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Wendy Cevola 10/17/17 Starting a few Wish List projects. A new 3 hula girl goblet.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2014-12-02 09:35 am   Permalink

hang10tiki it is heavily raining today. Finally we have some water in the creeks. We may stay home all day and I'll get more done on the painting. I'm really enjoying doing this one because I like the shirt so much.

I am addicted to carving Tiki Bob mugs. I hate to watch TV doing nothing so here come more Bobs!

hang10tiki my favorite are Maori tribal around the biceps. Have you looked at the tattoo thread on TC? I posted lots of photos of Michael Fry's whole body!

TikiHula I like to think of it as an "not for profit" imperfect forgery.

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Let's see what Tiki Bob's I can pull up today.

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Talking about forgeries I decided to make an obviously FAKE Elvis Bob. I will write something silly on the side when I glaze it.

Around 16 years ago I found this mug in Springfield Oregon. Dan had just started collecting tiki mugs and he wasn't convinced it was a tiki. I told him I had seen these and that it was a tiki mug. So I forced him to spend the $18 on this mug and to add it to his collection. It was the best bargain we have ever gotten.

This Tiki Bob is different from most. He is longer from the chin down and his chin swoops out more.










To start I got clay to add to the bottom to match the mug.



First I made the side where my funny writing will go.


Then I began to build up the base.


I keep cutting pieces of clay and


adding them on. I'm always careful not to trap an air bubble which would expload in the kiln.


I smooth the pieces with a wet finger.


I added more clay to the bottom to match the original shape.


Now to carve all the small rings.


Backside.


I smoothed the rings with more water.


I thought I was done.


I checked him over and compared him to the original but the chin was not right.
I added more clay and


shaped his chin.


Now he's done and ready to relax and dry.


Leaving my name and 2014 on the bottom will also show that this mug is not the original.


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I looked through the tattoo book again and found these designs.


I re-use clay that I have cut off of casts. I do have to be careful to remove any plaster that is stuck on it.


I cut ears from these pieces and attached them.


After Bob sat overnight to firm up I started carving.


All done and posing. Should he be called The better to hear you Bob?











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LAST DAY TO ORDER PROJECTS ON WISH LIST #5. PROJECTS WON'T BE COMPLETED FOR MONTHS
BUT YOU CAN WATCH THEM BEING MADE HERE.

ALL TIKI BOB'S I'M MAKING ARE FOR SALE ON A FIRST COME BASIS. THEY START ON PAGE 375.

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Thank you for the visit.

Now it's time to get to work. Cheers, Wendy




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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2014-12-02 10:14 am   Permalink

Elvis Bob, 18.00
Wow
Never even seen one in person before


 
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Posted: 2014-12-02 7:32 pm   Permalink

Got my Peanut carve all glossy
Sittin next to da Wendy Peanut






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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2014-12-03 12:22 pm   Permalink

Very nice hang10tiki, I'm looking forward to visiting your home town in 2015. I want to see all your backyard creations and also your wife.

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WISH LIST #5 IS OFFICIALLY CLOSED. ONCE I HAVE POSTED ALL THE PROJECTS THAT ARE ALREADY COMPLETED I WILL START SHOWING THE STEP BY STEPS ON THESE ORDERS AND ON THE SACRAMENTO CRAWL MUG. FIRST I NEED TO FINISH THE SWAP PAINTING.

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Dan and I went to the Dicken's Fair in Old Town Elk Grove

Our Old Town was started in the 1800's.


Santa was there but Dan didn't sit in his lap. See the reason below.


Dan sat outside this antique shop while I went in. He missed out on the spiced apple cider and when he stood up


the wet bench has left it's mark on his behind.


When we got home we saw our neighbors house had the same markings. Imagine that!


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I gave Dan a Home Depot Moai as a thank you present for all the help he gives me on my projects. It's really nice. Close up it still looks like stone.



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I call this one Tahitian Tiki Bob because of the style of carving. Stylized.


Again I sand with a wet brush.


Done and posing.













This is a second Tapa Bob. First I carved all the boxes and then I carved designs into each one.


Done and posing.











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Thank you all for the fun Wish List orders. I'll keep in touch and post step by step photos as I progress towards completion. Cheers, Wendy





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Posted: 2014-12-03 1:48 pm   Permalink

Dan-0
I think you should've sat on Santa's lap,
Ask for something nice,
Then said oh no,
Got up,
And walked away



Wendy- more great Bobs


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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2014-12-03 4:53 pm   Permalink

Nice work as always, Wendy! We will miss you at the Markeplace this weekend. Next year you are going to go to everything since you missed out this year?

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2014-12-04 09:02 am   Permalink

hang10tiki now I know if you are naughty or nice.
I work on Bob diversity, thank you.

lunavideogames so many fun tiki excursions and so little time. I need to finish this swap painting and to work on the Wish List #5. I will plan to see you all during 2015.

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Sorry for posting in two places but I keep my whole art life on this thread.

My painting for the MadDogMike Hawaiian Shirt Swap had more colors than I realized.
So far I've used these tubes of paint and


mixed them with each other and white to get them right.


