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Wendy Cevola 12/16/17 The second big Maoi bowl is completed.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-06-24 1:56 pm   Permalink

Thank you hang10tiki

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Here are the last of the 15 ordered Wedding mugs.


#11








#12





#13








#14





#15






That's all that were ordered but in case any crack when fired I have made three mugs that are blank on the back. I could glaze the names there to replace any that don't make it through the kiln.


#16 just in case...











#17 just in case












#18 just in case












I am completely done with casting, carving, sanding and bisque firing. I have more catch up photos
to post for a few days and then it's a glazing marathon.


Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2016-06-24 2:02 pm   Permalink

Amazing work on that Tiki Bob, Wendy! I still treasure the one-off Bob you made for me a few years ago!
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Posted: 2016-06-24 7:26 pm   Permalink

Ooooo... I like Bamboo Bob. Nice of you to do a wedding request.

 
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Posted: 2016-06-25 9:06 pm   Permalink

zerostreet that is so sweet. I noticed your logo on the front cover of Strangwise. I'm reading it now and I'm convinced that I had all the back issues hidden in our freezer wrapped in foil but they have since turned into something churning and turning into a rainbow of colors. You may have to come save us if it starts to grow like the Blob.

lunavideogames I figured out I had just enough room in the kiln and enough time to carve them at night. It all worked out. See below.


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The wedding mugs travel all over the place while being made. They went from the garage where they were cast to the family room where they were carved. Then to the kitchen to dry.


However Dan wanted them out of the kitchen so back to the garage.


Once they dried they went to the back yard


where I did all the sanding.


Dan did all the dusting.


The HUGE bowl was a challenge to sand. So many places.


I fit as much as I could on the bottom level. Some went in upside down. This is the last of the Sacramento Crawl mugs.


Then I filled the top level and turned on the kiln. I did a 1 hour preheat, 13.5 hour bisque fire and a 25 minute hold.


This should be the last fire until I start glazing everything. I hope you are all having a fun Saturday night. Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-06-25 10:01 pm   Permalink

Now that's a full load

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-06-26 8:40 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki I look at it as a glazing project waiting to be tackled!

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The very first day we cast wedding mugs two of them didn't turn out and had to be salvaged. Here's what I do when the slip sticks inside and I forgot to check. When this happens you can put a brush inside or hit the outside of the mold with a rubber mallet. Either way the slip will then pour out. I didn't check so I had two mugs that needed to become something else.

Usually when this happens the muck is just at the bottom half. So I turn the mug over and cut out the bottom. Then I scoop out all the mush.


Once that is done I smooth the inside of the mug.


I always turn these into lamps or torches. Yep I've had this happen in the past. That's why I recently chiseled the molds opening larger. So I add a top and then place a hole at the top and back bottom.


For these I like to do a coconut Tiki Bob so


I first carve in all the rings.


Then I use a wire brush to add the texture.


Done.








Now these were set to dry with all the wedding mugs.


Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2016-06-27 06:17 am   Permalink

Always thinkin

That coconut texture looks cool

How many coconut lamps does Dan-0 have
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Posted: 2016-06-27 07:28 am   Permalink

hang10tiki he has 3 of these that just happened. When I finish these they will look for a new home.

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It's wonderful to finally get to the point where all I will be doing is glazing. Everything is cast and waiting.

Here is the last bisque fired load of the summer. Top shelf.


Last item on the top shelf to remove.


Bottom shelf.


All the art is ready to be washed.


I scrub and Dan rinses.


This bowl is so HUGE that I had to have him hold it while I scrubbed.


The lamp/torch Tiki Bob's.


We finished all the washing. Notice the patio floor, we get drenched when washing.


I decided that I would take off all the plastic tarps and photograph all the pieces that need to be glazed.

The Sacramento Crawl mugs.


The Hot Tub Hula Girls in the back. The plain mugs in the front are the fogcutters for the next Wish List #7.


The wedding mugs, HUGE Bowl and the Tiki Bob lamps.


All the misc. such as The Jungle Bird mug the necklaces, Moai for my wall, the swap mug, the Frankoma coconut head goblet and a bowl that I will paint as an experiment.


This will be the summer of glazing!

Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2016-06-27 7:33 pm   Permalink

So much work for you 2
So much fun for us to watch
It almost doesn't seem fair
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-06-29 8:47 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki it's fair because I get paid!!!

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June 16, 17, 18, 2016 part one of our trip to Oregon.

We stopped at antique and thrift stores hunting for tikis the entire way. Dan got such a great deal on the small sized Trader Dick's moai that they were the first tikis to join us on our trip.


Here he found a Annette Funacello Hawaiian album. Dan plays records every day.


The next time we stopped we saw this blue Tepco bowl with a HUGE price. Dan wanted the bowl but we went back to the car without it. I told him go back it doesn't hurt to make a low offer.


I waited in the car. He returned with a huge smile and the bowl. The owner accepted his offer.


On Interstate 5 we came upon our favorite grey volcano. Then we


got to Mt. Shasta with it's peak in the clouds.


