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Wendy Cevola 9/19/17 Glazing up a storm with 36 mugs and 2 bowls to do.
hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-06-08 7:53 pm   Permalink




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Posted: 2016-06-08 8:17 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki thank you so much for including us in Tiki Hula's visit to Las Vegas. You showed him a great time. The photos are fun. I hope he got loose from the Frankie's tiki without harm.

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I've been working hard today so I'm just going to post some catch up photos.


Justin posted this photo on fb of one of my hot tub hula girls. They sure get around!


We did a lot of backyard pruning and clean up and I thought that the flower made this a photo time.


I took Dan out for a burger. This one was called a Widow Maker. I had a salad.


Dan earned a tiki. I got this one from Dylan in Australia.


We were in a thrift store when I saw this mask. I think it is African in origin but it will fit in well with tikis.


That's it tonight I need to crash. Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2016-06-08 10:41 pm   Permalink

Yep
He got his arm out just fine

This is awesome



So is this






Round 2


























Good times...

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Posted: 2016-06-10 9:21 pm   Permalink

Man oh man you two know how to party! I'm jealous but at the same time I'm loving watching you guys have so much fun. I just wish we were there.

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Sacramento Crawl mug progress report. Here are a few of the photos that cover one whole month of work. I would get carpel tunnel if I posted all of them.


It was time to open the kiln with the first Sacramento Crawl mugs. Did they make it or did they crack? They were all fine.

I unloaded all the misc. things and they were fine too.


Every necklace and mug had to be scrubbed.


I was able to get him to blow a bubble just for you!



Once in the house these were put on the dining room table and covered with plastic until it is time to glaze them.


The next load is brought out to be sanded.



It's time to kiln wash some of my shelves. This material comes as powder that you mix in water. It is poison and a mask must be worn. Also so not get it on your skin. Death from kiln wash comes much faster than with clay dust.


Once it is made into a paste you brush it on in one direction and


once it is dry then the other and then back again. Let it dry before using the self in your kiln.


Sanding and


Dusting.


There's a lot of repetition when making a run of mugs.



I had problems with the kiln turning off because it wasn't heating fast enough. So I replaced the thermal couple.


I put it back together and started another load. It turned off once and I restarted it and it finished.


Another load sanded and dusted.


Fired but the


cones all melted. Not good. There is still a problem.


Dan said a good mug should be able to be held with one hand. I showed him it was easy even if they do weight 3.5 pounds empty!


I had to take the whole control box in to have the 3 replays replaced. I hope I remember where all these wires go and that it works.


I turned in the box at Alpha and got it back a few hours later. A miracle.

Once they are washed they go back into the house and are stored on the tables in the hallway. Yes the kiln is fixed!


Another batch waiting to be washed.


The last 10 to fire are waiting for Owen's HUGE bowl to dry. It will go on the top shelf of this load.


I scrub each one with a brush and Dan rinses them in the second can. The rinse water should stay clear.


60 of the 70 are now bisque fired. 10 to go. Not a single one cracked in the kiln. It's a great day for pineapples!


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Posted: 2016-06-11 05:49 am   Permalink

Come on
That's way to many Pineapple mugs for two people to make
Tell the truth
You grew em right?








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Posted: 2016-06-12 07:52 am   Permalink


hang10tiki you caught us. We should have waited until they matured and were colored. The hurricane sure did knock them over.


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We are taking a break and going for a walk. Back later. Wendy
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Posted: 2016-06-12 09:12 am   Permalink

Holy pineapples! Great job and congratulations.

Such beautiful pieces, and, as always, so impressed by you and Dan's attention to perfecting such a process. I'm tired just looking at all of the photos!



 
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Posted: 2016-06-12 2:12 pm   Permalink

TikiAno it has been a tremendous amount of work however I also did even more. Check below to see what else I did. 14 hour days are not uncommon when it comes to tiki work.

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When casting mugs there is always a clean up at the end. If you cast one or more mugs the clean up is the same. However when you open a mold there is the clean up of the mold itself so that part is more work.

Even still if I have an empty casting table I know I would be happier if I did a bit more. So 40 times when casting a crawl mug I also cast a fogcutter mug.


Remember the Diamond Head Island mug I made? Well I decided that it would speed up the Wish List #7 if I had Foggcutter mugs ready to paint.











So once all of them had dried I sanded the sides getting rid of mold lines and


Dan sanded the tops and bottoms.


We sanded all 40 of them in one day and


once they were done Dan carried them out and


blew off all the dust inside and out.


