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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: 2012-02-16 08:28 am   Permalink

Well it looks like I woke up to some of my favorite guys writing notes.

hang10tiki thank you for reminding me that it was you who sent me the note requesting that I make these. Without that request who knows if I'd have gotten around to these.

The Blue Kahuna your sombrero will be the first out of the mold. I have to wait until it dries out before I pour. You mention coffee well Dan never works with me before he drinks his so our work day mostly begins at 9 am. Yesterday was the exception and he brought his coffee into the garage.

Professor G and WestADad the carving will begin today on your mugs. I'm so happy my photos are appreciated.

The only person who has a Bob ordered and hasn't checked in today is TikiTomD and he had a rocket to blast off.

Drying in the kitchen last night.


Thank you for all the joyful notes, Wendy
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Psycho Tiki D
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Posted: 2012-02-16 10:21 am   Permalink

Wendy,

Your talent is boundless and I can't believe how far this has taken you to.

Remember I wanted a Tiki Bob bowl.

Thanks,

PTD


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-02-16 11:22 am   Permalink

Hi Duane, I guess we had better get those molds out and get to pouring! Dan had reminded me but I knew where you were. God Bless, Wendy

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-02-17 08:23 am   Permalink

Psycho Tiki D (Duane), Thank you for the bowl order. I had a bowl poured and it became yours.


There are always glitches to clean up.

I wet the sponge and spin it against the rough spots.

It even fits under the lip.

Nice and smooth. When it is put together with the small Bob's and dry it is also sanded.

Even though we had cleaned up for the morning we started again and poured your small Bobs. The bowl is just the right size for three Bob's. Do you like these colors? If you come over you could pick any color on my wall of tests.

The Bob's are poured.


Progress Report:

All of the mugs that had been sanded and were almost dry have been dusted with the air compressor and loaded into the kin along with four Bumatay for the resin lamps.



These were brought out to dry further and to wait to be sanded. You can see here the difference in height as they shrink as they dry. Even those in the kiln are still in need of further drying before firing. Even with my huge kiln I found they are too tall for two layers. I had to move the one mug to the top shelf to make room for the last tall one on the bottom. I can bisque fire with them lying on their sides but when I glaze it will be one layer each time.


I worked on the South of the Boarder Bob for The Blue Kahuna last night. Using these two tools I made the rings look like a palm tree.

The Body is done!

Now I need the sombrero mold to dry so I can do the hat. I had it out in the sun all day yesterday and I'll do that again today.


Now I went to work to make a hat for the Fu Man Chu mug for TikiTomD

I formed the top of the hat and made rings.

The smallest ring will fit into the mug so that it won't fall off. I have to do this twice.

I use slip to glue it into place and then tools to smooth it into one piece.

Next I do this again for the larger ring.

I'm copying a hat I found on-line.

Next ring attached to the first and I'll clean it up.

The next Bobs were dry enough for me to smooth them with tools and water.

I cleaned up four and put them aside without covers for the night. By tonight they will be ready to be carved for Professor G, WestADad and hang10tiki


So next up for us is to open all the molds (8) that were poured yesterday and to clean them up. I need to pour another bowl. The tonight I'll carve Bob's.

So that's it for the Wendy and Dan show for today! What are my Nielsen Ratings?

Cheers, Wendy

I want to share this web page. America in space. Thank you TikiTomD for showing us this site. Launch later today. Check the site and watch it live.
http://spaceflightnow.com/atlas/av030/status.html



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littlegiles
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Posted: 2012-02-17 11:44 am   Permalink

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So that's it for the Wendy and Dan show for today! What are my Nielsen Ratings?



Gosh Wendy, I think the ratings are through the roof!! Love what you did for the new hat on Fu (or is that Chu??). Thanks for sharing the next installment.

So did I read right that all the glazed Torch mugs will have to be fired in one layer? Ouch. That's a tall mug!

Can't wait to see the next episode.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-02-17 12:19 pm   Permalink

Hi littlegiles, it is a tall mug. It will shrink some when it is fired. Right now with the flame they are around 14 inches tall and weigh around 4 pounds. Some is water weight that will change as the water evaporates. I have stilts that are perfect for the first layer but when I put in the shelves the mugs were too close to the kiln lid to make it work. I'll have plenty of Bob's to go on the top layer so I'll still have a full load when I fire. My breaks over now it is back to work.
Thanks for stopping by, Wendy
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Chuck Tatum is Tiki
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Posted: 2012-02-17 1:52 pm   Permalink

With all that amazing work, How much time a day to you actually put in to it?
Do you sleep at all?


