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Wendy Cevola 813/18 Wish List #8 a Mosaic Tiki Bob for Todd Sieber.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-05-02 11:13 am   Permalink


hang10tiki-FrankomaCano

littlegiles Or is it Volcanoma?

HopeChest-Pelekoma!


Well men I just posted the completed mug on fb and named it War God Island and then I found all your suggestions as I came here to post. Thank you for the fun suggestions.

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Wish List #8 for Vance Klinke. Design by RVictor and he has allowed me to make it whenever requested.


















This mug has been drying for three weeks and it doesn't even look half dry yet. Slow going for these hand built, thick mugs. Ceramics take so long to make I never run out of projects.

Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2018-05-03 08:39 am   Permalink

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On third look, I'm starting to really like what you did with the profile of the palm trees against the volcano. Most volcano mugs I've seen are so focused on the volcano, they don't show what's around the mountain.



 
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Posted: 2018-05-03 11:52 am   Permalink

Philot thank you. I didn't get good photos of all of the trees but there are more.

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Wish List #8 update. The last Wish List had a request for a diver's helmet with a skull inside. I told Theo Stool that this was on my own personal list to make and that if I figured out how to do it I would make more in the future. He was fine with that so I went to work. I figured out how to make his and now it's time for the next batch with some changes.

Since I've only made one before I don't have a set idea of how to proceed. I'm still learning. I had 6 ordered for this Wish List. I am making all 6 and then in the order of requests the wisher will pick which one they want. The last person gets the last mug left. Hopefully they are all good and different and everyone will be happy.

These steps take place over several days.

I start with casting a bowl. I clean it up.


This time I added a slab of clay to the bottom with a layer of sticky clay to glue it.


Then I cut a hole and I added some clay that I will eventually shape.


I added a layer of very soft clay and then I slowly push this clay and the side of the bowl until I have a dent large enough for the skull.


I make the basic shape of the skull on one day and then


on another day when the clay is firm I carve out the back side.


I added "windows" to the top and sides.


Once it was large enough I placed the skull inside with sticky clay holding it in place.


Next I cleaned up the bottom.


I started to add nuts and bolts around the bottom.


I'm sure this will be the last time I try it this way. I made a ring of sticky clay and


pressed it into place and began to clean up the front "window".


This is not an easy mug to make. There are still more steps to come. Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2018-05-03 8:21 pm   Permalink

Daaaaang
Great skull

I see a run of skull mugs in the Wendy house soon

Hint hint
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-05-04 08:39 am   Permalink

hang10tiki Dan doesn't even own one of the Diver Helmet O2 out mugs. I don't have time to make him one!

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Wish List #8 continues with the last sculpting steps for the mug for Vance Klinke.

O2 out Diver's Helmet.

The ring around the opening to the skull is still soft but it will firm up over night.


The bolts are now firm so I can put in the screw.


To make the carving easier I mark the clay with a straight edge.


I carve out each area.


These will look deeper when glazed inside with black.


I've gone over the mug and added detail. I've roughed it up with corrosion too. Glazing will make it even better.

















The first one I made had a flat bottom that cracked. So this time I'm making it concave to see it that works.


Think of a 5 pound bag of sugar. This mug empty weighs around 4 pounds. With a drink inside...It's gonna be a heavy mug for weight lifters!

Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2018-05-04 11:24 am   Permalink

Wendy, that new mug is super. Love the details you put on it and can't wait to see that one finished with glaze.
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-05-05 08:45 am   Permalink

littlegiles thank you. I'm making six or more of these. Wishers have been changing their requests to these so I'll be making a couple more. I'm trying to make each one different. I hope they are still liked with the changes.

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Wish List #8 the next O2 out Diver's Helmet. These take a week to make so these are all catch up photos.

Each time I post I will show less of the steps but here we go again!

After I clean up the mold lines I press in the bowl then add a slab


of clay so that the pressed in area is not too thin.


You can see how it looks on the inside in this photo.

This time I added the rim clay around the hole before placing the skull.


I was able to judge the thickness with one hand on the inside and on the outside to add clay if it wasn't thick enough.


To keep the clay from slouching downward I put it on the rim to firm up for a day.


Now I moved on to doing the skull.


He is not done but needs to firm up.


Once firm I carved out the back side so it won't crack when fired.


I added the ports or whatever they are called.


A day later they are firm enough to carve.


The skull has been sticky glued into place. It is firm enough on the sides to hold so I was able to indent the bottom.


I added the detail needed to age it. Glaze will do that too.





I finished doing the carving on the teeth.















