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Tiki Central Forums Creating Tiki Other Crafts Wendy Cevola 12/16/17 The second big Maoi bowl is completed.
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Wendy Cevola 12/16/17 The second big Maoi bowl is completed.
hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-06-13 8:21 pm   Permalink

Another outstanding mug

 
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Piddersthecat
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Posted: 2017-06-14 08:25 am   Permalink

The mug looks great!

I actually live in western Canada (Alberta), so we're about 4 hours by plane from California. I was at Disneyland last year. I simply love that place.

I'm originally from Newfoundland (most easterly province of Canada) and grew up beside the ocean (albeit the Atlantic). Your pictures remind me of a more exotic (and much warmer version) of home. Newfoundland sticks out into the ocean, so it is generally colder than your trip to Montreal. But sometimes I do miss being so close to the water.

Have a great day and take care of that hand!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-14 08:32 am   Permalink


Bump!



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

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hang10tiki it makes me smile each time I see your name here.

Piddlesthecat I can recal the cold. The coast of Oregon gets cold and foggy too. We love the West coast of Canada and Vancouver Island.

I am so happy to have a good response to the mug. The story of it's conception is on page one of this thread.

Cheers, Wendy
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-06-14 12:18 pm   Permalink

Nice bump


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-14 7:53 pm   Permalink

hang0tiki I'm smiling!

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More work on the Sacramento Crawl mug for October 2017. These photos were taken 3/9/17 to 3/12/17.

To start all the mugs in the hallway and this is only the first table, must be moved to the kitchen and the nook. Along the shelf are the AP's just out of the kiln. Dan snagged his share but there will be a dozen at the crawl that can be bought as an extra or instead of the regular crawl mug. First come first serve.


Here they are surrounding the stove. You can see why I don't cook.


Here are some in the nook.


I had Dan spray water into a batch of the mugs so I could start glazing.


This is as close as I got to having a photo of all the mugs together. I should have had Dan leave the room as he is blocking some.


I got out all of the supplies that I would need for glazing the inside and bottom of each mug.


See that hand? It's mine I really do work it's that Dan is so much cuter in photos. I poured the glaze to the top and waited 30 seconds and poured it out into a pitcher.


Then I put the mug upside down into a heavy duty vase to finish draining. If too much glaze is on the bottom of the inside it can bubble or crack the mug.


While the mug is upside down I glazed the bottoms.


Then I go back and remove the excess revealing the Sacramento, CA.


While I'm glazing I had Dan put boxes together and also number them them. Gosh I just noticed he matches the couch.


I'm getting tired looking at these photos. Or maybe it's because I did my 8 hours of glazing Wish List projects today.

Cheers, Wendy



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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-15 08:09 am   Permalink

Dan finished his assigned chore and left to play records.


I used up all this glaze for the insides of the mugs.


I scrapped out the glaze from each vase into a pitcher and saved it for the next day when this would begin again.



The next day.

Each time I take one out of the vase I clean up the top and if the glaze isn't thick enough I add some around the rim.


One by one the go on a tray until Dan can remove them from the kitchen.


A couple of days later they are dry and the weather is right for spraying. I need no more than a light breeze. Wind will carry too much glaze away from what I am spraying. I don't use the box when I have so many to do.

Mugs get carried all over the place during production. From when they are cast, cleaned, dried, sanded, bisque fired, glazed and fired again and touch ups as needed and fired another time. It's like lifting weights. So from the house they went outside and to the


kiln shed. Now I'm ready to glaze them all.



Most photos are of Dan so I thought I would show myself for a change.


The first time I used a spray gun everything I sprayed stuck to the turn table. I had to keep washing the turn table then I thought why not use the spikes.


I can spray all day long without the glaze building up to reach the mugs.



When I start I wonder if I can get them done, then one by one they are.












Each time I finish a tray of mugs Dan carries it to the shed or into the house.









I put tape between my eyebrows so that I don't frown all day long and make those lines. I iron them out with tape.









I pushed to get this first part done. They all must be sprayed again, I'll show that next time. Wendy

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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-06-15 10:51 am   Permalink

Looks like 4 months of work in those last two days of pics



Off topic
Question
Is that table a Henredon?





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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-15 7:35 pm   Permalink


A second post for the day!

hang10tiki I went under the coffee table with a flashlight and didn't find any markings. My dad bought it on sale for $850 back in the 1960's. It's a treasure no matter what. Most of our furniture in the house was my dads. He moved in with us for 12 years and his furniture was better than ours so his stayed ours was given to family members.


On Saturday we tried out the new brunch at the Jungle Bird on J street near 25th.


We walked right in and found friends to say hi too. Senior moment. Help me with names!


We posed for photos to show that all three of us were wearing shirts with pineapples.


Out back there are umbrellas for shade.


