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Wendy Cevola 11/22/17 Day Seven on the Big Island of Hawaii in the town of Pahoa.
TikiHula
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Posted: 2016-07-01 10:18 am   Permalink

Wow, can't believe the snow in June, but it looks like a great trip was had!

 
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Posted: 2016-07-01 11:54 am   Permalink

Welcome to Oregon! You are doing all the things I wish I had the time to do!!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-01 8:46 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki I will have to post some on the "finds" page. We found some great things.

TikiHula the snow made it very exciting and dangerous. We will stick to Interstate 5 and the coast from now on. But as a one time trip it was wonderful.

DixonAlibi traveling to Oregon has been a yearly trip since the 1960's when my sister's family moved there. They lived in Burp Holler 40 miles above Junction City. I got to watch Eugene build up from a tiny hamlet into what it is today. My family is now spread out from Medford to Portland. As long as we can drive we will continue to enjoy Oregon and family.

I hope you'll be able to have fun soon or at least by the time you are our ages. Welcome to my thread. You'll make a lot of friends here.

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Part III the rest of our trip to Oregon and the successful Tiki Hunt.

Today our goal was to find tikis all the way to Newport.


The bridge we slept under goes North to Washington. We took the bridge that took us South.


We were commenting on how we didn't find any tikis in Astoria when in a Goodwill store I noticed all the tikis in this ladies cart. She lives in Astoria. Her name is Pooka and she's a tiki collector.


She hunts really well so we know not to hunt in her home town. She is my newest fb friend. I hope she joins Tiki Central.


We made it to Seaside in time for lunch. All the restaurants on the main drag were super busy. We got to the beach and turned left.

We saw a hotel with a sing for a restaurant.
We sat down with a beautiful view and had a terrific lunch. We will go there again.


After lunch we headed out. Along the way we saw this garden.


We drove along the Oregon coast and stopped to admire the view.


In several costal towns we saw Munktiki's for sale in the antique shops. That was fun.


We got to Lincoln too late to shop. We were sad because our best luck has always been there. Too far to come back and I had a hotel reservation in Newport. At least we got to see some HUGE tikis.


We made it to Newport and walked along the pier area.


We like to visit these tikis that


are in front of Ripley's Believe It Or Not.


WOW WOW WOW WOW the next day we found a cookie jar we didn't know existed. We had the shakers (now we have 2 sets) but now we had something wonderful.


Here's the bottom of the cookie jar.


We were still in ecstasy when in another store we found a wooden tiki pole similar to those at the Tiki Oasis hotel in San Diego. All four sides are tikis.


We went to breakfast at Elmer's and had their famous German pancake. It's so good with lemon.


At another store I though I'd spotted a tiki mug but


I was fooled. I do like the looks enough to try the shape out for a mug in the future.


We made a spur of the moment decision to leave the coast and to cut over to Eugene, Oregon so I could visit my nephew and his wife.
We spent the night in Springfield another good hunting ground.


The next day we took them out to lunch and I gave them a copy of Tiki Magazine and showed them my article.


Now it was time to drive home from Eugene. We got to see the top of Mt. Shasta.


At home Dan unloaded all of his tiki loot.


We are still stunned with this find and


this bowl now


has been placed with those in the other colors.



Oregon is a wonderful state. We always have a great time. Thank you all for sharing this with us. Cheers, Wendy






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DixonAlibi
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Posted: 2016-07-02 10:09 am   Permalink

That wooden Tiki pole looks like ones that were in the entryway at the Portland Kon-Tiki!



 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-07-02 11:38 am   Permalink

Wow
Great batch of treasure
You guys sure had fun


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-03 08:22 am   Permalink

DixonAlibi thank you so much for the photo and information. I wonder if Oceanic Arts made these poles. I printed the photo with your post for Dan's binder.

hang10tiki we love Oregon and seeing my family. We just have too many tikis to move there.

