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Wendy Cevola 11/22/17 Day Seven on the Big Island of Hawaii in the town of Pahoa.
TikiAno
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Posted: 2016-01-22 2:57 pm   Permalink

Wendy, those are awesome!

Can't wait to see the Ziggy Stardust one... to be...

We took inspiration from Jon and got outta town. I have to say, traveling with a little one changes EVERYTHING.

Here's the first tiki we saw... (in the hotel)



And the first chocolate haupia pie slice....



Tiki Ari hasn't been thrilled at being in the car, so I couldn't drive out to see the big surf at Peahi, but we made it to Honolua Bay- the swell was blocked a bit by the land, but it was an okay size...



For Jon, a 1944 Mai Tai- tasty, but a bit of a fail using full ice cubes rather than crushed...



And a very large Ku (w/ Tiki Ari and the untiki wife):






 
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Posted: 2016-01-22 3:41 pm   Permalink

Tiki Ari is getting so big! Where was that big tiki?

 
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On 2016-01-21 20:21, danlovestikis wrote:



Three days later I opened the kiln. Top layer.


That's gotta be kind of like opening up a treasure chest!


 
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Posted: 2016-01-22 9:24 pm   Permalink

Kiss clan look Kool

Ano- great pics, have fun......

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-01-23 09:04 am   Permalink

TikiAno is this Maui? I can't tell from the photos. I love knowing you are someplace warm and enchanting.

LoriLovesTiki thank you for posting here and on facebook. I smile when I see my friends names pop up.

amate a thrill and a scary time. There are disappointments in ceramics but the successes overwhelm them. Thank you for the message.

hang10tiki what a wonderful winter for the west coast and a horror for the east coast. Let's hope that Hawaii stays a wonderful place for hundreds of years. I want the Coco Palms rebuilt.

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The Wish List #6 reveal continues. I put up more photos than necessary because this is my "cloud". If my computer is every lost then I can come here to retrieve photos that are important to me.

Out of the kiln I saw that when I covered the regular green/brown glaze the clear made it come out green.


Here's what it would have looked like.


Black Velvet front and


back.


I made this mug for my nephew as a thank you gift for a glass necklace he made for me. He is a glass artist. His initials are BMW so I put that twice on the mug.


Each line has a


different


pattern. I love this glaze.


Remember the huge missing chunk on Savage Tikis mug. I used Magic mend to re-build the area. It worked and using this spotted glaze kept it from showing up.


I made a replacement mug for Savage Tiki, he lost so much in the Napa Earthquake that making some good memories for him was important. The brown one is for him and it will have the same number as the one that broke.


Dan works for tikis and he took this one.


Savage Tiki come and get it!


This is the mug I've made for the Season's of Tiki Swap. Mine is the Season of Love since we swap in February.


It's a valentine space man or woman, I can't tell.


I made these Frankoma tiki wall disks out of left over parts from the Wish List. Dan has taken all four because he found a place in our home that needed them. I'll share that when they are hung.

Brown.


Caribbean Blue.


Lava Black which is a discontinued glaze because it has problems.


I'll just add more glaze and fire again until it sticks.


Red Sprinkles underglaze had problems too. It pulled back as if the disc was covered with dust. Maybe I forgot to wash this one?


I've been waiting to use a ceramic stain. This one is black. I soaked it into all the "skipped" places

and then all over the rest of the disk.


Once it dried I wiped off the excess. Today I will spray a ceramic fix over it to make it permanent.


This is us for sure. 2N this is a Duncan IN glaze called Expresso. A very good common tiki glaze. IN glazes accumulate and highlight the carving. It does look like your transparent glaze.


Backing up to show when all of these were removed from the kiln.


Bullet aka kingstiedye here's your mug.


I glued the tip onto the staff and then painted it with acrylic paint and then sprayed it with a matte fix.


It didn't really darken up when it fired. Come and see it. I didn't glue the staff into place in case you would like to have it clear glazed with a matte clear (which could look glossy).















Whew, that's it for today. I hope you enjoyed the photos. Now it's back to work, Wendy

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Posted: 2016-01-24 6:54 pm   Permalink

Wish List #6 progress report. Two more projects done but who ordered each wedding set is still a secret!


Out of the kiln.













I saw this cup of coffee on-line and it sure looks like Tiki Bob to me.


I have one more project to show from this kiln and then it's back to glazing. I did do enough that I was able to condense everything onto one table and to put the one in the hallway away. Progress!









I came down with a really bad sore throat last night so I'm going slowly and trying to get well. I'm working on Jen Tiki's bowl that matches a Ken Ruzic aka little lost tiki painting. This is going to look really good. Dan is suffering that he can't swipe it.

It's almost 7 PM and I'm actually going to bed now. This cold has me beat up. Cheers, Wendy




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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-01-24 8:13 pm   Permalink

Wow
Lots O goodness on 1 page
So many great colors in this batch
Great work as always



 
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Posted: 2016-01-24 9:35 pm   Permalink

Feel better, Wendy!

