this soft clay is firm.


The biggest challenge is the ships wheel. That's the part I broke last time around by picking up the mug with my thumb in the middle of the wheel. Dry clay is very brittle and I learned the hard way. Here's how I made it.


Different tools for different cuts.





Now it sits in plastic until it is firm enough to pick up.


Once it is firm I was able to carve the lettering or


for the smallest letters to push in the clay with a sharp stick.


More tomorrow, cheers, Wendy



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Tikiwahini
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Posted: 2015-11-17 10:16 am   Permalink

Yes Wendy, I meant IDoVooDoo's cannibal bowl! Of course RVICTOR'S Tiki Modern mug is the bomb!

Gilligan's ears add so much more character to his face!! Now he really is the Skipper's little buddy!


 
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IDoVoodoo
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Posted: 2015-11-17 6:50 pm   Permalink

It's amazing! Thank you!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-11-18 07:45 am   Permalink

Tikiwahini I'm so glad I made and molded the cannibal bowl a few years back because I have 3 requests for them on Wish List #7.
I'm so happy you like the ears. Tiki Bob has really been dressing up these past years. Your creations are super fun to make.


IDoVoodoo thank you, in a couple of days I'll open the kiln to see if the bowl part made it through. Parts could have fallen off, you just never know!


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Wish List #6 Tikiwahini's Gilligan mug is finished and ready to dry.

The next step was to add Gilligan's arms.


I did not bend them up. I cut them at the elbows end then stuck them back on.


I used slip, that has thickened up, as glue.


I placed the ships wheel and bent the hands.


It was good that I broke the first one because as it dried and shrunk I wasn't sure how I could get behind the wheel to glaze it. This time I made sure there is enough room.


His hat is also more securely on his head.


There is a straw hole on the top.


Time for close up views.


Now if I can concentrate and not break this we will be happy sailors.


Now I'll be moving on to the next Wish.

Cheers, Wendy


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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-11-18 6:03 pm   Permalink

Little buddy looks good....

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-11-19 09:40 am   Permalink

hang10tiki have you been to Gilligan's in Laughlin? Someone on fb wrote to me and said it's a really fun place. Glad you like Gilligan the sequel.

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Wish List #6 Progress Report. Here are two Tiki Bob mugs designed by the Groom for his wedding. It is a secret from his bride so I can't show the back or bottoms which have their names and wedding date.

He wanted the groom to be in a tuxedo but wearing a tie. Once I started I found I didn't have enough room for the pocket and handkerchief he also requested. So I cut some clay to add.


I glued it to the mug with slip and added clay to lock it in place.


Here I add clay to the front.


Now I had just enough room. I also added the boutonniere he requested.


Next the rings around the body were added.


Close up of the flower. The groom is done.


Next the bride. I started by feminizing her with lips, eyelashes and !!!.


He said her gown which he hasn't seen has a V neckline so I added that plus arms.


He asked for flowers in her hair and a bouquet in her hands.


All Done.








The happy couple on their wedding day.


I sure hope to have photos of them with the mugs when the day comes many months from now. Cheers to the couple, Wendy






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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-11-19 7:17 pm   Permalink

Never been there...


The wedding Bobs are awesome
They look great


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Holler Waller
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Posted: 2015-11-20 07:42 am   Permalink

Lovin' those Wedding Bobs

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-11-20 08:37 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I think it would be fun to see Laughlin and Gilligan's since we haven't been there in a decade.
Tiki Bob is still popular.


Holler Waller thank you, the groom was really happy but he only posts on fb.


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Wish List #6 Progress Report. It's good thing I started three months early because I'm still sculpting every day. It's fun to be months ahead of when I planned to start. In addition to sculpting here's what we've been doing over the last few days.

I dressed up for my time in the garage sanding.


When I started I spent so much money on sandpaper until someone told me about this reusable mesh. You can cut it up or keep it big. You can crunch it up so that it's soft enough to sand curves. It's wonderful. You can even wash it with a hose when it gets clogged. Jen Tiki's bowl.


Barbara Lawrence's mermaid mug.


Dan blew off the dust and


we loaded the top level of the kiln. The bottom level was filled back in October 29th. I have to work as the pieces dry.


