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Wendy Cevola 11/26/14 Ancesory Swirlls and the Honu debut! Wish List #5 rules on Friday.
hang10tiki
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Posted: 2013-11-19 10:34 am   Permalink

I didn't know Grog came with you...
Tell him not to feed the animals...





TikiRoots- glad u like the Honu Hideaway...
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2013-11-20 09:59 am   Permalink

TikiRootsRocka you are so right in all you said. hang10tiki is keeping up with the over the top Las Vegas style. We loved his place and LV is an eye feast.

hang10tiki so that's where GROG is. I've been waiting for him to show up here. I hope he chimes in soon.

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Yesterday was another fun day in this city.

Dan played Santa at the chocolate factory.


We visited the conservatory at the Bellagio.


In front of the Bellagio we watched the fountain show.


At the end of the day we went to see the movie Captain Phillips. Excellent in every way. I highly recommend this movie.

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Now back to tikis. I have a confession. Before we left for our vacation we began to pour some projects.I found that Hefty makes 2.5 gallon plastic bags. They fit most of what I would pour so I decided to get ahead on the Wish List. At the same time I had a bowl I wanted to make on Speculation.

So lets get started.

First I choose the molds that I wanted to work with and we strapped them together.


Years ago I went through a number of catastrophes trying to make a mold of my Missionary's Downfall bowl. I ended up with this giant mold that I cut in half and then chiseled out the sculpt. In the end I couldn't cast a bowl from it and just set it aside.


I didn't toss it out because of the cost of the mold, the loss of the sculpt and the fact we never got anything for all the labor. So now I pulled it out and took a chisel to the inside part.


My plan is to make a volcano bowl with more than one volcano.


I've also learned that you can stop leaks from molds from the inside as well as the outside. So here I've rubbed clay into the breaks between the two pieces.


We buy our slip in half gallons so I can add water and mix it up with my hand and shaking to get the right consistency. When I leave bottled water in the car and it gets hot chemicals that are unhealthy leak into the water. They don't affect the clay to I add them to the slip.


Also when I have to add clay to the bottom of a mold to prevent leaks I put a paper towel on the bottom before turning it upright. That way the clay doesn't stick to the table and pull loose.


We poured the bowl.


I have also poured a Zombie Torch mug for Mondo-By-The-Sea. When I made those mugs with the flame on the top I got totally burned out after 30. I said then that I had made the flame for 50 so in the future I would make 20 more special orders of this mug. So as part of the Wish List I will take orders for these but the mug will not have the background and zombie done in the same color as the first run of 30.


Front and Back. But in other colors.


I can also make a mug version without the flame. But again I can't do any colors that I've done in the past.



Dan the "will work for tikis" man is back at it.


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THE WISH LIST #4 FOR CUSTOM ORDERS IS OPEN FROM TODAY UNTIL SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24TH AT MIDNIGHT.

RULES

I will do my best to fulfill your wish or wishes. If I am unsuccessful I will not expect you to take it or to pay me.

For an idea of what I have made please look on at Gallery for my work and examine page 1, 9 and 11.

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=35609&forum=21&start=0&149

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=35609&forum=21&start=120&149

http://www.tikiroom.com/tikicentral/bb/viewtopic.php?topic=35609&forum=21&start=last&


You should send me a PM with instructions. I will send you my email address and request that you send photo examples or rough drawings.

I will tell you the cost and then you may decline or tell me to proceed. I posted examples of costs back in 2012 and those are one page 116.

I also do black velvet and regular acrylic paintings.

NOTE

I am not a business. I do not take deadlines so if it is for Christmas you would have to give the person an under construction promissory card. I have a huge kiln and I work in full loads so I work on all the projects in phases.
So you'll see photos of your work and then it will go away while I do the same steps on other mugs or bowls.

Sometimes it takes months before your project is finished. But it's all fun and you become part of the gang that has ordered for the current wish list. I also make my own spec projects along the way.

I hope to hear from you! Cheers, Wendy









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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2013-11-20 1:18 pm   Permalink

Vacation pics
Update pics
Awesome


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TikiHula
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Posted: 2013-11-20 9:05 pm   Permalink

I wish for a drink bowl with a tiki bob, a severed head, a moai, a suffering bastard, a war god tiki, a bumatay tiki, and a vicious virgin around the outside and decorated on the inside with shrunken heads, lanai maori tikis, zombie village drummers, rat finks, missionary's downfall wahines, and hawaiian eye tikis - with a giant fez volcano insert in the center

I wonder what that would look like?

