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Wendy Cevola 9/23/17 More projects plus into the kiln.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-08-27 09:28 am   Permalink

DixonAlibi we were posting at the same time so I didn't find your photos until just now. Thank you so much. What fun it is to see the birthday party. Now I feel like I was there. This made it very special.

hang10tiki you really do need to visit us.

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Back up one page to see The ALibi birthday party for the owners daughter and her with the mug I made for DixonAlibi.

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Posted: 2016-08-28 6:56 pm   Permalink

Yes we do

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-08-30 7:40 pm   Permalink

Today was a wonderful day. The wedding mugs are done and today I took final photos for Nate and then boxed them up.


All total I had 32 mugs to box up.


I took photos to send to him and then


I got the boxes that Dan had taped together.


I used peanuts and on each box I added the name of the mug and the color.


They didn't want the boxes taped shut so I used three rubber bands for each box.


It wasn't fast work but one by one I got them done.


I kept them upside down to remove some stress from the rubber bands.


I had a large box so I put in two layers and


then cut the box to fit and taped it closed.


I need to find one more box to fit all of this and then they are all ready to pick up. He has a Hot Tub Hula Girl I am working on and a Sacramento Crawl mug.


It feels so good to complete a project with time to spare.

Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2016-08-30 7:45 pm   Permalink


I almost forgot.

Dan found the place for our swap art to hang.




Thank you ErichTroudt for a wonderful addition to the danlovestikis collection.

Cheers, Wendy


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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-08-31 07:19 am   Permalink

Done wit weddiN Bob's
They look great Wendy
I'm sure they will be a hit

That's a great lookin wall
ETs piece fits right in


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Posted: 2016-09-01 9:11 pm   Permalink


hang10tiki and all my friends. I have been working harder than ever before. I had great plans to post tonight but I'm just too tired.
I hope to post tomorrow. I have so much to share.

Hugs, Wendy
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-09-02 09:37 am   Permalink

THE SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUGS ARE FINISHED AND IN THEIR BOXES FOR THE EVENT WHICH STARTS ON SEPTEMBER 30TH. FOR THOSE WHO ARE NOT ATTENDING I WILL CONTACT YOU AFTER THE EVENT IS OVER.

I HAVE ALREADY SHARED THE SCULPTING, MOLDING, CASTING, FIRING AND WASHING OF THE MUGS SO THE REST OF THE STORY BEGINS WITH THE GLAZE TESTS. I WANTED THIS TO BE A BEAUTIFUL MUG SO I CHOOSE THE COLORS AND BOUGHT A CASE OF EACH. NOW I HAD TO SEE HOW IT WORKS OUT. ALONG THE WAY I DID SOME SPECIAL ARTIST PROOFS IN FUN COLORS. THERE IS EVEN A PURPLE PINEAPPLE. ALL THE MUGS INCLUDING THE ARTIST PROOFS SELL FOR $85 EACH. PLUS SHIPPING COSTS AS NEEDED.

I HAVE SOLD ALL OF THE FIRST RUN OF 60 AND DAN TOOK SOME AP'S SO THERE WILL BE 8 OF THE 11 I DID FOR SALE AT THE CRAWL. THIS IS A RUN OF 100 TOTAL INCLUDING THE AP'S AND THE MOLD WILL BE DESTROYED AFTER THE 100 ARE MADE. I HAVE THE OPTION OF MAKING 29 MORE ON THE WISH LISTS.SO IF YOU END UP ON THE WAITING LIST YOU WILL EVENTUALLY GET A MUG.

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I had my color choices and now it was time to get to work.


I looked at the clock and started to glaze. The top took a long time because I had to get the glaze into all the cut in areas. 3 layers is such a bummer for these glazes. I did all the cross patterns too.


Next the triangles and


then carefully around the letters.


Then I wiped off any glaze that had run over.


Next I did the bamboo, the tiki and


the letters.