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I am working on the wedding mugs for Nate and Shannon. Tiki Bob's are a lot of work to glaze.
The glaze sometimes runs off the tip of the nose no matter how careful I am so I'm trying something new.


CN glazes are a self glazing underglaze. It doesn't move when fired. IN glazes move into crevasses and enhance the carving.

I found CN glaze that matched the IN glaze. So I start by glazing the noses and around the face with the CN glaze.


Next I do coat number one all over the rest of the mug. I also used the CN on a back area of one mug where I'll be adding printing.


Fronts done and


then the sides and backs.


Once I had three layers done I did the black part of the face.


This blank area is where I also used the CN glaze. That allows me to


paint in the lettering to personalize this mug.


Even with all of this these mugs are not done.

Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2016-07-04 8:36 pm   Permalink

Progress Report on the Wedding mugs for Nate and Shannon.


The groom requested a black mug with a gold interior. So I started with the gold. After I did this I let it dry.


I used the CN black under-glaze to do the nose and around the face.


To do the top lip I just put some glaze on my turn wheel and then


Stuck the lip of the mug into the glaze. While it was in position I glazed the bottom.


I had never done this glazing technique before and it didn't work. When I pulled the mug loose it sprayed spots of black glaze all over the gold. I was able to scrap it off and to add more gold glaze so that it didn't have these spots. That took more time than carefully painting on the black top.


Next I did 3 layers of IN black glaze.


Next I did the face and when it was dry I did the 2 layers of white under-glaze. If I just put clear on the white bisque clay it wouldn't look nearly as good.


I let the faces dry between each layer of white.


This white under-glaze will cover over any imperfections in the clay or from colored glaze that was wiped off but has some remain. That's why I do the glazing steps in this order. It took years to perfect the right way to glaze a Tiki Bob.


First layer of Duncan's Clear Brilliance. It's the only clear glaze I've found that doesn't make the black under-glaze run.


They dry completely and then


I put on another layer.


Sometimes the layers are not equal and there can be rough spots after firing. Since I need these mugs to be good with the first firing I did 3 layers of the clear.

I hope you are all having a very nice holiday, cheers, Wendy






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Posted: 2016-07-05 07:42 am   Permalink

Bob be lookin good

Hope you two had a nice 4th

Cheers


 
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hang10tiki we tried to relax last night but the noise and illegal fireworks kept us up until 11 PM. Then I used earplugs and got some sleep.

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Here are the best photos of finishing the glazing of the wedding mugs for Nate and Shannon.


To do the wedding mugs I put them with their glazes.



Then I started by doing the insides of the brown mugs. That way they could dry overnight while I worked on the other colors.


The inside color is the same as the outside color for these mugs.


It sure makes a mess.


I got them done. Next was the clean up.


I used a CN brown that matched the IN glaze. CN glazes do not move but they do not enhance detail. But I didn't want a runny nose.


Next came the Cover Coat black lips and eyes.


Just a pretty picture of Tiki Bob.


First layer of brown glaze.


Drying.


Second layer of brown


Drying between layers is important. There's a lot of walking from point A to point B to point C when glazing. Point C is the clean up.



Third layer of brown.


Out to dry.


Back in the house for two layers of white cover coat under-glaze and then the 3 layers of clear.


Outside to dry.


There is no easy way to do a mug like this one. The carving was the easy part the glazing took days.

I started by glazing the inside of the mug.


Next the black outline of the face.


I glazed each flower using a toothpick. A tiny amount of glaze over and over again


until one by one the flower indentations were filled up with glaze.


I did several colors to match the wedding but the Raspberry color didn't have a glaze to match. I may use enamel after these fire.


The next day after the flowers had dried I used a wet paper towel to wipe off any glaze that was out of the indentations.



I used the white cover coat to do the face and the black cover coat for the eyes and pink for the lips.


The very hardest part was glazing all of the mug with the white under-glaze. I had to be careful not to get any on the flower petals. This took many hours because I had to do it twice.


Now it sat overnight


to let the white completely dry.