Here's the bottom shelf before firing and


after.



Here is the top shelf before firing and


after.



Once out of the kiln and by the side of the house it was


time for us to scrub them.


Now they are in the house and covered with plastic. They will have to wait now until I open the Wish List #7.


Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-06-13 10:29 am   Permalink

Good job cutting through the fog

A friend of mine sent this pic today
He woke up in Tahiti...

Ahhhh






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Posted: 2016-06-13 4:16 pm   Permalink

hang0tiki he must be at one of the resorts whose backs we saw. It's great to see some beauty is left on the island. It takes being a guest or working there to see it. From the streets it's not so much fun.

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I've been working hard so here's just some catch up photos.


Dan's copy of Smuggler's Cove has arrived. It's big and thick and looks like it's going to be fun to read.


Dan's been doing a lot of yard work. I told him if he would dig out some roots I'd give him a surprise.


Yep, a wonderful Maui Rob mug. I try to have surprises like this hidden away for rewards.


Another photo in our backyard. I always wonder what the bug spray guy thinks of us.


When Dan makes a treat for himself he likes it to be special. Yes he'll share.


We stopped at a garage sale and I got all these frogs for 2 dollars. Dan's going to put them in his jungle room.




Here's my hint for the day. The HUGE bowl for Owen is getting close to being dry. You can tell that it is NOT dry if it is cool to the touch. Also the color helps. The Tiki Bob is wet and dark grey while the bowl is lightening up.



Now it's time to relax. Cheers, Wendy








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Posted: 2016-06-13 8:02 pm   Permalink

That snack looks good
So does that new mug

Funny, I got my Smugglers Cove book yesterday
I'm half way through it
It's AWESOME
And Smugglers cove is on of my favorite Tiki bars
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Posted: 2016-06-15 12:43 pm   Permalink

OH Vegas was so awesome. Thanks for showing me around, Hang10, and for the great photos! I could live at Frankie's, Golden Tiki, and oh my god - Herbs & Rye!!

Now back to your regularly scheduled posts from Wendy
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Posted: 2016-06-15 1:47 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki the book is a close as we have gotten to Smuggler's Cove. One day we will go.

TikiHula gosh your ears must have been burning up today. Dan and I were talking about you because today I gave him the mug I got from you.

He is so happy to have this mug. He took me on a tour of all the places that bumped mugs until space was made that was just right.



He will treasure it and always think of you when he sees it.

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Last Wish List when I was doing so many custom pieces I also had 30 Hot Tub Hula Girls to make. My work days were far too long. So I decided to make my work days longer during the winter months.

While sculpting the Sacramento Crawl mug I spent 10 days casting 30 more of the parts for the Hot Tub Hula Girls. So if you are on the waiting list then these mugs are for you.

When I posts months of work it looks so easy but there's so much to do for each step.

January 2016

I cast 3 sets a day. All the molds must be cleaned and dried between castings.


I put them into plastic bags where they will stay until I have time to work on them.


February 2016.

I took one out of the bag and found it was covered with mold.


So I ignored the mold and cleaned off the mold lines and


underneath the mess was a beautiful girl.


I added long strands of hair. Once she was finished she went on her side on a table to wait for the next step.



March 2016


I finally finished fine tuning all of the girls.









Dan enjoyed watching this part. Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2016-06-16 11:42 am   Permalink

Glad Dan likes the mug! It's one of my favs and I'll always think of your guys when I see it

Nice work on all the crawl mugs and hot tub hula girls as usual!!
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Posted: 2016-06-16 9:41 pm   Permalink

TikiHula it's one of his and mine too. Glad you like the crawl mug and HTHG's in progress. Thank you.

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More steps making the Hot Tub Hula Girl mugs #61 - #90.


There's a lot of walking to make these mugs. Now I carried all 30 bowls into the kitchen. I keep them upside down in the plastic bags until I'm ready to use them. This keeps the clay from settling leaving the bottom very flat. The air in the bowl keeps it round.


Mu bowl mold is blank so I have to carve this into every bottom. That's 30 times.


When cutting clay you need a wet tool to make a clean cut. I use a spray bottom full of tap water.


I forgot to take a photo but I cut a soda straw to the right height for the hula girl. I used it when I cut the top off each bowl to make the coconut.


The clay I cut off was carefully squeezed into balls without air pockets so that I can use it to build other projects. I save it in an airtight container.


All 30 have been carved with my words on the bottoms and the tops have been removed. Now they are all back in the plastic bags waiting for the next step.


Thank you for the visit, Wendy






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