Two days later we opened the kiln to see how they turned out.


Unloading I checked each piece. Jen Tiki's little lost tiki aka Ken Ruzic bowl is fine!


Now to unload the bottom level.


All the pieces have been brought outside to the table for washing.


The only problem I found was on the wall plaque. Two pieces of clay slabs separated. I will see if I can cover this with magic mend for glazing. It will certainly reduce the price I charge.


The rest is fine and now it's time to brave the ice water which I saved in covered cans for the past month. No wasting water in California.


lunavideogames your mug should go into an aquarium. It looks good in water.


The water still looks good enough to continue saving for this task.


IDoVooDoo's cannibal bowl is washed but the tiki cook is still drying in the house.


First time I ever saw Dan cold. The water made my hands numb.


We added these pieces to the rest of the Wish List on the dining room table. Our home is a tiki factory.


Next I covered everything with plastic table clothes to keep dust off. I always put the plastic side down because the soft side has fibers that are the same as dust.


I believe that when I finish sculpting and everything is dry I will have one more load to bisque fire. I will start glazing when I'm done sculpting and the last pieces are still drying.

When it's time to glaze I have to do a major dusting a vacuuming project first. One speck of dust on a surface can make the glaze pull back and that takes a lot of work to fix.

That's it for today, now it's back to the clay, Wendy


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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2015-11-20 7:29 pm   Permalink

I wish I had your energy
Lookin good


 
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slowhandtikiman
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Posted: 2015-11-20 8:58 pm   Permalink

That's a lot of skill and effort sittin' on that table! Wonderful Work, and great progress!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-11-21 08:15 am   Permalink

hang10tiki sweet to say but too much of this is sit down work.

slowhandtikiman thank you. I am getting closer to the end of the sculpting. This has been the largest Wish List so far, not just in numbers but in the size of the projects. There are many bowls.


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Wish List Progress Report. I have some projects coming up where I don't have permission to tag them with the person who Wished for them. Soon another wedding set will come up too.

This request was for a Tiki Bob as Elvis Presley mug. Since I did one in the white suit for Atomic Chick years ago I decided to do the 1968 comeback Elvis in black leather.

I started with his come hither eyes, defined cheeks and raised lip on one side.


Soothed.


Sideburns.


All done and posing.












It sure is fun to play with clay. Cheers, Wendy


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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-11-22 08:09 am   Permalink

Thank you all for the visits to see Elvis. Kenneth Graham McNeil said I could use his name after all. Elvis is his mug.
This next project is for his business. He calls this mug the Tree of Life.

I found out really quickly that I would go insane trying to match all the parts such as leaves. So I just did a representation of his logos.


I started carving the tree and found that I didn't start in the right place.


I had to add clay to the top of the mug for more height. It works.


Then I started on his business logo on the other side of the mug.


Once again not exact but a representation.


I will show it to him to see if it's acceptable.


Side views.


Copying is always harder than creating.


I'm on the countdown to the end of sculpting the Wish list. There are less than 10 to sculpt before the glazing begins.

Cheers, Wendy




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Posted: 2015-11-22 12:22 pm   Permalink

Great stuff as always Wendy! You are right, my mug does look great in the water. Keep up the amazing art.

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2015-11-23 08:54 am   Permalink

lunavideogames thank you. I have some fun glazes (with purple) that will make this mug something special.


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Wish List #6 another mug for Kenneth Graham McNeil for his business.

I couldn't get a decent photo of Bob Marley to use so this mug will be tweaked if any of you can send me some really good photos. So far only the knitted cap is recognizable.

Since this mug is part of a set of two I raised the side of the top to match the Tree of Life mug.


I started with his business logo.


All done.


I chose this picture as my guide because all the other google photos were blurry.


Over the photo I pressed in with a stick. This is really just for proportion size.


Then I covered that with clay.


I'm trying to build a 3D face from a flat picture so it's not going to be right.


More detail. I didn't go with the open mouth and teeth. Too small.


Her I made the dreads more detailed. I need to trim down his right eyebrow, right now it's bigger than his nose!


Now I'll post on facebook and see what he thinks. Cheers, Wendy





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