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Wendy Cevola 11/16/17 Day two on the Big Island of Hawaii continues with a tiki surprise!
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-09 8:14 pm   Permalink

I had a couple of casts left over a while back so I put them together into a coconut war god goblet.

Now it's time to glaze and fire it and guess what the glazes went to war with each other.




Layer one of three on the war god.



Between each layer I put it outside to dry. Otherwise you may just be wiping off the previous layer with the new one and not have enough glaze on the mug.














Well drying between layers helped me do a good job of putting too much glaze on the coconut and it ran down and reacted with the red glaze.






I did these black velvet photos to post on my "Gallery" thread. It's easy for me to see every item I've ever made there as long as I keep up with the posts.

















SOLD to Bill aka ModernArtifactsNY.

Cheers, Wendy






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ModernArtifactsNY
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Posted: 2016-07-10 12:56 pm   Permalink

Love it, will have a place of honor in the collection. Thank you so much Wendy!

 
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Posted: 2016-07-10 4:59 pm   Permalink

Hmmm. Frankoma plus Coconut equals FRANKCOCOSTEIN !

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-10 9:05 pm   Permalink

ModernArtifactsNY thank you, I hope you'll post a photo when you have it.

8FT Tiki that's a better name than goblet. Munktiki is making steins now.

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Dan works for tikis and it was time to pay him something. I'm so busy that I did the fastest project I could think of which is Moai wall hangings.
I just picked out a whole bunch of glazes and got them done.


















I must have put too much glaze on these because a bunch ran off onto the shelf.



This is why kiln shelves are coated with kiln wash. A very poisonous powder mixed with water and brushed on. When melted glaze gets on a shelf. You can knock it off. I will have to put more kiln wash on this spot. I just pulled loose the support. Sometimes I take a chisel to get the flatter pieces off.


Here's a couple of close ups.





They are now hung over our back door. That may be the last place we had to hang anything.


Cheers, Wendy






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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-11 8:45 pm   Permalink

I have glazed a batch of necklaces. It takes a while because I also glaze the backsides. I start out by choosing glazes.


























Fired all the puffers but only half of the rest.


I ran out of room in my kiln.


Thanks for the visit. Cheers, Wendy

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DixonAlibi
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Posted: 2016-07-11 10:30 pm   Permalink

I want one of the floats and a puffer! All of them are so cool!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-12 10:09 am   Permalink

DixonAlibi Which ones would you like?

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I have been having a comedy of errors. First two Tiki Bob mugs didn't cast right and had to be changed from mug into lamps by cutting out the bottoms and adding tops.


Next I had some glaze that had dried out. I added water and used a blender to remix the glaze smooth. I forgot to photograph the mess in the kitchen as the glaze flew out of the bowl and all over me and the floor, counters etc. Horrors.

I did get the glaze all smooth and started to glaze these future lamps.


No matter how hard I try glaze goes where it shouldn't. This is why I never do the white faces until the end. Even the eye and lips are done first.


It mostly comes off with a wet cloth but the white cover coat glaze will cover it completely.


I finished them and let them dry.


Then I go over them looking for any tiny missed areas that I glaze using a pin.


Next comes the black cover coat on the eyes and lips.


Then 2-3 layers of white cover coat on the face until I can't see anything except the white.


Next I let them dry completely.


Horrors the glaze has cracked. It could pop off during firing. I guess something happens when it dries out and is reconstituted.


To prevent the glaze from coming off I used a clear glaze over the entire lamp.


When fired they didn't come out brown, they came out green. Surprise!


On the top where there were the most cracks the glaze did separate.


Since these are lamps I just took a matching colored felt pen and colored in the spots.


Next I used finger nail polish (clear) and covered over these spots. Not the tops just look rustic.


Done and ready to be wired.


Anyone interested? Just PM me.



Cheers, Wendy
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-13 8:31 pm   Permalink

The next project is glazing the mug for Buddy. This is for opening night at The Jungle Bird that he and the owners of the Tank House will be showcasing hopefully during the Sacramento Crawl.

This is their signature tiki and logo. I just put them together into this mug.


It was hard to carve all the lettering and now I've got to glaze it all


with a pin. A dot at a time.


Three times with it drying between each layer.


It would be nice to be done with the pin but nope I had to use it for all the glazing around the lettering too.


This was done 3 times too.


Next I did the rest of the mug except for the tiki.


When the mug dried I did the tiki.


Close up.


Pictures of the glazing being finished and drying.


Before firing it must be completely dry or the


glaze will boil and bubbles will pop,


Out of the kiln and all is well. These photos turned out


better than my black velvet photos. OH WELL!


I do these for my Gallery page.





















Now I'm waiting to hear from Buddy. Cheers, Wendy




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Posted: 2016-07-14 07:49 am   Permalink

Impressive work on the script Wendy! Great job!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-14 1:04 pm   Permalink

zerostreet than you so much. Dan doesn't like the word amazing because its been used so much but I have to say that the number of new and creative projects you've been doing truly amaze me!!!

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Hello Again. You've seen most of these projects come out of the kiln so now I can back up and let you see how I loaded each level.

So Many times I forget to wipe the bottom clean. This time I remembered just as I started to load the kiln.


I used a wet paper towel to remove this glaze to make a clean bottom. Sometime the glaze ends up there anyway and you have to use a dremmel to remove it.