The first Artist Proof is done. From each one I will learn what I need to do. It took three hours to glaze this one mug. That doesn't count the time it took to make it and to glaze the inside of the mug which I had already done.








Just a close up to show the word Sacramento.






Taking 3 hours plus to glaze one mug wasn't going to work well for me. I needed to see if I could find a system or a brush that could do it faster. So one by one as I did the AP's I watched the clock. Here are a few photos I took along the way.





















I had used water and a paper towel to clean off unwanted glaze now I was sanding it off to see how that would work. I liked it!


I did some layering of glaze to see how it would blend.



The glazing of the ten Artist Proofs took from 7/6/16 to 7/16/16 from early in the morning until late at night. But now they were done


and ready to pose.


Into the kiln and


fired.


Oh no, the glaze that I choose was a runny one. I didn't expect this at all.


It was even running off the bottoms.


The backs looked fine. The bit of run didn't really mess them up enough to worry about.


Not only did I find out what didn't work I found out what did. Since I wasn't going to change glazes I needed to


go to work to see how I could repair each of these. If I could do that then I would be able to fine turn any of the


final mugs that needed help. I could see this wouldn't be easy.


Mug making is a lot of work so it's a good thing I love what I do. Wendy


PS if you want to be on the waiting list for the last 29 mugs let me know, these will be done with the next Wish List #7


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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-09-02 9:30 pm   Permalink

Wow
that's a lot of work.
Looks like Dan-0 went crazy at the dole plantation.



 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-09-03 2:34 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki I do so love the Dole Plantation and all the Dole Whip.

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Sacramento Crawl mugs step by steps. So now I had 10 Artist Proofs with varying degrees of run over. I decided to touch them up and fire them again to see if they could be saved.


This mug had the very worst run-over of the green glaze called Malachite by Duncan. It's an element glaze.


This took an hour but slowly the glaze was ground off.


I don't want to have to do this for every crawl mug!


I re-glazed the lettering and fired it.


It's good enough now to be sold.








This mug had the run-over in just one place.


I added more of the green to the yellow and re-fired it.


Before and


after.


Before and


after.



By making the pineapple immature or more green I believed that I could risk using this runny glaze and still end up with a cool mug.

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Here's what you can do if you are willing to stand for 10 hours and work until you drop!

I have bought super heavy vases to use as my draining containers.



Since the inside of the pineapple will not show up I decided to use a clear black glaze.


I filled them until I got to the bottom of the leaves. I let them sit for 30 seconds and then poured out most into the jars and then let some drain by putting them upside down.


I am doing this inside left portion in the green color so


I used a heavy duty brush to scrub this back off.


I got smarter and while the next batch was draining I glazed the bottoms. I leave a small un-glazed box for the mugs number to be placed.


I kept going until I had finished glazing the insides, bottoms and cleaned up the leaves on all 60 mugs.


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When the mugs came out of the kiln I was able to choose the best glazes for the different areas and letters of the pineapple.

So I went to work on Artist Proof number 11. This mug would be the final Artist Proof and the one that would tell me if I'd chosen wisely.

I narrowed down the glazes used to these three.


I decided to start at the top and to do one layer. Maybe it wouldn't run as much. All these leaves I cut in took forever to glaze.


I covered the entire pineapple in the green Malachite glaze.


I let it dry overnight. Then I took a wet paper towel and wiped and


wiped and


wiped all these areas that I would glaze with a different color.


Next I did the pineapple flesh with yellow IN Duncan glaze. IN glazes show detail well. I hoped it would blend with the Malachite to make a pretty blue-green.


This would also make any runs not matter.


YES I am back to spending about 3 hours to glaze one mug. In these photos I am using a sea green/brown for the


bamboo, tiki,


wording and


every section of the backside.


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AFTER FIRING THIS IS HOW THE FINAL CAME OUT. This is how the crawl mugs will look. I hope you like it.













It is a good size pineapple and weighs between 3 and 4 pounds. I will include 2 long straws in different colors with each mug so they can be used at the crawl.



