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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2010-11-11 3:59 pm   Permalink

Welcome to my step by step thread of tiki art.



I reserve this page for the mug for each years Sacramento Crawl the first weekend in October 2015.

SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG sign ups are open, just let me know if you want one and I'll put you on the list. The list will be on Page One of this thread.

Here are the previous mugs 2010 -2015. Zombie Hut, Tiki Bob's, Hawaiian Hut, Coral Reef, Albert's Tiki Villiage and the Bali Hai.





Each year I do a mug that is from a place that existed in the Sacramento, California area. I try to figure out a style that will work for each place.

This year I will do a life size pineapple. This real one is my guide but of course I also use artistic license.



The place I have chosen to represent this year is The Tropics. I have borrowed all these photos from the posts by atomicpear on Tiki Central. He made this mug possible. The photo souvenir says 1945 when I did research using the Sacramento Library there never was a placement of the phone number nor an add in the phone book. I think this place was short lived.











So I have the place, I have the design but I needed a tiki. One fell in our laps at the antique sale under the freeway in Sacramento. The man told us it was a decoration in a tiki bar in the 1940's I decided to believe him and to purchase it so I could put it on the pineapple mug.


The next step will be to sculpt the mug. To see all the steps go to my thread under "other crafts". Cheers, Wendy


Sign ups for the 2016 Pineapple crawl mug. Mugs are handed out at each stop of the crawl. First to ask gets the lowest number. I may also have some Artist Proofs that will sell for the same price. This years mug is $85. After 100 uses the mold will be destroyed.

There are some assigned numbers based on those numbers having been purchased at all the crawls. Number one is there for the taking, so come to the first stop.

Sign ups so far.

Buddy Newby
#13 Laura Lee Riley
#47 Choptop
Brian P. Faulkner
Robyn Lednock-Hass

#10 Sandy
#11 VampiressRN
Woody Miller
Cathi Wartelle
Brigitte Crawford

#41 Keith Richardson
Denise Marie
Brenda Ray
#25 Matt Hull
Erik Danielles

Monty Dunnigan
#22 Debbie Whitaker Moretton
Reg Huber
#99 Dancin' Lizard
Tikitastic

Moai Mike
Cole Unger
Debbie Eyman-Whitehead
Mike Mac
Mike Mac's sister

Gregory Ramirez
Psycho Tiki D
bobtiki
ebtiki
Moai Mike

JJMaiTai
Karen Stuetz-Garland
Whylee Raven
LokiTiki
#20 TikiTNT

Dru Bornhoeft
Justin Wojslaw
Annette Kerns
Stephen Holt
Barb Lawrence

Savage Tiki
Michael Boyle
Joanne K.
slowhandtikiman
Doc Fried

Vance Klinke
Tiki Tonie
Lauren Lundstun
AmandaHD
Kele Von Schultz

Donovan Goble
AquaAloha
Nate Kranda
Jeff Bannow
Terry Patton

mondo-by-the-bay
kingstiedye
Miss Monk-ii aka Maggie
Liddle Lola aka Darilyn


Thank you. This is going to be another wonderful crawl.








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Posted: 2010-11-11 6:00 pm   Permalink

Wow...sad history but great pictures. That Tiki couldn't have gone to a better person. Looking forward to your moldy posts.
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Posted: 2010-11-11 6:55 pm   Permalink

Great stuff Wendy. I'm looking forward to you showing everyone the process of how to make a mold.
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Babalu
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Posted: 2010-11-11 7:00 pm   Permalink

Nice start Wendy...your going to have great fun I'm sure!

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2010-11-11 9:27 pm   Permalink

Hi, I've been slow to starting this thread because I've had so much fun posting finished art to the Gallery page. But now I'd like to share Step by Step how I create my art. What is be missing from this thread will be the projects that I do for the Sacramento Crawl each year. If you go to the event page and choose that thread you will follow my progress to make the next ceramic for the 2011 crawl. Maybe you will want to come be part of a wonderful weekend in October.

Before starting this thread I posted all of my Step by Step photos of the production of the Zombie Hut mug on the Sacramento Crawl Thread. Here is the link to see that work. Cheers, Wendy
http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=36468&forum=17&start=0&608
















Today 11/20/11 Sven (BigBroTiki) was on TV and so was my mug. It's on the top of his CD shelf next to the pole!








It gives me great pleasure to call Joniece Frank of Frankoma Pottery my friend. She and I have been enjoying each others love of clay for years now.

She sent me a precious gift. When Frankoma burnt to the ground in 1983 all of the master molds were destroyed. Every tiki mold gone.








Joniece Frank my friend.



As she went through the rubble she found an intact small tiki that had been saved and fired in the heat. She sent me that special tiki.






Years ago she gave me the copy write to the Frankoma Tiki line. That is why I did a sculpt that Gecko made into the ceramic war gods. This time with Joniece's blessing I have made a mold with my friend Mike L. and will in the future bring back the actual tiki salt & pepper and three tiki bowl. They will not have the same glaze or the name Frankoma on them. But they will be the tiki that survived the fire.