Now the four mugs need the clear glaze.


I use Duncan's Clear Brilliance because it doesn't make the black under-glaze run.


Three coats of clear.


I used the outdoor heat to dry them completely before they would go into the kiln for firing.



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Posted: 2016-07-06 3:57 pm   Permalink

So many Bobs make me so happy.

Wow, just got caught up (took a bit) since I've been gone from TC for a while- yes, been seeing stuff on FB but missing tons of the Wendy & Dan show. Looks like a great trip, I think that finding a tiki fan in a thrift store in Oregon happening to you guys is absolutely a kick!

Once again, I watch all of the detail you put into glazing and I'm now exhausted. I glazed a tenth (probably less) of what you did in one sitting today and that was too much for me. Ha!



 
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Posted: 2016-07-06 8:59 pm   Permalink

Another great Bob lineup

I want to be in that wedding party


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Posted: 2016-07-07 08:53 am   Permalink

Wedding crasher!!!

 
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danlovestikis
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TikiAno no kidding to all of that!

hang10tiki off hand this is my 4th wedding that I can remember.

TikiHula this wedding will be on October 1st during our crawl. Hey they should attend as their honeymoon, what could be better! Thank you for the call yesterday. Sorry Dan took me away. The slip was stuck in the mold and it takes two of us to coax it out.


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So many projects are going on right now and I'm so far behind in posting. I wish there were a way to do it faster here rather than one photo at a time.

I'll try to do some catch up right now.

When I go glaze shopping there is a couch that Dan sits on while waiting. I snapped a photo as I passed by.


We went to a vintage sale at the Discovery shop in Elk GRove and I found a Hawaiian walking stick. Someone put a rubber on the bottom. Dan going to leave it.


At an antique store I found a 2nd edition of Herman Melville's TYPEE. I plan to read it.


I donated a Sacramento 2015 Crawl mug to the auction at Ohana on the Lake in New York.


The winning bid came from Marlo.


If you haven't joined in on the fun "friend" Theo Stool on facebook. I made a Hawaiian Tiki Bob on Theo Stool during a past Wish List. Here is mine with the original.



Still just cleaning up some photos so I can file them away.

Dan brought me more things to repair.

First up was a chipped mug and a dropped and broken Hawaiian man.


I get out my trusted supplies.


I used a plastic craft glue to put the man together. Simple.


He is ready to go back on the self.


I filled and when the wood putty was dry I sanded and painted it.


Ready to display.


On our last trip we found this cookie jar it has a small chip on the bottom.


The putty sticks best if the plaster is first wet.


The I overfill it let it dry and


then I sand it.


I try to match the glaze with either acrylic paint or enamel paint.


Ready to display.


Now all my odds and ends are done and tomorrow it will be back to projects. Cheers, Wendy









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Posted: 2016-07-07 9:25 pm   Permalink

Boy, I'm glad Dan was able to get some shut eye. You're pushing him with all of the mold making labor! (Of course, he's still got tikis on his mind....)




 
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MadDogMike is running another SWAP this one has the Maori theme. I decided to make a mug as if I had a bar called THE MAORI.


A while back I posted the making of the mug now I'll share how I glazed it. First I chose these wild colors.


I poured in Spotted Kiwi. Oh I just realized how appropriate since the official bird for New Zealand it the Kiwi. Cool!


I did the bottom and top and when they were dry I turn the mug upside down so I could check that glazing and then I started the name.


I glazed around the name.


It looks finished but only because it has now had three layers of all these colors.


Next I started the CN green.


Three layers later it has enough but now I'm


going to remove just enough that the detail will be highlighted by being darker than the rest of the tiki.


I'm done wiping off the front.


I made sure that there were crystals clear to the top so that the design will show up.





All done and ready to swap. Maybe it will be shipped or maybe hand delivered at Tiki Oasis 16.















I am behind in showing all the things I've glazed AND fired. So now I can show the steps and the finished result all together.

Thanks for the visit. Wendy





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