I like to use these spikes under ever glazed piece. That way if the glaze runs it doesn't glue the mug to the shelf.


Here they are on the shelf.


These are the wedding mugs, lamps and one secret project I'm doing for JenTiki.


Here is the same shelf after firing the load.


This is the second level before firing.


The third level of necklaces.


Showing both together.


After firing.





Removing the goblet I found all the glaze on the shelf. The mug would have been ruined if it hadn't been up on spikes.


If the shelf didn't have kiln wash covering it this would have been fused to the shelf. The kiln wash allows you to pull or knock glaze off. Then you cover the spot with more kiln wash. The Frankoma Coconut goblet ran glaze down the spikes and onto the shelf. Saved again!


The spikes leave little spikes of glaze behind on pieces where they touched glaze. These must be sanded or dremmeled off. These allow me to glaze both sides of the necklaces.

Back to work, Wendy


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Posted: 2016-07-15 8:53 pm   Permalink

The story of the wedding mugs continues first with the anticipation that one day they will be ready and so we bought and put together 18 boxes.


Dan's really happy to not have to box these for shipping.


Out of the kiln the two most important mugs came out just fine.


I didn't find a glaze in the right color of Raspberry to the pink lips and little flowers will be re-done with enamel.


The gold mugs came out just fine too.


Now the flowers and lips are close to the right colors.


There was one more request. I should have thought of it. They wanted the names on the back done in


white and gold.


Now all the enamel was done so I set it by baking in the oven.


7 of the brown wedding mugs had problems so I got out my dremmel.


I had to grind off all the brown glaze that had run onto the white faces. This glaze didn't work well at all.


I was able to grind off the brown while still leaving the clear glaze.


It looks good here but there is no shine in the area where I did the grinding. I tried fine steel wool, nope.


I bought this product but it wasn't good enough.


So in the end it was time to glaze these mugs again and to hope for the best.


First layers of white under-glaze and


let it dry each time.


Then layers of the clear.


Between every layer I took them outside to dry faster so I could keep going.


Out of the kiln I inspected each one and guess what? All the places I had re-glazed were perfect but the brown had now run in other areas.


Mostly it was under the noses. On one mug there was now a huge drip.


I got out the dremmel and went to work again until the runny noses and other areas were ground off.


I glazed with white and then


I glazed with clear.


There were two mugs that didn't need any more work. So my five fingers are crossed for these five mugs that they will be fine after the next firing.

Cheers, Wendy
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-07-16 8:42 pm   Permalink

Hi Everyone. I would think after all these posts without a comment that I was posting just for the pleasure of posting except for the number of views that I watch going up each day.

I'm very excited to be nearing three million. Meanwhile here are some catch up photos.

We shop at the Cancer Society Thrift store and we hit the jackpot. More tikis on this shirt than on any other that Dan owns.
He won't wear it until winter when it's cool weather.




There was a sale going on at Uline where I get my boxes. So I ordered them for the crawl mugs and the batch of Hot Tub Hula Girl mugs.
I saw this stack and I said to Dan wow that's a big storage problem.


He said you are only looking at the first part of your order. Oh well I'll throw a table cloth over them and have two more tables.


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The time had come when I had to glaze the HUGE Tiki Bob Hula Girl Bowl for Owen Wright. This is going to be one heck of a project.

These are some of my instruction pages. I scanned them and asked questions until what he wanted was finalized.


I got out what I thought were all the glazes that I would need for this bowl but I actually am missing a few in this photo.


The first step was going to be very tricky so I wrapped the bowl up in plastic wrap in case I bumped a side or it dripped.


The area I am glazing is under the flowing hair. I put glaze on my finger so I could feel where it was going. I needed to avoid getting any on her back and that was going to be tricky.


I did it from underneath while the bowl was upright but I couldn't know it it was going into all the small areas so I did it upside down with glaze being able to run into all those areas.


Next I glazed the bottom of the bowl


and the bottoms of the Tiki Bobs.


I did my best to use glaze to paint all these words. I hope he's OK with the size.


Now it will dry before I continue.


I hope you are all out having a fun time. I'm ready for a book and bed. Cheers, Wendy





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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2016-07-17 12:51 pm   Permalink

Looks great as always Wendy! Those Bobs are being difficult. Glad you got them all fixed up.

That bowl looks like a huge project. Can't wait to see how it turns out!

Hang10tiki is in Hawaii right now and coming back soon. I'm sure tomorrow there will be a bunch of vacation photos to show.


 
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danlovestikis
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lunavideogames the wedding Bob's are horrible because of the glaze. I had to match their colors and that glaze was the best match. I will win the battle eventually. hang10tiki just got back. He said photos soon!!!

Cheers, Wendy
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-07-17 7:50 pm   Permalink

Wow
Just saw all the great posts I missed
You have been busy

Did 10 days on Oahu
With 1 day trip to Maui
Had a blast


Hope pics ok...

Here was day 1

The Mai Tai Bar at the Royal Hawaiian
has a new Mai Tai menu
AWESOME


My 2 favorite new drinks on the new Mai Tai menu







I had to hunt for the feet at the Royal Hawaiian again.
After I fount em, I removed the plants covering his feet.


Sadness continued on the prior location of:
The International Marketplace



And the fun continues


















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