Seriously though, I am floored looking at these galleries of your amazing work. You are so creative and I am transfixed by your glazes!
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2013-11-21 10:15 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I hope you'll be doing the same soon.

TikiHula I could do that! On this trip we found a FEZ vase that I thought was a perfect volcano size for a big bowl. We bought it. So your idea for a Fez Volcano is an idea in the works. The one we bought has a long name on the front that when we are home I'll research to see if it is a chapter that exists or existed.

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Here's our Wednesday in the city.

Gypsy Caravan antiques had some very rough tikis.


Too big for our car.


Two old goats in a showdown.


We drove to Henderson to Lake Las Vegas. Dan had his hands full showing our friends the sights!


The casino was shut down so we had the place to ourselves.


Dan entertained our friends with an


Italian opera.


Next was a stop at Sam's Town


and then dinner at the MGM and a walk on the strip.


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Now on to the tiki projects.


We poured out the slip from the easy molds.


For the Mondo-by-the-bay Zombie Torch we got out the siphon pump.


One end in the mug and the other in the bowl. It's so nice to already have this figured out.


What we didn't have figured out was how to empty this huge mold that didn't have locks between the two halves.


Dan was pouring


and then I saw the halves start to twist.


We turned it on it's two sides so they were equally supported but the damage had been done. This truly is a cursed bowl.


Emptied you can see the bases for the volcanoes that I'll be adding to these islands.


If I ever use this mold again I will first drill holes and insert wooden pegs to make locks. That way the two halves will not move ripping the bowl.


After being upside down all night I turned it over and looked at the damage.


I will repair this. As long as the clay is wet it can be fixed.


Now it's time to open the molds.


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Thank you all for the visit and for the Wish List orders. I look forward to working for you.

Cheers, Wendy




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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2013-11-21 11:59 pm   Permalink

How many ounces will that bowl hold?
It's huge


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TikiHula
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Posted: 2013-11-22 08:46 am   Permalink

That's a 15 sipper bowl right there! So a fez volcano may work huh....hmmmm...

Wow, I've never seem Dan entertain before. How was his performance?


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WaikikianMoeKele
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Posted: 2013-11-22 6:47 pm   Permalink

I've been very busy for the last week or so & haven't been checking in on tc.

I love seeing all your photos (thank you especially for the tushie pic!)

I have an idea for a wish list item for my friend. I'll pm you tonight or tomorrow with details.
Thank you for opening a new wish list.

I should never stay away from the Wendy & Dan Show for so long. When I come back & read a couple pages all at once,
I get something comparable to a sugar rush! I'll all hyped up!!!

Time to work on my Art Swap piece.

Goodnight,
~kele


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2013-11-22 9:49 pm   Permalink

IF YOU NEED INFORMATION ON WISH LIST #4 JUST LOOK AT THE POST FOR 11/20/13 AT THE END OF THAT POST.
I REALLY ENJOY MAKING THE MUG OR BOWL OF YOUR DREAMS. PM INFORMATION AND QUESTIONS.

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hang10tiki good question. Right now water would melt the bowl we we'll have to figure that out after it bisque fires.

TikiHula fun huh. When I saw the vase we just bought I thought the tassel looked like a lava flow. Then you brought it up, I think its a fun idea.

I was shocked. Dan's a bit shy but he belted out an Italian pop song in an operatic style. He was very entertaining.

WaikikianMoeKele you are welcome. There's always so much to read with the information highway at our fingertips. I don't read as many posts on TC as I would like too. Sounds like we are healthy rush! Your last project showed me how a micro carve will still show up well with glazing.

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This chocolate fountain at the Bellagio looks just like the molds as they empty out the skip.


First Dan and now I'm playing with the Blue Man Group.


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I continue to work on the cursed bowl.
Dan put the two mold pieces together. Either this bowl works out or the mold goes in the trash.


When I took it out of the mold I found that there is a wall missing that I'll have to build.


Meanwhile I started the repair on the bowl where it tore when the mold pieces shifted.


Inside filled in and ok for now.


The outside was also damaged so I dug out the crack making it big


enough to fill.



The internet here is very slow. Three minutes to load one photo so I'll stop here for tonight.

Sleep well, Wendy

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TikiAno
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Posted: 2013-11-23 05:33 am   Permalink

Wendy, good luck w/ the repair. Or, hope the repair went well- assuming you did this before you went to Vegas- unless you made Dan pack a trailer that you towed that looked amazingly similar to your work area.