Two down more to go. Wendy


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Posted: 2018-05-05 7:30 pm   Permalink

Lookin good
These are cool
Great detail Wendy
I hope one gets a gold tooth


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2018-05-06 10:36 am   Permalink

hang10tiki to add a gold tooth the entire mug has to fire one more time at a low cone number of 018. I've never done it because my kiln is so huge. Great idea but I just can't do it.

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Wish List #8 proceeds with the third O2 out Diver's Helmet with skull. Here's the fast track of a weeks work.

I cast pieces ahead of projects and store them in large plastic bags in the garage. When ready to sculpt I bring them inside. On this day there was a hitch hiker!


I did the slab and indentation.


I made the skull.


Done with the detailing and addition of all the pieces.


This time I added a tube for the air intake or outtake or just for fun.











Drying projects in the nook putting them in and out of plastic bags for weeks. The turn lighter as they dry.


Three down three to go on this phase. Some wishers are trading out their custom projects for one of thee.

Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2018-05-06 7:36 pm   Permalink

Awesome
U r making me want to carve a skull
Hmmmmm


 
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Posted: 2018-05-07 06:30 am   Permalink

I really should not be so excited by dead divers....but I am. HAHA

Was wondering if maybe the gold tooth could be done with a bit of gold leaf after the glazing was complete? Not sure how that would hold up.
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Posted: 2018-05-07 09:01 am   Permalink

hang10tiki do it that would be fun to watch. What size?

littlegiles that is great to hear. I could do a gold tooth but it would wear off over time. I would have to let the owner know that information.

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Wish List #8 and the Sacramento Crawl mug for October 2018 are progressing one step at a time.

I have all these to sand. I do it outside whenever the weather permits.


I usually take photos of Dan but today he caught me in the act.


Hours later I had finished all of them and


Dan put on his protective gear and


dusted each one.


I won't be able to do so many of the crawl mugs when they are glazed. If they touch they glue together.


Time to fire some wishes too. The I Dream of Jeanne bottle was too tall. I can't lie it on it's side when it glazes so it will take up a lot of space.


The firing is done and I unloaded the kiln.


The Jeanne bottle had the crack return.


It doesn't go all the way through. I have notified the wisher of this defect. Ceramics are full of disappointments and hard work.


No problems with any of the crawl mugs.


Now the next day we work will be a day of scrubbing.


The day arrived.


After washing they go on clean trays and are


brought into the house. They sit out to dry a day and then are covered with plastic to prevent dust from reaching them. Dust will make the glaze pull back leaving an unglazed area called a skip.


Soon I will stop sculpting and just glaze everything that is fired. Then I'll start the cycle all over again!

Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2018-05-07 7:15 pm   Permalink

Skull size- hmmm, small to start, Incase it looks bad
Lol

The mugs are lookin good


 
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Posted: 2018-05-08 06:08 am   Permalink

I love the fact you two always have a smile on your faces when you are working. Mugs are looking great and can't wait to see you start glazing those.
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hang10tiki small is good. I'll enjoy watching that along with your big tiki on your carving page. It's looking very male.

littlegiles I'm so happy that you like our smiles. Dan said he wanted to marry me because I always smiled when we were together.

You don't have to wait. The glazing has begun!

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It's Catch Up Day. While working on the O2 out Diver's Helmets I have also begun to glaze. Once the helmets are all sculpted I'll glaze all projects done so far including the Sacramento Crawl mugs before I begin the next phase of the Wish List #8.

Some new glazes have become available. I bought them and did my usual glaze tests for each one. The name of the jar on the bottom and then 3, 2 and 1 layers of glaze to see what works best for each project. I use the tests as my guides because orange glaze is green when fired.


To glaze the O2 out mug I do a flat black into all the areas needing depth. Behind the skull really makes the helmet look hollow.

This is the first one to be done of the 6.


One side and then


the other.


Next up is the bowl that had the big piece pop out of the side because I was careless. I'm doing it first so that Eric Gabry's can figure out if these colors work for his version of this bowl.

I glazed it in shiny black and then added crystals to make lava.


I only show one layer of glazing. These steps are done 3 times.


This bowl has so many nooks and


crannies.


I let it dry between layers. I do not glaze the top edge until I've done the 3 layers all over. Then once I don't have to flip it I will do the 3 layers on the top edge.


Mark Seller's requested 3 spitting tikis to go with his black velvet painting. He had me also customize them. No top rim and


red crystals in the inside.


After I did his I did the black interiors for the 7 other mugs. I placed them upside down on wire grids so that the excess glaze could drip out onto a clean tray.


After they were done dripping I was able to put the excess back into the jar.


All ten mugs will now dry and be ready for the next step.




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