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Wendy Cevola 9/19/17 Glazing up a storm with 36 mugs and 2 bowls to do.
MaroneTiki
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Posted: 2016-05-17 08:47 am   Permalink

Hi Wendy! Please sign me up for a Sac Crawl Mug.

Thanks
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Posted: 2016-05-17 08:48 am   Permalink

On the Sac crawl list, yessss! Loving all your stuff Wendy, that big bowl looks like it will be fun. Great job on the mold!
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-17 08:54 am   Permalink


hang10tiki you for tiki treasure. I love the little Disney tikis.

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I will update the list on page one of this thread. Thank you. Bob Tiki my ability to make molds has gotten better over time. The Sacramento Crawl mug mold which I will be showing soon was the best one I've done so far. So use it as a guide for making your mold. Next up will be the sculpting. Remember NO undercuts.

More photos later today. Wendy


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Posted: 2016-05-17 2:29 pm   Permalink

Wendy,
Count me in on the next wish list...not really sure what I want quite yet. I can either pick something you have done in the past...or we could work on another design together...let me know your preference?

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-17 3:26 pm   Permalink

bobtiki that really pleases me. Those pages just sit there until someone has a desire to make a mug. I share everything because it was so hard to pry information out of artists. I think the more we all do the longer tiki will stay alive. Good for you and your desire to make a mug. You can start a thread here on "other crafts" and share your steps. We all would enjoy that. I post my mistakes too so you read those they won't happen for you.


RVICTOR the Wish List is for anything. You think it up we'll get it done. That's the fun. Your first Wish Has been made four times and Dan has kept two of them. I like your ideas. Wish List 7 will start at the end of this year but anyone can send me their ideas at any time. I have a binder going already.

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SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG. I WANTED TO MAKE A PINEAPPLE. I HAVE TO MAKE IT WORK WITH AN OPENING AT THE TOP. SO I WENT TO WORK USING SUPER HARD ROMO CLAY.

I TOOK THE SCULPT THAT I HAD DONE FOR ALBERT'S TIKI VILLIAGE. I SMOOTHED IT OUT.


ROMO CLAY IS HARD TO WORK WITH. I MELTED IT AND


THEN TOOK THE SOFT CLAY AND ADDED IT TO THE SCULPT.


I CUT SLABS AND ADDED THEM TO THE BASE. THE SCULPT NEEDS TO BE LARGER BECAUSE THE CAST MUGS SHRINK TWICE DURING PRODUCTION.


I STARTED THE ADDITION OF LEAVES.


I CHECKED IT AGAINST THE MODEL. WHAT SHOULD I DO? I DON'T WANT THE OPENING INTO THE MUG TO BE TOO SMALL.


I KEPT GOING. I ADDED LEAVES.


THEN I ADDED MORE LEAVES. DAYS ARE PASSING.


I DECIDE TO TAKE A BREAK FROM THE TOP AND TO WORK ON THE BOTTOM.


I WANT TO CARVE MY NAME ETC. HOWEVER THAT'S WHEN I REMEMBER THAT I HAD COVERED A BOWL. THAT'S A BIG PROBLEM. I COULD ADD MORE CLAY TO THE BOTTOM OR...


SO I CUT IT IN HALF TO REMOVE THE BOWL AND JAR.


I ADD A BRICK OF ROMO CLAY AND


COVER IT WITH MORE MELTED ROMO CLAY.


ONCE I GET TO THIS DONE THE PINEAPPLE LOOKS UPSIDE DOWN SO


I CUT OFF THE TOP.


I MADE A LOCK SO I COULD


PUT IT FIRMLY ONTO THE OTHER END.


I CALLED DAN INTO THE ROOM TO TELL ME WHAT HE THOUGHT.


HE ASKED ME, "WHY ARE YOU PUTTING AN ARTICOKE ON THE TOP OF THE PINEAPPLE?" I LOVE THIS MAN.



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My niece makes buttons. She made these for me. I plan to hand out the Hot Tub Hula Girl buttons at Tiki Oasis. You see me just ask for one. The white button I will hand out at the Sacramento Crawl.






She can put a photo and lettering of whatever your heart desires on a button. Different sizes and quantities are available.
I bought the largest size 1 and 1/2 inch and ordered 100 each. If you wanted that many and that large they cost for one hundred $40.

There are many less expensive options. She can be reached at
sykoticbuttons@hotmail.com

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Cheers, Wendy


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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-05-17 7:23 pm   Permalink

Thanks Dan-0
I almost spit out my root beer





Love all the work and thought you put into your mugs
This is another fun one to watch

Put me in for the next wish list
My idea is all ready
I think the spousal unit wants to jump in on the next wish list too
But she will not tell me what she's thinking of
Hmmm

Cheers
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-18 10:07 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I have already printed all the photos of the tiki. I need you to send me a photo of the angle of the building you want on the mug. All this applies unless you have changed your request.

Dan is a wonderful resource for critiques. I might have ended up with the artichoke if he hadn't been available.

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SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG 2016
THE FIRST SET OF PHOTOS CHRONICLED THE FIRST WEEKS WORK. THESE PHOTOS SHOW THE SECOND WEEK. ROMO CLAY IS HARD ENOUGH TO CARVE WITH CHISELS AND SO IT TAKE A LOT OF PHYSICAL STRENGTH TO MOVE IT INTO PLACE.

SO AFTER THE CRITIQUE I START TO WORK TO MAKE IT LESS AN ARTICHOKE. FIRST I CUT BACK THE NECK AND


ADDED TINY LEAVES.


