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Wendy Cevola 9/21/17 Glazing up a storm with 36 mugs and 2 bowls to do.
hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-02-14 7:07 pm   Permalink

Those lamps are HUGE

Luna's home bar mug is Lookin sweet

Happy Valentines Day u 2










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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-02-14 7:49 pm   Permalink

Thank you for all the valentines hang10tiki. The lamps are large.

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Here's the rest of our Valentine's day activities.

For all occasions what I want is a love letter from Dan. This time he surprised me with his artistic ability.


For the past 3 weeks at night I have an irregular heart beat and a couple of fingers and a thumb that go numb.


I had an EKG today and it was normal. It's not night. So I get to wear a halter monitor next week for 24 hours. After that I was diagnosed with left carpal tunnel from all my clay work. So the doctor ordered a brace for me to wear at night. I get fitted next week. I'll hope I don't have to have surgery like I did have on the right side.


Dan kept entertained in the waiting room while I was having my test!


I got home and a book I ordered was on the front porch. Funny title for today.


A wonderful day all round. I wish you all to have wonderful days. Wendy
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Posted: 2017-02-15 12:44 am   Permalink

Wendy I am excited to see how my idea will turn out. Thank you for spending your time to make it work.

I like the shark attack mug. I had a drink special at my home bar a few years ago called the Shark Attack. It was a blue drink and when I set it down, I would yell "shark attack" and pour a shark shooter of grenadine into the blue drink. It was pretty funny and everyone got into it. We talked some bar into giving us one of their shark shooters a few weeks earlier and I saw on TV some place in New Orleans had a shark attack drink. The only thing was that the grenadine would sink, so if I ever did it again I might try a combo with some food coloring. I only served it one night.

I am glad you are in good health and I am sorry about your carpal tunnel. It is too bad that you have to suffer for your art. We all appreciate it more than you could ever imagine.

Hope you and Dan had a great Valentines Day! Come visit us soon.


 
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Posted: 2017-02-15 07:01 am   Permalink

lunavideogames I hope you like the finished project. I'm glad yours is one I got a head start on. Because of my left hand giving out I'm cutting back the number of photos I post each day. No matter what I will get everyone's work done. I wonder if Jamie has seen that drink on a menu. We hope to be at Tiki Oasis 17.

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Wish List #7 Part two for lunavideogames. The attempt to make Leah as a hula girl.


I started by twisting clay together and then smoothing it with a wooden "thumb".


Once that was done I added a leg.


Then a second leg.


Next came two bumps and an arm.


I made sure both arms were the same length. I forgot to show that I did this with the legs as well.


As I work on the head I'm thinking about how I could make a mold for Leah in this position.


I build up the face rather than carve it.


I just add and smooth.


Ok, now she is roughed up as a "stick" figure. Not very curvy.


I thought about molding for days. I decided that it was beyond my capabilities to do. Notch has made a mold with about 27 pieces. That is just too hard.

So it was off to plan B with Treg agreeing to see if it would work or not.

Cheers, Wendy
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-02-15 3:46 pm   Permalink

Is Dan-0 the reason for all the palpitations?
I'll bet he is


Hope the wrist gets better soon


The 2nd part of Luna's mug came out great
From a stick of clay to a lady chained to his drink
Awesome


Just don't let Grog get his hands on it or else it might look like this




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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-02-16 06:52 am   Permalink

hang10tiki ohhhhhhhh GROG gonna get you at Oasis!

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Tiki Ray does blogs on facebook of tiki people. He posted one on Dan and I today. Here is the link.


Hey Wendy! Here is my blog post on you. I hope you like it. I can't wait to meet you in a couple weeks! -Ray tikiwithray.com

http://www.tikiwithray.com/tiki-vip-14-wendy-cevola-tiki-mug-artist/#more-3056

Tiki VIP #14 Wendy Cevola (Tiki Mug Artist) - Tiki with Ray

Tiki blog featuring tiki bar reviews, tiki drinks, tiki recipes and anything embracing the tiki lifestyle - by Ray Wyland in Seattle, WA.

tikiwithray.com
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6:44am


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Wish List #7 continues with lunavideogames request. Next up fixing the "Leah" sculpt into a mermaid. This is going to be used for projects other than just this one project.

I searched the internet until I found a mermaid whose tail was in the position that I wanted. I found one photo!


I cut off her lower legs and


then her arms.


Now was the time to make the body more curvy.


The best part of clay is that I will be customizing these in the future. Example this project will have a bun and braid. Other projects will have long flowing hair.


I worked on her bottom.


I will tweek her face each time one is made.


Time to work on her tail.


I add the clay and smooth it.


I made the end of the tail and


here it is attached in a possible position.


It's time to think about how I can mold this. I decided that I had to remove this part and mold it separately.


I will do the same with the end of the tail.


This will be my very basic mermaid. She will be able to change to many different "looks" when I make one.





One change is that lunavideogames will have on a shell bra.



Next up will be making the molds. Wish me luck, Wendy






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Posted: 2017-02-16 11:21 am   Permalink

Good luck!!!

 
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Posted: 2017-02-16 6:50 pm   Permalink

Wow love all the publicity
That post about you was great.
Congratulations.

Luna's lil merlady is so curvy



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Posted: 2017-02-17 06:50 am   Permalink

lunavideogames I would have to accept that retroactive. I'm three months ahead of schedule. Thank you.

hang10tiki it's been a really fun time with all the exposure. I've been doing this for 6.5 years now. I hope I've earned it. I've sure been having fun.

