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Tiki Central Forums Creating Tiki Other Crafts Wendy Cevola 11/16/17 Day two on the Big Island of Hawaii continues with a tiki surprise!
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Wendy Cevola 11/16/17 Day two on the Big Island of Hawaii continues with a tiki surprise!
HopeChest
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Posted: 2017-06-06 09:27 am   Permalink

It's always so fascinating to see all of this. Thanks for being so generous with your time and information, Wendy.

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-07 07:39 am   Permalink


Jeff Bannow as of this morning I haven't heard back. I will message him again.

hang10tiki yes and his brain has been sending me messages to get busy.

HopeChest thank you. I really appreciate comments. They keep me going.


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Continuing on with photos taken between 12/13/16 and 12/22/16. All production of the Wish List #7 and the
Sacramento Crawl mug.

I have put together 10 Hot Tub Hula Girls and they are resting in plastic. Even wrapped they will firm up making all the parts equal in moisture.


So much to wash. I bet Dan will help me out. He is not only my right hand man he is my left too.


It is so cold I can't believe I was able to force myself outside. Even Dan wore a coat. Time to sand and dust and fire.

















I'm trying to close the cracks in the lids with Magic Mend. I did a little fine tuning on the necklace as well.


Loading to fire.


I'm not showing the work to make these 10 Hot Tub Hula Girls because I've done that before.


Not taking photos made the work go by faster. I cast the parts in June and that helped too.


Another bisque fire completed and it's time to unload.


The cracks are gone! Love the Magic Mend.


Bottom level ready to unload.


My artistic photo. You can see more waiting to be sanded in the background.


It's about 40 degrees out and I am freezing. But the sanding must go on even if my hands are numb (from the cold).


Dan dusted these so into the bottom layer of the kiln.


Now he is dusting my Frankoma bowls.


Top shelf loaded and the kiln is on.


This load of bisque is ready to wash.


These are my best tools for scrubbing inside and out.


I wasn't going to start until January 2017 but December 2016 is not over and I have this much done.











It's time for a break in the tiki jungle room.



I actually see the hand surgeon today. I am still doing better. I work and then I rest my hand. Things are going well right now.

Cheers, Wendy


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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-08 06:39 am   Permalink

Everything is in place for surgery but I don't have to have it. I found out if I cut back and have more normal work days my carpal tunnel nerve can repair itself. I have been going slower and the numbness has become intermittent. So I will continue on this path. He offered a cortisone shot but I'm waiting on that too. 14 hour days did it now 8 hour days will be just right.


More work day photos during the making of the Wish List #7 and the Sacramento Crawl mugs. These photos were taken between 12/22/16 and 1/16/17.

Projects waiting to be made.


Drying in and out of plastic an hour at a time.


Top level of another full load.


Ready to scrub in the house.


Another trip to Alpha for slip. We add water and stir with a small baseball bat.


My stirring technique worked. Now if glazing works I'll have a new style.


The Frankoma bowls are washed.


More projects drying slowly.


Kiln load.


Kiln load.


The boxes for the Sacramento Crawl mug have arrived.


The table is overloaded. Good thing I have the hallway lined in tables.


More to scrub.





Now it's time to sand again. This one is the KZAP cat for Bullet.























This time I was able to fire three levels. One.


Two.


Three.


This work is all joyful. I never have a wish I didn't have to do it moment. I love every step. Well maybe not when it's freezing outside. But all the rest is so much fun.

Thank you all for keeping it that way. Wendy

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Piddersthecat
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Posted: 2017-06-08 09:51 am   Permalink

I have secretly been reading your thread for a long time. Your creativity and skill amaze me each time you post pictures.

Your thread inspired me to take a pottery class. It is a lot of fun (and I found out that there is a lot to learn).

Thank you for sharing all your hard work.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-09 06:46 am   Permalink

Piddersthecat your name made me think our bunny's name which was Raisin. That's because of what he left behind as he hopped. It makes me wonderfully happy that I played a part in you taking the class in pottery. Once you start please post your projects. Everyone on "other crafts" like to see what everyone is making. It's so enjoyable. Same with lamps and any other medium you decide on. Thank you for joining in here.

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More back stage photos from the making of the Wish List #7 and the Sacramento Crawl mug.
These photos were taken between 1/28/17 and 2/24/17.

I am always such a mess when working that I prefer to take photos of Dan helping. He is the star of our show.

At this time my hand is really having problems with numbness at night so I looked at all these things needing


to be washed and I begged Dan to do them. He said OK but may I have another Wish?


Oh course. Here is Bullet's wish the KZAP cat having it's bath.


Then for Dan we poured the parts for his mermaid Bumatay bowl.


I went back to work for him. Fair enough.


By this time we are in full production mode for the Sacramento Crawl mug. Every year I have spent the summer making these mugs and sometime it's right up until the party weekend.


This time I had a goal to finish them early. Then I would just be devoted to the wishes.


I've done all the sanding and Dan is now dusting,


dusting,


dusting.


