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Wendy Cevola 9/20/17 Glazing up a storm with 36 mugs and 2 bowls to do.
hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-06-02 2:24 pm   Permalink

The bowl came out great Wendy!!!!!!!!!!!

I mean Dr. Wendy

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-06-02 8:32 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki he requested a few tweaks. See below!!!

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After posting photos on the page before this one, of Owen's huge bowl, he has a few requested changes.

I had matched the picture of the monkey but he wanted the tail to now go on the opposite side. I removed the tail from Tiki Bob's face.


I repaired Bob's face and then added hair to the monkey.


I filled in some of the carved areas so I could


build a new tail.


The last request was for a tattoo on this Tiki Bob's chin.


Fingers crossed that the bowl is now done.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-06-03 08:42 am   Permalink

SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG THE VERY FIREST ONE OUT OF THE MOLD. First let me say that what I show here as my "cleaning method" will change. The TOP will change. So I will be using the first mugs for my glaze tests and then the run of mugs for the crawl will all have the new top and the extra pineapple skin carving. Future photos will explain what I have written today.

I put the mold together. Five pieces. We only made ONE mold so it will take 70 days to pour the 70 mugs I want to get done this summer. I will use the mold 100 times before I break it into pieces.


We filled up the mold to the top. Another reason I make thick mold is that we don't have to baby sit the mold. Once it is poured it can sit until it is time to pour it out. Note how I use a crayon to mark 1 on the side of the mold. I keep track of how many times the mold has been used. Hit 100 and it will be broken.


As the water is removed from the slip by the mold it lowers the top level. If my mold wasn't didn't have a couple of inches before it gets to the mug I would have to return to keep "topping" it off. My little hula girl molds have to be topped off every 10 minutes for one hour to get a good cast.


At the end of 2 hours we poured out the rest of the slip. I now have a hollow mug.


The mold is left upside down over night and then the next morning I can open it.


I quickly learned that this mold should be opened upright not lying on its side like these photos. It was too much weight to lift it out this way.


The mold came apart easily and I didn't find any undercuts. One of my best molds to date.


I then trimmed the top.


I did a rough clean up of the mold lines.


I checked this side and


then the other side. Looking successful so far.


Still checking.


The bottom came out well also.


Now it was time to work on the top. Remember it will be different in the end.


Top view of the mug. I can see that a regular straw will not work. It will fall in and disappear.


I am doing a stylized top to my pineapple. This is not the final version. Did I say that before???


I sand with a wet brush of different sizes.


Number One is done and this will eventually become one of the glaze test batch.





One more thing I will do to this mug is to hand carve more detail into the pineapple skin of every mug.









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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-06-03 2:11 pm   Permalink

Nice
Dat big pineapple made me hungry
Great texture


 
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TikiAno
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Posted: 2016-06-03 9:24 pm   Permalink

Likey likey. Tiki Ari will like this mug. He loves pineapples (calling for it by yelling "apple!"). Well, apples are "apples," as are pineapples, not to mention cucumbers. What can I say? He's not the sharpest kid. At least he likes apples.

How many glaze tests are you going to do for the Crawl mug? Love watching the magic happen.

Like Jon, now I'm hungry.

For some apple.



 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-06-04 1:51 pm   Permalink


hang10tiki pineapple is a wonderful fruit. I'm glad you like the texture. I end up re-carving it on every mug so that it's even better.

TikiAno he is so sweet.
I have enough projects going that I can do a glaze test once and if it works keep with it. If it doesn't I'll try again. As long as other projects fill the kiln I can keep going until I find the perfect way to glaze it.

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Well you all may have thought I had finished the HUGE bowl for Owen Wright but it wasn't done. Here are the last steps.


I wasn't sure how firm the bottom of the bowl was as of today. So I made some balloon supports so that the weight of the hula girl wouldn't pull on the bottom when turned upside down.


I put another disc on top of the bowl. I held it in place while Dan lifted all the weight.


Together we flipped the bowl over.


I easily removed the support.


Now I could tell that the bottom was firm and that the balloons weren't really needed. Didn't hurt either.


Now it's time to clean up the bottom of the bowl and the bottoms of the mugs.


I carved the opening that goes up into the hula girl to prevent trapped gas.


Next I started on the backs of each mug. I added texture to the monkey's tail.


Then I continued the carving from the front to the back.


It's a really weird angle to carve from but it still works.


One by one I


did all four.


Now the bowl is done being sculpted and can dry.


Here's a photo without the support under the bowl.


The monkey is happy to be furry and out of the bag.


Cheers, Wendy








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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-06-05 1:34 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki thank you for the smiling face.

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SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG 2016. It took three months to cast 70 mugs. We had a trip during this time that halted production. It is a real commitment to make a run of mugs.
There are so many steps. Here's a brief show of those months.

I set up a table in the hallway for the crawl mugs. The dining room table was covered with the Wish List #6 pieces in progress.


I finally decided to build leaves and to wilt them on the top of each mug.


Out of the mold the detail wasn't as much as I wanted so I hand carved


the detail into each section on the back.


It now looks like I wanted. I will just have to sculpt better in the future.


I always put Dan to work. He's my heavy lifter and this mold is around 35 pounds when filled.


One by one they start to add up.