It was fun to have our meal outside.


Dan and his sister Kathi got Spam and eggs but since she is a vegetarian he got her Spam. I had the fun granola with a side of bacon. It was perfect all round.



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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-16 07:35 am   Permalink

Continuing to work on the Sacramento Crawl mug for October 2017.

These photos were taken from 3/14/17 to 3/26/17.

The grey glaze on all the mugs dried and now I took each mug and putting the sprayer down below the mug I sprayed on some purple glaze. It is so subtle that I don't know why I did it. But I liked the shading.


Once this dried it was time to load and fire and


load and fire and


load and fire and


load and fire. I did 7 two layers in the kiln loads.


The fun part is unloading the kiln.


Dan's job was to carry them into the house and then to inspect them to see if any needed touch up.


Dan is a good inspector. It only takes one spec of dust to cause a defect that needs work.


Overall there were not that many that did.


It's fun to see them lined up with a few of the AP's.


They are not done. There is still one more step to go.


Cheers, Wendy

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Piddersthecat
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Posted: 2017-06-16 09:04 am   Permalink

The mugs look great all lined up!

Next to Disneyland, your house must be the happiest place on earth!


 
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2017-06-16 11:35 am   Permalink

Army of tikis!!! I really like the glaze colors you are using for these.







 
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mondo-by-the-bay
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Posted: 2017-06-16 3:42 pm   Permalink

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On 2017-06-16 07:35, danlovestikis wrote:
Continuing to work on the Sacramento Crawl mug for October 2017.

Wendy, Thanks for including us on the list. We definitely want a mug this year--we have all of them so far! Great design once again!

Karen & Hoppy
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-17 08:33 am   Permalink

Piddersthecat Tiki Hula once said that same thing to us. The fact that Dan and I are both into tiki does make for a very happy home.

lunavideogames except for the touch of purple I wanted this mug to look like the stone inspiration that you supplied. Thank you for getting me started this year. The fact that Psycho Tiki D asked if I wanted to use the Tahiti restaurant at the same time cinched it. You two men were my inspiration.

mondo-by-the-bay I saw all your fun Hukilau photos on fb. I hope you and Hoppy make it to Oasis.

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Finishing the Sacramento Crawl mug for October 2017. These photos were taken 4/2/17 to 4/8/17.

I wanted to highlight the name Tahiti on the back. I bought a can of pin stripping paint at a car detailing shop. $25! I hoped it would last for the 65 mugs I've made. I did not use it for the AP's. This is durable enamel.


I uniformly applied the paint to this sponge. I save all my plastic lids to use as disposable easels.


I then applied it by blotting on the raised letters.


The name of the glaze I used for the interior was Purple. The pin stripping paint name was Purple.


I hoped when it dried that they would match. Nope, not that lucky.


Dan said it didn't bother him so, OK I did them all.


I printed 65 signature cards and autographed and numbered them.


Dan got ready. I matched a box, mug and card and gave them to him to box.


The crawl mug is DONE. Now I will just work on the Wish List #7.


This feels so good. I will try to accomplish the next crawl mug ahead of schedule too. I've already got an idea and a place that I found by going through all the phone books at the state library from 1912 on.

Wendy



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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2017-06-17 9:24 pm   Permalink

They came out great
Love the purple


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2017-06-18 4:08 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki men like purple and I like men. It was a good fit for this manly mug.

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Now that all the crawl mugs are boxed and ready for the event it is time for me to concentrate on glazing the Wish List.
I have four black velvet paintings to do. Each is similar to the one I did for the Tiki Oasis art show last summer. So I had to make a mug to go with each one. Since things can go bad I made 7 just in case.

I started with all the mugs in the kitchen.


I glazed all of the bottoms.


Then I filled a squeeze bottle with a Duncan CN glaze that doesn't move during firing.


All done. Nope see the next photo. Horrors.



Sometimes glaze spoils just like milk and has to be thrown out. The black glaze for the interior of these mugs did not stick even though I always spray water inside the mug first to start "capillary" action.


There is nothing that can save this so I have to remove this glaze.


I scrapped it all off the best I could and used a wet sponge on a stick to wipe these out.


Then I got a new jar of glaze and


finished the insides.



Now it was time to wash off any excess glaze from when I used the squeeze bottle.


Then I did 3 layers of glaze around the bottom rim.


Now I was ready to use grey glaze on all of them.


One by one I did the tiki in 2 layers and the outside of the mug with one. My hope is that the black will show through.


This is what it looked like when one had dried.


I decided to glaze some really big items since they fill up the kiln fast and I wanted to fire these mugs.





Ready to unload.



All 7 in the kiln.


This guy wanted to pose alone.


I will know if they are done after inspection has been completed. They look good on the outside.

Time for TV, Wendy



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