I loaded the bottom and


the top shelves and then turned on the kiln.


The bisque fire is done and the mugs are cool and


they can now come out of the kiln.


Time for Dan to do some more washing.


He is so good at it.


Time to pour a few more projects.


Now I'm back to sanding more of the wishes that have dried.


More crawl mugs are loaded.


More sanding and dusting.


Now the rest are put on the top shelf. Nothing more is dry and I'm impatient so we loaded the top shelf and set it to fire even though there is more room.


Every time I open the kiln I have to check for cracks. My projects are so detailed and take so much time that one crack is a huge deal.


Time to bring them to the kitchen. Look at that smile even though


he'll be back at the sink so my hand can have a break.


So many of the photos look the same because it is a production run but that's the life of being a mug maker. The Wish List makes sure I have some variety. No matter what it is all fun work.

Cheers, Wendy

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-06-09 7:14 pm   Permalink

Ummmmm
That looks like a lot more than 8 hrs a day

Everything looks good
Don't work to much

Jon
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-10 08:49 am   Permalink

hang10tiki you know me so well. There were more 10 to 14 hour days than 8. I think I'll share our doctor's appointments.

I went for xrays. Dan took the opportunity to have the urgent care


doctor check his forehead. Something bit him. Now he is on two medications.


Then it was time to see the surgeon. I learned that resting my hand could prevent having the surgery. So I am not going to work more than 8 hours a day. Glazing is more work for my right hand anyway. I look crazy and tired. I am at least one of those.


So today we are heading to the Jungle Bird for brunch. Yippy.


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I'm skipping ahead for the moment to show photos from 6/4/17 to 6/6/17.

Dan convinced me that I should be in a photo. Since everything is color coordinated I agreed. I am wearing my Nick Nolte mug shot shirt.


Sanding the bowls is just plain scary. So I do


it very slowly.


Jeff Bannow's home bar mug. Passion fruit with a wave.


Next the Kava Kava man lamp. No owner.


Time to set up to dust the pieces.


This air compressor weighs too much for me to lift.


Another way Dan helps and earns his wishes.


Here's Dan's bowl and Nelson Osorio's bowl next to each other.


Dan dusts and


dusts and I


load the kiln. I had to do it several times so that every piece


would fit. They just did.


A couple of days later the kiln is opened and


every piece is removed and examined for cracks.


Well the Diver Dan mug has a crack on the bottom. I will work to seal it. I learned something. The clay I used for the bottom came off of a large slab. It is the same slab I hand made lids from that also cracked. I now use a mold. So it's the clay. I will cut it up and make glaze test strips. No more important projects for that clay.


I wash and Dan


rinses and


rinses. It is so nice that we are doing this in June outside. Even the water is warm.


Once the washing is done it's time to take them into the house.


This is almost the entire Wish List #8. Some pieces have been glazed and are not shown here.


Another angle.


As of 6/6/17 All the projects have been sculpted, dried, sanded and bisque fired. All that is left is glazing.

Now the fun and frustrating part begins. Glaze that is supposed to stay put sometimes moves. So time will tell if the projects work out.

Cheers, Wendy

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-06-10 3:21 pm   Permalink

Good pics
Hope Dan-0 is better
I'll bet he was stung by one of his scorpion bowls


I received a text from a friend
She knew someone getting rid of 2 Tikis
She said "do u want them?"
Silly question




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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-06-10 3:24 pm   Permalink

Sorry
I couldn't resist




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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-11 07:24 am   Permalink

hang10tiki it is so good to have friends. Are those tikis going in your backyard?

hang10tiki Oh No! I was hopeful Dan would never have a beard again.

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Woo Hoo under doctors orders to take it easy on my hand I told Dan it was time for a short trip to Santa Cruz.
I grabbed a book off the shelf to read during the trip and surprise it was set in all the little coastal cities we were about to visit. I love coincidences.

Dan wanted to wait until after our garbage was collected so we didn't leave until 7:30 am. Big mistake. Instead of taking 3 hours to get to Santa Cruz it took four and a half hours. Traffic was hardly moving on the 205 highway.


Once there we went straight to the pier for lunch at Stagnaro's.


Once fed it was time to go to thrift stores looking for treasure.


At this one I found another mid-century cat and a small dish with a tiki on it. Dan now has this photo on four different size plates.


Next it was onto Soquel where at Atilia's antique store Dan spotted this tiki.


The best surprise is that it was plaster and only $10.


Back to the pier


to Olitas restaurant for dinner and this view.


Dan's favorite food is Mexican.


We saw some wild life on


the pier.


The next day we were off to Capitola. The shop across the street is where I bought my wedding dress 39 years ago. It's still the same shop. Around 15 years ago Dan bought some tiki masks from them. They were just decorations but they let them go.


Here are the postcard perfect colorful rental homes on Capitola beach.


Many years ago when we were young and foolish we watched tsunami waves hitting the Capitola pier destroying it. All the beach restaurants were flooded and we could look inside and see the chairs and tables floating. Now we know to run to higher ground.