These mugs are so huge and I cast them to be thick that we keep running out of slip. When we bring it home I add water and we mix it up. They make it thick where we buy it so in a way it's a bargain.


It is fun to watch them add up. Sometimes we have company and I get to show off our work.


Every day we pour a mug. The next day we open the mold and I take it inside to fine tune all the parts. The mold dries from 6 am until 3 PM and then we pour the next mug.


The table is slowly filling up.


Ten days later I have 40 mugs on the table and we went shopping to buy another table for the next 30.


Back to the store for more slip and then we mixed it up with water again.


Every day I finish off a mug and then get back to the Wish List #6.


In the background you can see the second table is beginning to fill up with mugs.



Now I've done 20 more and placed them on the second table.


10 days later you can see how well the mugs on table one have dried.


I have marked the mold with #70 the last mug I will pour now.


Here it is out of the mold. No catastrophes so far.



This photo shows that I have 70 total mugs drying.


From the other end of the hallway you can see both tables are loaded.


This was a huge project and there's so much more to do. Good thing I started on January 1st 2016!

Cheers, Wendy
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2016-06-05 4:16 pm   Permalink

Wow Wendy what a huge task. You sure are a trooper! The pineapples look great. It will be a fun crawl to get such a cool mug.

 
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Posted: 2016-06-06 07:48 am   Permalink

Dannnng
Looks like Dole plantation took over


 
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cy
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Posted: 2016-06-06 2:22 pm   Permalink

The monkey bowl is fantasy Wendy!!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-06-06 8:53 pm   Permalink

lunavideogames it is really a huge task but I started Jan. 1st. The year I made the first crawl mug I started in August. I am still shocked that I got them made by October.

hang10tiki your comment just made the mug better.

cy this was a fun bowl to make. Now it's in and out of a plastic bag all day long. Slowly drying. I sure like your new guitar design.


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Sacramento Crawl mug. The next step is to sand and to fine tune 70 huge mugs. It's time to wear a face mask for hours.


Over the years I've learned a few things. One the clay dust will just fall right off of a big plastic bag so I wear one over my lap. Two I use a knee pad or other soft surface to protect the mug when I sand. Three I stick a piece of tape between my eyebrows so that I don't frown and end up with deep lines. You all know by now to WEAR A FACE MASK to prevent dying.


When I designed this mug I knew it would be a bear to sand and to glaze but I did it anyway. It is always good to have a sanding plan and to stick with it on every mug. That will prevent you from missing a part.

So my first area to sand was between each leaf on the top.
8 areas x's 70 mugs ='s 560 areas to sand.


Next I sanded all of the bent over leaves, top bottom and edges.
8 leaves x's 70 mugs ='s 560 leaves to sand.



I couldn't take a photo to show it but I used fingers from both hands to hold each end of the mesh and then I pulled it back and forth like a saw. I did this with the mesh pulled forward and then with it pressed backwards. 16 of these to sand on every mug.
70 mugs ='s 1,120 of these semi-leaves to do.


Then I sanded both sides of each leaf base.
70 mugs x's 16 surfaces ='s 1,120 of the sides to do.


Now going around the tiki I sanded the bamboo,


the tiki,


the bamboo, the name, the bamboo.
So for all 5 areas times 70 mugs this equals 350 large areas.


Next I did the bottom. 1 bottom x's 70 bottom's equals 70.


The last step was to sand the pineapple made of 44 squares times 70 equals 3,080 squares.


The grand total is 6,860 parts to sand to fine tune 70 mugs. Do I look hot and tired?


I will be sharing my work days ahead. This wasn't a fast task. Time to rest, cheers, Wendy





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This has to be my new favorite Wendy quote:

WEAR A FACE MASK to prevent dying.



That's a ton of work....
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Posted: 2016-06-07 8:41 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki it's really fun to have someone not only read my words but to dub them a favorite. Thank you so much.

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While working on the Sacramento Crawl mug I also cast a few other things. They dried first and now it was time to sand them.


Necklaces, the Swap mug and a huge bowl.


I carved my name on the bottom of the bowl while sanding.


My sanding supplies are a soft support for the item, mesh sandpaper and clay tools for carving. Now it the time to fine tune before firing.


When I finished Dan got out the air compressor to blow off the dust.


I was looking forward to loading all of the necklaces into the big bowl.


When you bisque fire everything is able to touch each other.


So I kept stacking in the necklaces in layers until


they were all in the bowl.


Now I filled the bottom shelf of the kiln with the bowl, the swap mug and some Moai that I'd made.


This is the first load of crawl mugs to sand. I took them outside and you saw how many places I had to sand to finish each one.


Dan again blew off the dust.


He had to get behind the lower leaves and at the same time not hit the bent leaves.


He did an excellent job and into the kiln they went to be fired.


I fire with a preheat only if I am uncertain that they are completely dry. If there is any moisture they will crack.
I also fire using a slow ramp of 13.5 hours because this also will prevent cracking.
I have a hold of 25 minutes at the end so that at maximum temperature the clay will shrink as much as it can.
This prevents the glaze from popping off the ceramic when firing.

Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-06-08 12:42 am   Permalink

Busy busy


Well well well
Guess who came to Vegas
I think he had a good 1st day



























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