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Wendy Cevola 11/19/17 Day Five on the Big Island of Hawaii I kept forgetting to change this title
hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-05-12 5:15 pm   Permalink

Love all the pics

Road trip time



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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-12 9:00 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki please continue to share photos while you play in Palm Springs. The Tonga Hut has one of my Hot Tub Hula Girls available for a drink. If you go there please snap a photo of her on the shelf if you see her or if someone is drinking from her coconut.

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For the Maori Swap due in August I decided carve a Maori head on a mug and on the back to carve THE MAORI as if it is a bar.






































Done and drying. Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2016-05-13 12:15 am   Permalink

Love that mug

Saw this to late
I'll look tomorrow


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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-13 09:28 am   Permalink

hang10tiki my heart aches to be there. Thank you for the photos and please keep them coming. I could see CY's unique tiki art. Say hi to him for us, please.

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It's FRIDAY THE 13TH. I think this is an extra fun day. Someday I'll make a mug for this day.

I'm still sharing a few projects before I start showing the Sacramento Crawl mug.

On the last Wish List I had to increase the depth of a bowl so I could make Jen Tiki' Wish come true. I took two tries before I succeeded.


After a couple of weeks I got it done.


Then I thought what if someone else wants a big bowl. I better get prepared. So here's what I did.


I took the mold that I had made in the past and cut dips into it all the way around. These will lock in the new piece I am about to make.


I had previously molded a vintage bowl I got at an antique sale. I put that bowl back in place. I didn't want any plaster to seep down the side of the bowl which would mess up the first mold piece so I put clay around the seam.


Then using a wet paper towel I removed the excess. This also makes the seal better between the plaster and original bowl.


Since I want to mold the entire bowl I needed a top to prevent the plaster from running over. So I added another vintage bowl to the top and ran clay around it.


Then again I used a wet paper towel to remove the excess and to improve the seal.


Next I did four coats of mold soap so that the two pieces wouldn't stick together. I paint it on, wait, then wipe it off. Then again, again and again.


I put the box around the first mold piece. Then I sealed all of the cracks. That would be wherever any plaster could seep through.


Both of us wore face masks to save our lungs. Plaster dust will turn into cement in your lungs if you don't wear a mask.


Once the plaster was like buttermilk in consistency we poured it into the mold.


An hour later the plaster was set up. I removed the box and rasped the edges smooth.


Next I tugged on the top bowl and out it came. Plaster doesn't stick to super smooth surfaces that have been glazed.


I put straps on and left the mold like this overnight. We were tired.


The next day I took off the straps and used a salad chopper (one of my favorite workshop tools) to loosen the top mold piece.


Oh Oh it didn't want to come apart. So I moved to the thicker corner. This time it worked.


I separated the two pieces and then found that the red bowl was stuck.


I got a towel and protected the bowl from my rubber mallet. Then with Dan there to catch I gave it a whack. Out it came.


Now the two pieces are ready to dry for a couple of weeks with a fan blowing on them. Whenever we go into the garage we rotate the pieces.


The days have passed and it is time to make a bowl. I strap the two pieces together and


we filled it up.


I let it sit for 2 hours.


This was going to be a lot of slip to pour back out so I removed some with a soft Styrofoam cup.


Dan does the heavy lifting.


So he tilted it to pour out the rest.


Even upside down.


Then it was placed on two wood blocks and left upside down overnight.


The next morning we turned it over. It was then that I realized that the clay at the top had to be removed so the mold piece could be taken off.


Once that was down I took off the straps and then took off the top mold piece.


I trimmed the top with a wet knife.


Then I smoothed it with a wet paper towel.


Next up I need to clean off this mold line.


I used the back of the knife to scrap it off.


Then I smoothed it with a wet paper towel.


I new have a bowl that can be altered any way I want. It can be cut shorter for one Wish or left as is for another.


I wrapped it in a bag until it is time to use it.


It sure is nice when something works out. If only I'd had it in time for JenTiki's bowl.

Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2016-05-14 1:58 pm   Permalink

Dangggg
That's a HUGE Cevola bowl

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Posted: 2016-05-15 08:14 am   Permalink

Wish you two were here

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-15 09:37 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I do so wish we were there. Those a wonderful photos. Did you survive that meal? How is the temperature each day? Say hi to Tavarua Tiki aka Chris for me.

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I decided to wait to post about the Sacramento Crawl mug until Tiki Caliente is over and all my friends have come home. So here are catch up photos.

My lucky day. A plate of fish fell off the wall but was saved when it hooked on a seahorse! I would have been so sad if that had taken them both down.



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First I slammed my finger in a closet door. Not too bad. Then I forgot and knocked on my neighbors door. That did it in. Ice took away the swelling and I was still able to work clay.