Front exposed.


Back exposed.




1 hour 50 minutes to post this many photos. In case you didn't know I love numbers and making tiki ceramics! Cheers, Wendy




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DixonAlibi
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Posted: 2016-09-03 7:42 pm   Permalink

Love love love this mug!!! Wish I could make it to the crawl!

 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2016-09-03 8:47 pm   Permalink

Come on Wendy
You can't fool us
I know that's a real pineapple




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Posted: 2016-09-04 10:55 am   Permalink

If the light color of the body is Duncan Concepts, it's an underglaze and you can spray it on when it's greenware and fire it. When you pull it out of the kiln, it's bisque and and the light body color is already done. Then you spray the darker glaze on, wipe it off the high areas so the underglaze shows through, then hand glaze the other colors and, then do your glaze fire. Should save you a lot of time. GROG hate glazing, so GROG try and find as many shortcuts as possible.

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-09-05 7:59 pm   Permalink

DixonAlibi I wish you could too. We really have a wonderful crawl. Three days of fun with friends.


hang10tiki Ya got me!


GROG I thought about spraying the green glaze but then with all the cuts for the leaves I decided to just tough it out. The only CN glaze was the yellow and I had to do that one by hand. One day I will think up an easy mug to glaze. Thank you for the suggestions and for showing up here. I hope your vacation in Hawaii was perfect. If you have time share some photos here for us to see. I missed you at Oasis.

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I went over the photos of the crawl mug as I made it and there were so many to choose from. I put a whole bunch on facebook because there it's very fast. I'm going to put some of them here. I decided that there really isn't a way to show how much work is involved in making a run of mugs. I'm so happy that we have once again got it done.

Here goes.

60 mugs and many steps for each one.

















Dan tore up an entire roll of paper towels for me to use.


After glazing the entire outside in green the bottom is always a mess.


This is as clean as I can get it with the wet paper towel.



Drying outside before going into the kiln.


It's always fun to unload.









After inspecting each mug for glaze skips I had to touch up with glaze and re-fire almost every single mug. Expensive for me. I really thought I wouldn't have this problem but a tiny spec of dust will do a glaze skip and so I just had to fix them. So if I had to fix a tiny spot I might as well fine tune the entire mug. Good thing I started in January.



I will have these 8 Artist Proofs for sale at the crawl stops along with the run of mugs. You may swap or buy one of these as an extra. They are the same price as the crawl mugs. I choose the best colors for the crawl so why would I charge more for the rejects even though they are 1/1's?



Table one.


Table two.


Both tables and all the boxes ready to be packed.


It feels so good to have them done a month before the crawl begins. Last year I did the final touch ups in the kiln down to just a few days before the crawl began.

Whew,the overview is done. I hope you have a good idea of the work involved. One more set of photos to complete the job. Cheers, Wendy







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Posted: 2016-09-05 8:49 pm   Permalink

Wow
All that work made me tired
Glad you are done early

Now take a break n go out n find some tikis

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Posted: 2016-09-06 8:43 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki I was worn out after going through hundreds of photos to select just a few! I hope you are all rested now.

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The end of the work other than selling them at the Sacramento Tiki Crawl.

I printed a photo of the drink ad from The Tropics. I numbered and signed each one.


I ordered and received straws to go into the boxes with the mug. Two straws each a different color so couples can share their drinks.


We bought packing materials.


Dan had already put the boxes together and now it was time to box them up and to number the outside of each box.


It was fun stacking them up until I feared for my couch so


we moved them all back to the tables in the hallway.



I am officially ready for the crawl.

If you are ATTENDING the crawl and want to pay me the $85 ahead of time just send it to my PayPal account using the money to friends option and my email address. If you don't have that PM me and I'll send it to you. It would be great to deliver the mugs without having to make change. I don't do credit cards so if you don't do PayPal bring cash!

Thank you, Wendy




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