We arrived at our family reunion and I presented my great-niece with the blonde Hot Tub Hula Girl she had requested a year ago.


After the one day reunion we headed off to Crater Lake. Our first stop was at the Rouge River Gorge.


We had been checking the internet for Crater Lake and it was supposed to be sunny. Well it was for about 5 minutes.


I've only driven in snow 3 times before and had not touched any in years so I had to stop and build a snow tiki.


It was so beautiful. I drove very slowly. There weren't many other visitors.


The trees would drop snow every once in a while and once on our windshield. That was fun.


As the elevation went up the conditions got worse. "Dan good thing I told you to put the chains in the car." Oh Oh guess who forgot?


We began to wonder if we would make it over and out of the park. We also wondered if we would be able to see the lake.


The snow/ice in the center of my lane was hitting the underside of the car.


We finally saw the turn out for Crater Lake and pulled into the parking lot.


We were so happy. We could see the lake.


We could also see the island in the lake. It was 30 degrees out so we didn't stay long.


We were still concerned as to whether or not we could get out of the park to continue our journey.


We got to the North gate without going off the road. It was so worth the drive and much more exciting with the snow. We made our last stop at the doghouse. You know, one side for setters and one side for pointers!!!


More tomorrow. Cheers, Wendy






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Looks like a fun trip! I remember when I was a kid, we were camping at Crater Lake and had to stay an extra day because the snow had caused road closures. IT WAS JULY!! What a crazy planet we live on!

 
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Posted: 2016-06-30 08:29 am   Permalink


Something about that bowl seems familiar. I wonder what it could be...




Wow that wish list / crawl assembly line is getting outta hand. You need some interns/galley slaves.



 
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Posted: 2016-06-30 12:21 pm   Permalink

Hi Wendy & Wendy fans!

Long time, no see. Facebook is ruining TC for me! I see most of Wendy's stuff and Mike's on FB so I don't remember to check TC as often as I should. Sorry!

I saw the crawl mug on your newsfeed Wendy but missed the giant Bob bowl. All I can say is I'm glad I stopped by! That bowl is AMAZING! I might have to have a bowl as my next request.

It's summer in NJ and vacation for this teacher but I'm already working at one of my 2 summer camp jobs! I made the most of my 2 days off from working though and bought a beach house, which has been a lifelong dream of mine! It's rented for most of the season but we'll get to enjoy it this holiday weekend and then at the end of the summer into the fall. Just wanted to share. So let's just say I've been a little busy, lol!

Nice to "see" you all.
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JenTiki camping as kids was such a great time. We always went to Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon. We never had snow but all the water was icy cold in the summer. It's fun to picture you at Crater Lake with snow. I wish we had stayed to play but it was snowing lightly and we didn't know if it would get worse. Thank you for the story.

Philot is it the bust size??? Somehow it all gets done. Maybe it's my 14 hour work days.

LoriLovesTiki a beach house sounds like so much fun. We flew over the Jersey shore coming back from a trip. So many homes on the beach. I see you on fb and I was just thinking of you yesterday.

I've had so many friends here on Tiki Central that have disappeared. I keep thinking of dartharnie. Hey guy, where are you???

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Here's some more of our trip to Oregon. Part II.


From Crater Lake we drove on to Redmond for the night. Along the way there we stopped again to tiki hunt.
Is this thing old or new? Tiki or African art?


They wanted $850 for it. It did not come home with us.


One antique store had a zillion old boots for sale.


We put in for a Holiday Inn and the GPS took us out into the boonies. We were told to turn in to a place called Canyon Escapes and found a Holiday Inn Resort with 3 golf courses. Too bad we don't play. Our room had a view of the course.


The next morning we were off again heading to Astoria on the edge of Oregon along the Columbia River. We drove past 3 volcanos with snow.


We tried to have breakfast at a fun place but with an hour wait we left and went to Denny's.


The Columbia River and a town called The Dalles were pretty but we just kept on driving. We passed the northern edge of Portland after many hours on the road and didn't stop there either. Well traffic stopped us and it was stop and go for an hour and then we were on our way again.


We finally arrived in Astoria. We went straight downtown to all the antique stores. We had 2 hours before they would close and we didn't want to shop the next day. Right off we found a tiki bar.


We quickly photographed the inside and


after the photos it was back to running around to all the stores.


We didn't find a single tiki in Astoria. I bought one shot glass with the name on it. We found a restaurant on the ocean and sat


down for a nice dinner.


We had been to this tower last year so we skipped the drive.


Astoria is full of Victorian homes. It was fun to drive a few streets near downtown. We even saw a dear jump a fence and go into a backyard.


We found our Holiday Inn hotel and it was right under this bridge.


I'm pointing to our room on the second floor.


This is the view from our room.


We saw so many beautiful landscapes on the drive but it's something I wouldn't do a second time. I'm glad we did it this once.

Cheers, Wendy
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Great pics
Lots of good finds


 
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