I still need to tweak the flower down a notch.


Next steps 12/4/14

I used a silver pen to outline the next part. Somehow I got the first palm tree higher than it should be so from now on I'm doing a very similar painting to the shirt and not a perfect painting.



Got a good start.


I left off here for the day.





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Whenever I have looked at Tiki Bob I would think about how little it would take to turn him "more tiki".

So I did that. I started with the area below his upper lip.


I added eyelids.


Using a wet brush I sealed them and smoothed them to Bob's face.


I started carving out and shaping the mouth.


With the features finished I outlined the face.


I used a vegetable peeler to carve in deep lines like a Witco Tiki.


Then a wire brush to add more fine lines.


All done and posing.





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Off to work, Wendy


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RVICTOR
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Posted: 2014-12-04 4:01 pm   Permalink

Wendy,
I never wanted a Tiki Bob until I saw yours. If wish list #5 is closed can I be put on the waiting list for wish list #6?

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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2014-12-04 4:42 pm   Permalink

RVICTOR do you want a Tiki Bob that I have already made or do you have a specific idea? I'll sneak you onto the Wish List since you posted here. Wendy
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hang10tiki
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Posted: 2014-12-04 6:23 pm   Permalink

Rvictor- you will love it
Trust me


Wendy- Like the new TIKI Bob

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Posted: 2014-12-04 9:43 pm   Permalink

Waiting to see all the new Bobs bisqued and glazed..... sigh.

Wendy, are you and Dan still heading down to the Tiki Marketplace this weekend? Unfortunately I'm not being able to make it- though if you decide to keep driving south a bit further would love to see you guys!


 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2014-12-05 2:03 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki thank you, I took a bow!

TikiAno we are so sad to miss Marketplace and seeing all of our friends. We have traveled more this year than at any time in our lives so we had to stop and take a break. I would have loved to have held Tiki Ari.

I listened and here are the photos of the first batch of Tiki Bob's. Not glazed but fired.

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The first batch of Tiki Bob's had dried and now it was time to prep them for the bisque fire.



I had barely started sanding when Dan called me to see how he was doing with cleaning out some garage shelves. This photo shows that dust particles were already reaching his work space. So he put on his face mask.


I started with the three new designs of Fogcutter mugs. These will be used to make molds. This one has 1 rim.


Two rims.


No rims.


I use water and paper towels to wipe up the mess. I try to keep the dust from the air.


Horrors. My selfie looks like a Mad Housewife on the loose.


I got them all sanded and into the shed to wait for Dan.


A few Days later he got out the compressor and dusted


them all off as I put them into the kiln one by one.


The top shelf is loaded. Not a full load but close enough.


Bisque fire completed and they all turned white.


Bottom shelf was actually loaded first. Here shows once


again the aftermath of the bisque fire which took 23.5 hours. I did a 10 hour preheat to make sure they really were dry.


Unloaded in the kiln room.


The three Fogcutter mugs.


All my glaze test strips and the two feet that Tiki Bob lost.


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There will be another batch like this one. I'm not giving these a bath and glazing until the Wish List is underway. One step at a time.

Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2014-12-06 12:14 pm   Permalink

Good Saturday Morning Tiki Friends. I've been working on the Swap Painting today. Here's my progress.

I guess I'm not trying hard enough, all my photos are washed out with light. Oh well.

I finished off the flowers and blocked in the tiki with blue paint.


Drew him with silver and then


started layering in the paint.


I stared adding more colors to the head and eyes.


Next came yellow, gray and beige.


My work space.


Stopping here for awhile.


Closer up.


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It was fun to log onto facebook and have one of the banks I sculpted be an "inspiration". Ha Ha. It was fun to have it be there.


Last night I tried to take a photo of the moon but it was so bright that you couldn't see it. I just remembered what to do, a Tiki Hula tip, but now it's too late.


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I got out my Moko book to look up some more designs for Tiki Bob. This one is spears and fish scales.


I started by carving in some rows for the designs.


All the way around.


Spears.


Fish scales.


I finished off filling all the rows and then


I choose a design for the rest of the mug.


All done and posing.











A photo without the flash shows the carving is deep.


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That's all for my Saturday posting. Now it's time to do the laundry! Cheers, Wendy







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Posted: 2014-12-07 05:07 am   Permalink

that selfie was awesomeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.....
and
the last Bob, way cool


missed you guys at Frankie's last night
6th anniv party

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Posted: 2014-12-07 7:48 pm   Permalink

hang10tiki I really debated on posting that selfie. I don't want to scare anyone away from my thread. Oh, an anniversary party at Frankie's. That's fun. Did you meet anyone there?

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I'm still working every day on the MadDogMike Hawaiian Shirt Swap painting.

I worked a lot before I remembered to take photos.



Close up.


Tree top, more clouds and I've blocked in the last tiki.


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Once again I went through my tattoo books until I found something to carve on Tiki Bob.
This time I choose to do the Shark.


I started with the center of the body so that I wouldn't have him to high or too low on the mug.


I then added the head and


then the tail.


I added waves to the rest of the mug. Time for him to pose.














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Thank you for the visits, Wendy
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