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Wish List #7 making the one piece mold to alter the Sacramento Crawl mug for lunavideogames.

I had saved the original sculpture for the mug and now it was time to put it back into the mold.


I left just the new backside exposed. This is the one piece I need to make a cast of for the new version of the mug.


We put the mold box around this and then I sealed the edge around the sculpt. I can't let any plaster leak down the sides because that would ruin the other mold pieces. I also snaked the joints where the box sides come together. I run a wet paper towel along this clay to make the seal even better.


Next I do 4 layers of mold soap. 3 is recommended but I've found 4 works best. I paint it on (while wearing a face mask, it's poison) and wipe it off. I don't let it get on my hands. Gloves are recommended.


All done and ready to pour.


Supplies. A bucket of water in the back to immediately spin wash the mixer after mixing the plaster. A bucket of water to draw from (water first then plaster slowly sprinkled into the water). The plaster and the mixing bucket.


I mix until the consistency is like buttermilk and covers my hand like this.


Dan is my heavy lifter.


He slowly pours it in so that the detail is filled and the air bubbles pop.


It filled to the top. Dan rushes out to clean the bucket.


I shouldn't make the mold so big and thick. I am torturing Dan. Also he likes to use the last drop and I over guessed what I needed.


45 minutes later we opened the mold and had the perfect cast of the back. It will take 3 weeks with 2 fans blowing 24/7 to get this mold piece dry.


It is important that the piece be completely dry before it's first use. This is the last step to set the plaster so that it will not break down.

Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2017-02-17 11:13 am   Permalink

Looking pretty great!

 
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Posted: 2017-02-17 1:43 pm   Permalink

Dan-0 is strong like bull

 
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Posted: 2017-02-18 07:31 am   Permalink


lunavideogames as Elvis would say, "thank you very much".

hang10tiki ditto!

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Wish List #7 continues with the Tiki The Hut Mermaid mold for lunavideogames.


Every time plaster is mixed there is clean up. You don't want to wait even five minutes or you will have plaster set up on your tools that has to be chiseled off.


I started the day by putting a layer of clay on the bottom board of the mold.


I put the mermaid in place so that she was level. and then I began to surround her with clay. I want to do a 2 piece mold so I have to stop the clay at the right place along the sides of her body. Otherwise she will stick inside the mold.


I built up clay at the base where the opening to the mold will be.


This is where the slip will pour into the mold.


I used a knife to cut away any clay that was hanging over the sides of the board.


It looks ready so I


pressed into the clay to form locks between the two mold pieces we will make today.


Snakes to seal the box joints and it's good to go. I do also seal it with a wet paper towel all the way around the bottom too.



Wet T-shirt contest! The first slab is poured.


I prepped the tail pieces in a little Tupperware container.


It was poured at the same time.


When it hardened I removed the sculpture and the mold was ready to start drying.





The box was removed and the edges smoothed.


Now we put on straps so the mold could be flipped over.



I removed all the clay and so far it looks really good.


I then put the box around the slab. No need for a bottom board because the slab is taking it's place.


Snakes at the joints and mold soap 4 layers so now the last slab has been poured.



Once the mold has set I carve into a side what the mold is and the year it was made. I clean up the sharp edges.


It looks like I made another thick mold for Dan to lift.



Now it is time to open the mold. The first piece came off without a hitch.


Next I took out the sculpture from the second piece. No problems there.


I put all the pieces on the table for drying.


It took three weeks because it is winter and the slabs are so thick. 24/7 with two big fans. Drying the molds sets the plaster so it doesn't break down.


It is wonderful to have reached this point in the process.

Cheers, Wendy






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Posted: 2017-02-18 7:39 pm   Permalink

Hope that mermaid can breathe OK in the mold

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Posted: 2017-02-19 07:28 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I will tell you about keeping her neck open for air shortly!

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Wish List #7 Tiki The Hut and captured mermaid for lunavideogames.

The molds have been drying for 3 weeks with the constant flow of air from two fans. They are now dry and it's time to cast the first mug set for lunavideogames.

But first I have a task to accomplish. I am using the same bottom that I used to cast the Sacramento Crawl mugs.


I need to remove the Sacramento Crawl words and the


Cap City Crawl words. It is easier to carve these back into the run of crawl mugs than to fill them in on Treg's mugs.


The Tiki The Hut back piece is ready.


So is the mermaid mold.


Right off I saw a problem with the tiny mold for the tail pieces. So I built a clay dam so we could fill in more slip.


With the other two molds assembled we poured in the slip. The mug will sit full for two hours and the mermaid will sit for 45 minutes. I can't let her neck become solid or in the kiln the air trapped in her head would explode.


After two hours the tail is pretty firm. I filled it in with more clay. I want a solid tail.


This is what the other side looks like.


I stored the two pieces in a plastic bag to keep them from drying.


Once the slip was poured out the mugs remained upside down until it was time to open them. 3 to 4 hours is plenty of time for them to firm up.


It was time to open the molds. First the mermaid. One slab off and then I was able to wiggle out the cast.


She's looking fine.


The back piece for Treg's mug worked too.


Now I will work to alter and combine them into one mug. Wendy
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Posted: 2017-02-19 9:23 pm   Permalink

Glad that the molds worked out without too much trouble

 
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