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My hero. He does the home care so I can work the clay.




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Dan continues to be a bull in a china shop. Repairing things he's broken or mending things he bought that had chips is how this art career started.
Here are the latest casualties and how I fixed them with the miracle Elmer's Wood Filler, sand paper and acrylic paint.

He asked me to fix this batch and then after I started working...


he came back with more!








Elmer's shrinks a bit so a second coat is added then sanded when dry and then painted.






















































There are two more repairs that were just placed on my table. They will have to wait.

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I've heard artists say that the clay spoke to them. Well it finally happened. I looked over at this lump of drying discarded clay and it asked me to save it.


I started to carve.


I hollowed out the back to prevent cracking.


Here is my little tiki spirit.


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I've run out of necklaces so I decided to make some more.



























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Next I needed a few Moai wall hangings for our family room so we did those too.












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Now I'm all caught up posting misc. projects. I might as well show our rescue cat. We have had here since 1999.

She was Fluffy and we named her Sherry but she responds to kitty kitty kitty.




That's all for now. I'm hoping hang10tiki will keep us up to date until he leave Tiki Caliente. Thank you hang10tiki. Cheers, Wendy















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Posted: 2016-05-16 09:16 am   Permalink

Wow
Last few days of your posts seem like 2 months worth of work

Hope your finger is better

Caliente was HOT
In the 90s

3 people split that huge meal, and took some home

Looking forward to your updates and fun posts

Brought back to much stuff from Caliente
I need more room


 
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Posted: 2016-05-16 09:35 am   Permalink

Wendy, you HAVE been busy! I think "repair shop" needs to be added to your list of other positions/ skills: Ceramic Artist, Mold Master, Watcher-of-the-Dan, and more.

Love the big bowl, thanks for posting the step by steps. So you don't use any release/ soap on top of the high gloss glazed pieces when molding them? Huh. (I still have yet to take a go and mold making after that last disaster, ha!)

Jon, thanks for posting pics from TC. I'm going to make it next year- too much work, and a son that has decided to go on strike from sleeping made it impossible to escape this weekend....

Love cy's work, as always, look forward to seeing more of it in person in August.



 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-16 4:23 pm   Permalink

Tonight at 7PM I'll be trying to book at room for Tiki Oasis. I wish any of you who are doing the same good luck and best wishes.

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hang10tiki how about a photo of all your tiki treasure and some more event photos when you are rested up. Those you've posted were wonderful.

TikiAno the more I do it the easier the molding gets. It is fun to have learned to do so many things. I don't know anything about raising babies so there you go.


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SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG sign ups are open, just let me know if you want one and I'll put you on the list. The list will be on Page One of this thread.

Here are the previous mugs 2010 -2015. Zombie Hut, Tiki Bob's, Hawaiian Hut, Coral Reef, Albert's Tiki Villiage and the Bali Hai.





Each year I do a mug that is from a place that existed in the Sacramento, California area. I try to figure out a style that will work for each place.

This year I will do a life size pineapple. This real one is my guide but of course I also use artistic license.



The place I have chosen to represent this year is The Tropics. I have borrowed all these photos from the posts by atomicpear on Tiki Central. He made this mug possible. The photo souvenir says 1945 when I did research using the Sacramento Library there never was a placement of the phone number nor an add in the phone book. I think this place was short lived.











So I have the place, I have the design but I needed a tiki. One fell in our laps at the antique sale under the freeway in Sacramento. The man told us it was a decoration in a tiki bar in the 1940's I decided to believe him and to purchase it so I could put it on the pineapple mug.


The next step will be to sculpt the mug. Cheers, Wendy


PS I will also start the list on page one for those who sign up for a mug.





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Posted: 2016-05-16 4:31 pm   Permalink


Da goods brought back from Caliente
















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Posted: 2016-05-16 8:15 pm   Permalink

Wendy,

Did not see my name on the list. Please add me for one or a variation please. In fact, please add me to all of the crawl mug lists from now on?

Thanks, love and hugs-

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bobtiki
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Posted: 2016-05-16 9:08 pm   Permalink

Wendy, I'm not caught up yet, but I just have to say thank you for so much detail on your process, and so many tips. This thread is amazing. I've started from the beginning, and I'm on page 53. Only 444 pages to go!

My goal is to make at a custom mug for my home tiki space by the end of the year. Hopefully I'll be finished reading by then!
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Posted: 2016-05-16 9:13 pm   Permalink

I'd like a mug, Wendy. Mahalo!

 
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Posted: 2016-05-17 08:33 am   Permalink

Please add me to the Sac Crawl mug list, Wendy - many thanks!

 
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