Safe travels and enjoy!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2013-11-23 9:21 pm   Permalink

TikiAno of course I made Dan pack up the clay projects for our trip. We are obsessed with doing our tiki work. I bet you have clay on your mind every day too which reminds me to check out the swap page tonight. I really do miss working on clay. We worked really hard the two weeks before we left so that I would have photos to post during our trip. I really do like keeping the show going. You have a fun show too.

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What's up next?

We went to the Pawn Stars shop on Las Vegas Blvd.
It was raining today so the line wasn't long and by the time we parked and walked to the shop the line was gone.


It's not much like the show. They have a section you don't see on the show where you show your items that you want to sell.


None of the stars work there. Instead they have t-shirts and their autographs for sale. It was like a shop that promotes them.
We still have fun watching the show and seeing some rare items that are brought in.


Riding down the strip in the rain Dan captured this photo of the Paris Eiffel Tower.


We went to see Ender's Game. Having read the book made it really easy to understand the movie. In the book the hero is 6 years old in the movie he is 13. The fun part was seeing Ben Kingsly as a Maori.




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Back to sharing another work day.

I am able to flip the bowl over using a couple of flat boards that I've covered with plastic wrap so that the clay won't stick.


Once I turned it over I was able to clean up the bottom. I still need to build a wall where it's missing.


I opened the mold for the Zombie's Torch mug for Mondo-by-the-bay.


The top is never thick enough so I add a layer of sticky clay.


I check the opening to make sure the flame will fit. As the clay dries I will adjust it. I have to also leave room for the glaze on the mug.


There is always a lot of work to clean up mold lines on a detailed mug.


I touched up all the lines on the mug and added earrings.




I added nipples.






I cleaned up a tumbler by removing mold lines


and then I indented the bottom.


This same day I poured a couple of Tiki Bob mugs, short and tall.


When I cut the tops off on one I exposed a hidden air bubble and possible bomb. I felt very lucky to find and repair it so that it wouldn't explode in the kiln.


By the time I finish these Wish List projects the year will have changed.


At the end of the day I had these cleaned up.


It's always fun to get ahead of the Wish List by casting mugs before the orders come in. The first time I did this I wrapped all the casts in plastic wrap and all of them dried and couldn't be altered. I just carved the dry clay like I did for the swap mug.
The next time I used plastic baggies but they were too small for many pieces. This time I found 2.5 gallon bags by Hefty. They are perfect.


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It's 9:16 in Las Vegas. I call that bed time. Good night, Wendy


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Posted: 2013-11-24 03:50 am   Permalink

My torch runneth over, Wendy--I feel healthier already. The mug looks fabulous! Thanks for the in-progress pix--it makes the mug even more special to watch it take shape.

 
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2013-11-24 5:05 pm   Permalink

Aloha
Looks like Dan-0 made it here to Waikiki before we did



Ps- I saw several of your pieces at Geckos



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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2013-11-24 9:13 pm   Permalink

mondo-by-the-bay, its been great corresponding with you. I'd love to hear more as you work through your project.

hang10tiki Oh no call the graffiti police. Dan you dirty dog.

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Hi friends, I'm super happy with the number of orders I've received. There are only a few hours left and then I'll close Wish List #4. I'll be having so much fun over the next few months sharing photos as I work through these projects. Four people have ordered the same thing, a cannibal bowl. I may need to sculpt these 3 different guys and mold each one. In the end that would work better than hand sculpting each one over and over again.

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Today was our last day in Las Vegas. Tomorrow morning we'll sneak out of town early and head home to lots of new tiki projects.

We did pretty well to find fun things to do each day. I hired Michael Jackson to give Dan dancing lessons


but Dan just wasn't into it.


Dan however did want to be King Tut and entertained a few tourists with his royal stance. He request to be called King Rooten Tooten.


My favorite activity is to bomp gophers on the head.


Yes I can see how cute they are


but it's just fun to bomp them. I gave all my winning tickets to a little boy who was waiting for his turn.


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I continued working on the cursed bowl.

When I cast it I didn't even think about this big area where the wall would be missing.



However all things clay can be worked with so I built the wall.


Now I had the three islands to work with.


I added two volcanoes and the bases for three tikis.


Front view


and the back view.


Picture this. The bowl is filled to the top with a Blue Hawaii drink. As those with long straws sip the volcanoes and the tikis are revealed. When the bowl is almost empty it will show the islands surrounded by blue water. That's what I thought up for the cursed bowl. I hope it will work and not crack. There is still lots more to do.

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Thank you for the orders and the visits. Cheers, Wendy
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Posted: 2013-11-24 10:13 pm   Permalink

That bowl is HUGE...
Awesome...
Looks like u 2 are having lots o fun...
Looking forward to seeing what is to be created from the wish list.

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