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-02-17 3:37 pm   Permalink

Hi Chuck, I'm on my second break of the day. We work for a 2 to 4 hours then at 11 we go someplace for lunch. Today we went for the salad bar at Round Table Pizza. Then we come back by noon and do the next step. Today it was pour out the bowl mold and open up eight molds and do minor clean up of the tikis and wrap them up until I can get to them. That took another three hours.

Now I'm taking a short break and then I'll carve on the 3 Bob's until 5 PM. Then we will make dinner here. Then I'll carve until 8 PM. Then it's time for a shower and either reading, TV or my Spanish Lesson on Rosetta Stone. If anyone had any doubt about RS I think it is wonderful and fun.

We usually go to sleep by 10 or 11 PM. Then tomorrow it all starts again. All this work ends in wonderful fun once we start to glaze. It just takes a very long time to get to that point. We try to do this at least 6 days a week. This is not a job this is my hobby that Dan helps with so that he gets tikis from my projects. Gecko said ceramics plus his job made for a 100+ hour work week. It's so true. I wouldn't change anything.

Thanks for asking, Wendy
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Chuck Tatum is Tiki
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Posted: 2012-02-17 4:01 pm   Permalink

That is true devotion & your work is better for it.

 
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The Blue Kahuna
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Posted: 2012-02-17 4:19 pm   Permalink

Normally I'd offer you my services as a labor representative, but since you and Dan have worked it all out . . .

I have to tell you, when I read the latest progress report, I have the same great (goofy in a good way) smile as Bob! Fantastic watching this and just couldn't be more pleased, excited and eager to touch the final product . . . and drink from!

Thanks Wendy, just incredible to watch and vicariously participate!


 
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Professor G
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Posted: 2012-02-17 8:28 pm   Permalink

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On 2012-02-17 08:23, danlovestikis wrote:

So that's it for the Wendy and Dan show for today! What are my Nielsen Ratings?




Another great episode, Wendy. It had drama, comedy, ceramics . . . really everything you could want in the feel-good Tiki story of the year.


 
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VampiressRN
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Posted: 2012-02-17 9:10 pm   Permalink

It's a darn good thing you two retired so you could be full-time muggers!!! Awesome sharing of your work Wendy...you are quite the talent.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2012-02-17 10:20 pm   Permalink

Chuck Tatum is Tiki it sure is nice to be able to picture you as I write. Practice really does make it get better. I had major problems today so I just now stopped working. In the end it will all work out into fun ceramics. Photos tomorrow. I swear I could be known for inventing glitches more than delivering art.

The Big Kahuna hour note made me smile a goofy smile. I'm so happy you like what you see.

Professor G not only is the next Dan and Wendy show in the morning your mug is next on my list to make. Thank you so much for the Nielsen rating!

Vamp I miss you so much. I'm sure happy that the 25th is just around the corner. I swear I'll take time off to play. Oh and Dan too, I'll let him off.

Soon there will be another artist joining us with clay works. I was asked what my favorite clay tools are so since a photo is worth a thousand words...

Sometimes these come in package groups sometimes not. I use many of those sponges and i just keep them in a jar of water. The yellow handled tool is a label scraper I got on line.


These work well with wet or dry clay.


These are wood working tools that I got at a wood working shop not a ceramic shop.


I try to show the tools as I use them for my projects. So every tool should be in a photo on these pages.

I hope this helps. In the end I've bought just about every clay tool there is but I always end up using these.

Cheers, Wendy
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whoseyrtiki
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Posted: 2012-02-17 11:53 pm   Permalink

Thanks for your tool pics! Excited to run back to the supply store tomorrow. Hoping i've not bit off more then I can chew here. Your thread has been very inspiring and is often the highlight of my TC day
With any luck I'll have some pics of my own to post soon

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TikiTomD
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Posted: 2012-02-18 09:05 am   Permalink

The Fu Bob mug hat (or Gua Pi Mao, originating from the Ming dynasty but becoming popular only during the Qing dynasty) is awesome! Here's a version of it from the China History Forum...



It's been two long days with no joy on the Atlas V rocket launch due to bad weather and upper level winds. But John Glenn (now 91 years old) and his wife visited us in the launch control center for the first launch attempt. He and Scott Carpenter are in town for the 50th anniversary of manned orbital launches. John was one of the original Mercury 7 astronauts (truly the "right stuff") and was the first American to orbit the earth. It's fitting that he was there, as an Atlas rocket launched his Friendship 7 capsule into orbit on February 20, 1962. He and Scott Carpenter are the last living members of the original Mercury 7. John was also the oldest person to fly in space, when he flew aboard the Space Shuttle Orbiter Discovery at age 77.

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