Wow, love the glaze firing reveals. I really like how the droopy eyed Bob came out with the green glaze)- wasn't sure of his original "name." Part of the craziness of the kiln- not knowing what will happen. I love the glaze on the back of the Art Swap Bob- is that a Jungle Gem glaze? Very cool.

The two Bob couples are amazing, and the Zeppelin mug is AMAZING.

Lots of glazing to do, good luck!

So much good stuff and too tired to write so much.

Yes, Wendy, we were in Maui (got back tonight). Lori, that was at the Sheraton Maui- I think they roll it out for a Luau. We were walking by one day and it appeared. We stayed there for a ridiculous rate my wife got offered and had to sit through a time share presentation. She travels a lot for work so gets lots of points which made them offer her the deal.



 
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Posted: 2016-01-25 11:04 am   Permalink

hang10tiki thank you always.

TikiAno I gotten past the sore throat so the rest of recovery will be easy. Thank you. I looked at all of your photos on facebook today. Tiki Ari is such a doll and very photogenic. Your wife is beautiful and she gets points too? You've got it made!

Glazing is a challenge but so far the only cracks were in the two KISS mugs. I'm lucky that you all enjoy my posts because I sure do enjoy showing them to you all.

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Wish List #6 Dan is at the post office shipping out the wedding mugs. It's so good to have them done in time for the weddings. Good thing I started the Wish List 4 months early.

The last mug is out of the kiln. Rat Fink holding a Moai mug.

















Cole came and picked him up.





So here's my tip of the day. If you have a project like this with many colors use Duncan Cover Coat glaze. It come mostly in tiny plastic jars but some colors come in pints. 3 to 4 coats of each color. Whatever color is on top that is the color you will see. You can cover black with white, it works.

When done use 2 to 3 layers of green Brilliant clear glaze by Duncan. It's the only clear that doesn't make the Cover Coat run. I ruined a lot of Bobs before I got this right. Bob would look like Alice Cooper with the eyes running black down the face.

Back to minimal work today as I recover. Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-01-25 11:43 am   Permalink

Wow
Fink came out great
Bammmm those colors pop


 
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2016-01-25 3:02 pm   Permalink

Great work Wendy! Hope that you feel better soon.

I see my Octopus Bob over there... I keep checking to see if you have gotten to glazing it yet. I am excited to see how it turns out.


 
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Posted: 2016-01-26 08:16 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I'm getting the hang of this ceramic work. Certain glazes for certain types of work. You've got carving down and I love seeing your backyard.

lunavideogames so many projects and not enough time in a day. I have to really have my head on straight when I do your project. It's the hardest of all.

Today I'm going to just glaze some extra things that aren't tagged to anyone. If I sneeze or cough and drop something no big deal. Yours I could ruin in a blink of an eye. I do look forward to the day it fires.

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You've now seen all the fired pieces and now I'm back to glazing.

Wish List #6 during the past few days leading up to my cold and then during I cold I managed to finish glazing Jen Tiki's little lost tiki bowl.

Here are the steps.

Before starting to paint I sprayed the bisque with water until the whole bowl was moist. This helps the glaze to stick. It's called capillary action in the ceramic books. Think of donating blood and when they stick your finger and use a capillary tube to collect the blood.


I let the glaze firm up before putting on the next layer. 3 total.


I did the same with the bottom and then with the glaze that covered most of the bowl.


The birds have so many nooks and crannies that I turned the bowl over and over again so


that I didn't miss any areas. The top lip of the bowl will be glazed last since I keep turning the bowl over.


The next color goes on and then


the next layer of that color.


Then again until they all have 3 layers.


Then the red goes on and


then the orange. I added some rings around the eyes and


around all the decorations of the bowl.


Now it will sit and dry while I continue to glaze enough for a load.
It will have brighter colors when it fires. Dan loves this bowl as do I,
thank you Jen for asking Ken and I about making it.

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Psycho Tiki D came to pick up his 4 KISS mugs. I wore a face mask and didn't hug him.
In case you didn't know he is responsible for my starting into ceramics in 2010.
He asked me to make a Sacramento Crawl mug and so I had to decided if I wanted to do
this art form or not. Prior to that I sculpted works like the Bloody Maori and Gecko
produced them for me. Did I want to do all the work myself? I did! Thank you Duane.








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Posted: 2016-01-26 11:18 am   Permalink

That guy has a lot of arms!

Great job on the Kiss mugs and the LLT bowl is looking amazing.


 
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little lost tiki
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Posted: 2016-01-26 1:18 pm   Permalink

WOw! Always NUMEROUS Top Shelf Work
as usual...
You are a Clay master,darling!
Looking forward to seeing how Jentiki's bowl looks
after firing...it's going to be stellar!
VERY excited!
Such an amazing variety of styles on here
and you nailed them all!
Bravo x 100!
Hugs!
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Tyber Tiki
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Posted: 2016-01-26 2:33 pm   Permalink

Wendy, Jen Tiki's little lost tiki bowl looks awesome! I am sure those color combinations will look great once fired.

Oooh, I also spotted a huge Maori lamp lying on its side in your table photo...cant wait to see how that turns out! Its so much fun following this process!

Tyber Tiki


 
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