Here I will share the step to make a two piece mold.





Hey Vamp, Swizzle and Babalu, thank you for visiting here and commenting.

Step one: choose your materials for the box. Mike is a master mold maker with more than 25 years experience. He starts off by bending this metal into L shapes.

Next he puts them around the tiki to see how large a base he needs to cut out of wood.

He cuts the wood.


We make the bottom of the tiki flat by adding wet clay then we make a funnel shape of clay and attach it to the tiki. In the future this will be the opening where the slip is poured into the mold. The tiki is also secured to the wood bottom with clay.

In your mind decide how to divide the tiki into two halves so the mold will pull apart. No undercuts. Build clay up to that half way point all the way around.

Smooth the clay and make sure it's tight against the tiki.

Take a break, more tomorrow. Cheers, Wendy

Mike and Dan




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Use a round object to make mold locks for fitting pieces together. this is a melon kitchen utensil.

Fit your sides around the wood bottom and strap tightly.

Use paper clamps to hold the sides together.

Press clay around the edges to make a firm seal with the sides.

Buy high grade mold plaster. Put on a face mask before opening the bag of plaster. It should be a face mask that filters microscopic particles. Add water and mix until it is like buttermilk.

Pour into your mold until it's at least 2 inches deep. Pour slowly to prevent air pockets. Tap the sides to help move air to the top.

Do not pour left over plaster down the drain it will harden somewhere down the pipes and will never break down. Also clean any tools you used for mixing right away. It's a lot of work to get it off later. As shown in this photo we learned the hard way. This is a mixing tool that attaches to a drill.

More photos soon, Wendy




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Hi Wendy, just a couple of questions. I assume that the clay is wet when you pour the plaster over it, is that correct? I gather that the plaster doesn't stick to the clay. And also do you need to coat the sculpt/master with anything so that the plaster doesn't stick to that?

 
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Posted: 2010-11-12 7:43 pm   Permalink

Very cool Wendy! Looking forward to see all the projects you have planned for this Phoenix Tiki that has risen from the ashes!

 
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When you mix plaster you should wear an air mask. Plaster is activated by adding water, and it hardens by a catalyst, which is why it gets hot as it hardens. If you breathe in the plaster dust it can get in your lungs, harden, and cause breathing problems.


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Posted: 2010-11-12 9:15 pm   Permalink

Thanks Grog, that's important information. I can't remember if Mike the Mold maker was wearing one or not. I wear a mask all the time when I sand or carve clay. MadDogMike, I'm looking forward to this project and so many more, thank you. Swizzle the clay is wet.

When the plaster has hardened about 45 minutes remove the sides.

Another good time for a face mask. Use a rasp to sand the edges.

Peal away the clay but leave the tiki in place.


More soon, Goodnight, Wendy
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GROG shouldn't worry his pretty little head, Wendy is so safety conscious that she wears a mask when she opens a new box of masks!

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So fun to read your journey through this process. Thanks for the great descriptions and pictures.

 
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Mold soap should have been used on the first side of the tiki but is wasn't so you'll see what happens by the end. Cover all the surfaces, plaster and tiki with three coats of mold soap.


When it dries wipe it down so the surface will be even and clump free.


More soon, Wendy
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Posted: 2010-11-13 7:38 pm   Permalink

Wendy Very Cool info, mahalo.. I like the way you cut the metal and form the sides around the base there.. I was having a hard time building up the clay around my piece where the part line is, having it out of the box looks so much easier to get the clay even and just where you want it..
Great point on the mask Grog, I gotta start thinking safer... I just get into a hurry sometimes..

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The only soft clay that is not removed is at the base. It's for the opening used to pour in the slip.







This plaster is dense and will not break if you hammer hard to separate the halves for the first time.



Since we did not use mold soap on the little tiki before pouring the first half it stuck. We were very lucky that with some prying it came out.



Leave the mold open and let it dry out for a couple of days. Then secure with rubber bands or straps. Pour in the slip. For this small tiki I left the slip sit for 30 minutes then poured out the excess and let it sit over night. It can be opened sooner if it dries and pulls away from the sides.





My favorite tool for all things clay is a sticker remover. It cuts clay easily. I use it to smooth clay too. They can be ordered online in sets of 6.


As much as I would like to start some projects with this tiki I have others to finish first. As of yesterday I have contracted with Forbidden Island to produce my Tiki Crate mug and statue for their anniversary party in April 2011.

The molds have been produced by Gecko in Hawaii and will ship here Wednesday.

Nope that's not Gecko he's a friend.

I also am working on my Eat Drink and Be Merry mug which will be my next post on this thread. Every one of the mugs will be an artist proof with a different glaze. That is how I will learn about each glaze and under glaze. More photos soon, Wendy
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