Since that time the pier has been re-built and for the first time there was a restaurant at the end so we walked out.


This place was so cool. All the


decorations were nautical.


I kept taking photos as inspiration for


paintings and mugs in


the future.


We decided to walk back to the car past beautiful flowers and


the colorful rental homes. No one was out so we trespassed.


They had been recently painted so they were at their best for photos.


Next we left Capitola and drove to Felton. It was time to see Tiki King.


He makes the best ukuleles in the world. This one has fur!!!


So many special touches. Look at the top for the little tiki.


Close up.


Here is the man himself!


The next morning we packed up and headed to our next destination Monterey. We went straight to the pier where in the parking lot I found this vehicle. I made a mug of this guy with the lantern for Bullet aka kingtiesdye.


Look Bullet you could rent this van!


Behind Dan you can see the pier we are headed too.


We like to walk the pier while the shops are still closed and there are very few people.


In the morning the bay is fogged but


still beautiful.


We left the pier and went for a walk on the other side and looked back.


It was now late enough that we could again start to go to antique stores and thrift stores. This trip has been a bonanza of records and CD's for Dan. At a Goodwill outlet the CD's were 10 for a dollar. He picked out 34 and they said that will be $7. He said they are 10 cents each. They said only when you buy them in groups of 10. If not they are $1 each. So he picked out 6 more and got 40 for $4. Weird.


After a full day of tiki hunting (no more tikis) we went to Fish Hopper's for dinner. They had volcano bowl drinks.


We come here because of the view.


We walked around the tourist town the next morning and found Zoltar. He spoke as we walked past and made us jump.


So jumping ahead. When we got home and turned on the TV there he was again. Creepy coincidence!


Dan is my good sport posing with his new friend.


One last look at the bay before heading home.


The fog was once again surrounding us.


We drove home through Salinas and Gilroy. At a thrift store Dan found his best album.


Exotic too.


We had a wonderful time and now I'm ready to go back to work.

Cheers, Wendy


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bamalamalu
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Posted: 2017-06-11 9:40 pm   Permalink

Catching up again - looks like a nice trip! Glad you got some rest days in. Love the new work but don't over do it - 14 hour days?! You're supposed to be retired!

LOVE, Love, Love the Moai Kava Kava lamp base.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-12 07:35 am   Permalink

bamalamalu thank you very much. I have one person who has contacted me about it and I'm waiting to hear back. If it becomes available I'll let you know.

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Glazing begins with the Sacramento Crawl mugs. These photos were taken between 2/26/17 and 3/5/17.

I do Artist Proofs so Dan can be paid, he works for tikis, and to have some as first come first serve specials at the crawl. Any left over go up for sale. My AP's cost the same as the crawl mug run $85.

I have already decided that the mug will be a light stone grey with purple undertones and a purple interior and purple Tahiti on the back.

I started by using the purple glaze on the bottom. I covered the bottom and then decided to


wipe it off around the edges to highlight Sacramento, CA.


I glazed the inside of one and then decided that this wasn't working well and changed my technique.


I did three with the purple interiors and the purple bottoms.


I put one inside this box and while wearing a face mask I sprayed the three mugs with the grey glaze.


I let the three mugs dry.


Then two of the mugs went back in the box. One I sprayed the purple from the top down. The second one I sprayed from the bottom up. This will tell me which way works best. The third one I left plain grey on the outside.


Now it was time to make the AP's for the crawl and Dan. I decided to use brown bottoms for most of the AP's. I got smarter and didn't cover the entire bottom.


Now I only had to wipe off the extra glaze over the words.


With that done they are ready to glaze. Since I'm using glazes with crystals they have to be done by hand.


I also glazed the accidental lamp for Dan. I put black on the mug and then wiped it off and then I covered it with a crackle glaze to see if I could get those cracked lines to show up.


My poor kitchen. Glazing is a mess and I seem to do my best to make it worse.

















Done and drying. I'm working towards a kiln load so I can fire.


All fun and games in the tiki factory as the best part begins. Cheers, Wendy
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-06-12 09:09 am   Permalink

Wow
Love the mini trip photos
It's like I was on vacation too
Thanks for posting

This next step on your mugs looks like a lot of work
Then again, it all is

Cheers
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Piddersthecat
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Posted: 2017-06-12 10:22 am   Permalink

Nothing like getting back to work... My nephew would call you a beast

It looks like you both had a nice mini vacation. The only part of California I've ever seen is DisneyLand. I suppose I should make a point of seeing what else is out there. It looks like you both had a relaxing getaway.


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-13 7:47 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki I like it when you share your vacations here too. I really have felt like I did go to Caliente this year.
I am following doctors orders and sticking to 8 hours a day. I am way better but I can still do a lot in 8 hours!

Piddersthecat how far from California are you?

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I'm taking it easy tonight. Here is the final version of the Sacramento Crawl mug 2017.



The mug is $85 at the crawl and $85 plus shipping after the crawl. Same for the AP's.

Good night, Wendy


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