NEXT I CARVED IN THE NAME OF THE TIKI BAR/RESTAURANT.


THIS TIME I CRITIQUED IT MYSELF AND MY CRITIKI SAID THIS LOOKS LIKE GARBAGE. EVEN THE LETTERING WAS OFF.


SLASH IT WITH THE KNIFE.


SLASH IT AGAIN.


SCRAPE THE TOP.


ADD ROMO CLAY.


USE UP THE LEAVES TO BUILD UP THE BOTTOM.


KEEP SMOOTHING.


NOW I HAVE A SHAPE I CAN WORK WITH.


I'M HAPPY AT LAST. CHEERS, WENDY


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Posted: 2016-05-18 10:24 pm   Permalink




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Trader Tom
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Posted: 2016-05-18 11:21 pm   Permalink

I can't believe he's still alive after the artichoke comment!

Maybe an artichoke mug could work, though...



I can't stand artichoke liqueur by itself, but I have seen people try to work it into Tropical/ Tiki cocktails. Check out the "Artichoke Hold" below:

http://punchdrink.com/recipes/artichoke-hold/



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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-19 08:30 am   Permalink

hang10tiki you came up with your own thumbs up like facebook only better. He's cute, must be based on you?

Trader Tom I ask for Dan's opinion all the time. He has a good eye. He's a keeper so he'll always survive his comments. That's fun to know there is such a concoction from artichokes.

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Here are some catch up photos and then more on the crawl mug tonight.


slowhandtikiman came by to pick up his Wishes.


Dan got out his two Tiki Modern mugs so they could have a last look with them all together. #1 is with the designer RVICTOR


Today we go to Alpha Fired Arts because I'm almost out of slip. 30 gallons jugs of slip now made into tiki art.


This is the first set of buttons I'm having my niece make and


then I am having her make some more using blue.
sykoticbuttons@hotmail if you would like to have button made


Dan and I went antiquing and he asked me to pose with this sombrero. He said it matched my Hawaiian shirt.


Surprise he actually found a cool Maori tiki.


Thank you for the visit, Wendy






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Posted: 2016-05-19 8:34 pm   Permalink

This has never happened to me before. I think I forgot to turn the mold over to get rid of debris before pouring in the slip.
Dan asked me to make him a goblet.

Out of the mold I took the War God.


I have all these mold lines


to remove. I see a tiny open spot on the bottom of the nose. All possible air bubbles must be removed.


But this was like a horror movie. I start to dig and I get legs and wings and guts. So gross.


I think I got it all out because if I didn't it will explode in the kiln. I filled the hole with clay and smoothed it nice and flat.


To put on the top which will be a coconut I cut a hole. This will prevent an air pocket. The first goblets I made exploded.


Now I'm prepping the coconut.


I think I will have bug nightmares tonight.

Cheers, Wendy


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TikiAno
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Posted: 2016-05-20 12:34 am   Permalink

I saw a resemblance...




Oh, this is more like it...



(Jon, posted with all due respect, of course, my friend).

Excited about the progress of the new Crawl mug- always exciting to watch your next creation.

Wow, I've heard about putting the lime in the coconut, but not about putting the fly in the War God. I guess there's a first time for everything. Too bad there wasn't a camera catching your reaction to finding the insect in your clay- whoa!

Thanks for posting!!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-20 08:35 am   Permalink

TikiAno that looks like the girl on the TV. Jon is as cut as a ... Jon! My reaction to the beetle was, yeeeeeeeeewh. I was glad that he wasn't moving. I think he died in the mold and that I forgot to check before pouring in the slip.

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SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG. TIME TO LET THE TOP REST AND TO WORK ON THE TIKI.

Working to replicate someone elses work is much harder than making your own. It would be wonderful if the person who carved this tiki back in the 1040's would see this and come forward to say "hey I did that". There was no name on the bottom.

To get the proportions right I print out a few sizes of the photo until I find one that is just right to fit the sculpture.


Then keeping it in place I cut through the clay to make an outline.


Using the photo I begin to sculpt the tiki.


I use wood tools and some metal cutting tools.


It's taking shape! AT this time I decide to add some arms, hands and feet.


It's done for now. I will come back to it later on as the overall design comes to me.


Next it's time to figure out how I will do the name of the restaurant. Again I printed out many sizes of the name and


then picked the one that fit best.


I decided to make a bamboo trim around the tiki so I went to work on that part.


Now the name will go below the bamboo.


This will turn into a very detailed sculpt. More tomorrow. Wendy


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Posted: 2016-05-21 08:46 am   Permalink

SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG 2016 SIGN UP NOW! This is my best bargain, a huge mug for $85 plus shipping unless you attend the crawl.

To have the wording be 3D I built a platform for the word THE.


I used the paper to draw and outline and then I carved around it.


Here it is roughed out.


Now I will do the same with the large word TROPICS.


In place.


I use a sharp cutting tool to get through the paper and clay.


I'm gone cutting and


then I removed the paper and smoothed the clay. The tool that is in front is my favorite wooden tool for clay work. I have had it since the 1960's. Once in awhile I sand it to sharpen the edges. I've never found another one. I treasure this tool. You can find both ends separately just not together and in this hard wood.


Done.


Now I trace Sacramento.


Then I carve it out and add the next band of bamboo just like in their ad.


Here's 2/4ths of the pineapple started but not finished.


There will be more steps to getting these areas finished.


Now I'm getting past thinking of the artichoke. Wendy





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Posted: 2016-05-21 2:07 pm   Permalink

Ano- good 1
Wendy- love the lettering detail

Ano-




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