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Wendy Cevola 813/18 Wish List #8 a Mosaic Tiki Bob for Todd Sieber.
bamalamalu
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Posted: 2017-12-26 11:41 am   Permalink

Trampoline inside the house!! I love it.

Thanks for sharing your work all year long, this is such a fun thread.


Mele Kalikimaka!










 
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Posted: 2017-12-26 6:02 pm   Permalink

What Bam said

Love this pic
Looks like you married on of the Beatles





 
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Posted: 2017-12-26 10:57 pm   Permalink

Page 495: a year and a half, and 100 pages ago, you two had just returned from a South Pacific cruise. Expensive Moari and Tahitian art. No trampoline, but you did ride jet skis in Auckland. “Dan hated it very much.“

 
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zerostreet it's so much fun to look across at Dan wearing one of your shirts and to think of our fun Cuban meal with your family. That was such a special visit and very much appreciated.

bamalamalu Thank you for the photos. I love my Tiki Tony bird and it's fun to see another one with a santa hat, ours has a straw hat.
It's been a fun year and I'm off to a running start for next year. More fun ahead.

hang10tiki we were in high school during the ultimate music years. The year we married Staying Alive by the Bee Gee's and Disco was in full swing.

Hamo I think Dan would have liked the ride if we weren't freezing and he was so afraid his glasses would fly off and he'd be blind for the rest of the trip. I think Jet Boat rides are really fun in warm weather. I went back and looked at the photos you stopped at. I still think that Hawaii can not be beat by Tahiti or the surrounding island because they are also very tiny and lacking restaurants.

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Wish List #8 continues on with A WARNING OF NUDITY IN GREY CLAY! This wish is for Fred Ferrer. He requested that I do Hot Tub Hula Girl breasts on a Tiki Bobbette mug. Dan says to rename her Tiki Boobette.

I take a regular size Tiki Bob and convert it to a super tall Bobbette by adding clay to the bottom.


I have photos that are being rejected here so I'll just continue on.

He requested that the girl hold a mug so I made this one.


I put it in place and used some slip to glue it well and then I used a ball on a stick to make the mug opening.


Now it was time to add more clay to make the grass skirt. After I did this mug I remembered how I did the first two and they were much easier. I'll go back to the old method.


I just kept adding clay and working it into place.


This took way too many days and too much time.


It doesn't yet look good but I will continue to add clay until it does.



After a few days of adding clay and adjusting the shape it was firm enough to proceed.


I like to carve around the Bob's face. This helps to prevent runs.


Time to build the Hibiscus Flower.


Done



Time to do the lei. Addition of clay can place air pockets that will detroy the piece so I make sure that I do make any. I flatten the flowe disc before placing the next one.


Once I had all the discs placed I wanted to cement them to the mug. I used a brush and added slip around each disc.


The I turned the mug upside down and did it on the underside.


Now I added a few strands of hair.



Time to carve the detail.


All done and posing.












The sculpting took about 9 days, I hope the glazing will go faster.

Thank you all for the Christmas cheer and the visit, Wendy




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Wish List #8 progress report. I started casting for this Wish List at the beginning of summer so I could just take pieces off the shelf and go to work on each project. What I will start to share here are 6 Bumatay Mermaid bowls. Not all are spoken for at this time.

The bowl have been claimed.

#1 Alex Dulude
#2 James Dinwiddie III
#3 Lee Scott aka Tiki Lee
#4 Karen Nichols
#5 Ken Kim McCormick
#6 Waiting to hear back
#7 Roger Scott (I'm making another bowl for his wish to be just right).


When someone writes, "I want one of these bowls" but doesn't send me a personal message then I put a maybe with their names.

I will make contact to see who wants a bowl and which one and then the rest are up for grabs. The bowls can be glazed according to the buyer or when not purchased I will choose the glazes and then show them again for sale. $200 each plus shipping.


Bowl #1 may not survive firing but Alex Dulude is giving it a chanc

Each mermaid starts out without a tail fin or hair. I add these on as I go.


I have to make a hole in the bowl under the mermaid so that no air is trapped when fired.


She is attached with sticky clay (scraps from casting mixed with slip).



I cleaned and detailed four Bumatay fishes.


Then I added sticky clay (scraps from casting mixed with slip) to the backs of one fish.


Once I had all four in place I did more detailing.



I added clay to the backs of the fish heads and ran it down to the top of the bowl. Then I detailed it too.



I did some abstract wave patterns around the sides.



Here's the bowl finished (for Alex Dulude).






















I hadn't even begun to dry it outside of the plastic cover when I found it had cracked.



I cut out the cracked area with a tool and found that it hadn't gone all the way through. This was good news. So then for a day I would layer on some Magic Mend repair slip.


When I had over loaded the area and it was completely dry I removed the excess. Every day I check and so far as the bowl has been drying the crack hasn't come back. However it could when fired. So this bowl is really iffy.


I have my fingers crossed on this one. Cheers, Wendy

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Posted: 2017-12-28 5:54 pm   Permalink

Dang Wendy
These last two are awesome
Good work!!!!!!!!


 
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Posted: 2017-12-28 8:08 pm   Permalink

Page 517 is mostly Tiki Oasis 16 fun and hugs, plus a couple of bowls, including a surprise Hot Tub Hula Girl for Marina the Fire Eating Mermaid.

 
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Posted: 2017-12-28 9:47 pm   Permalink

HamO- 78 pages to go

 
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Posted: 2017-12-29 09:05 am   Permalink

hang10tiki I'm glad you like them. I never know when something will crack so I made 6 of the bowls. So far trouble with just one.

Hamo hearing your report I had flash backs of all that fun. If only I'd video'd Marina because she screamed! Her mug was a gift from a friend of hers Jen Tiki.

hang10tiki I love numbers so your report was fun too. I'll have to see how your tiki carving has been going.


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All of these Bumatay Mermaid bowls (and the next two I'll show tomorrow) have been claimed via facebook. If you are on the Wish List and want to have one of these as your wish made to order let me know. The versions I am showing here are $200 each plus shipping.



Bowl number 2 is for James Dinwiddie III.















Bowl number 3 is for Tiki Lee aka Lee Scott. He paid for me to carve woodgrain on the bowl. See the new photos below.














First I carved all of the bowl with a triangular tool.


Once it was done I went back


and used the wire tool over the same areas.



Bowl number 4. This one is for Karen Nichols.












All four bowls together.






Two more yet to come. Cheers, Wendy



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6 of them
Wow
Awesome


 
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Fun day with a stop at Frankie’s





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hang10tiki you two kids have so much fun. You must know that the draw to Las Vegas is no longer the Buffets. Instead it's getting to visit you two and to see all your new tikis and room and backyard additions. Hopefully one day you'll show up here.

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All the bowls are spoken for right now. Here are the last two in-progress and finished.

Bowl number 5 is for Ken Kim McCormick.

Each mermaid out of the mold looks like this. No hair and the middle and end of the tail are missing. I did this so I could mold it and then also so I could change it.


I finish the tail and then


the hair. For this one I added some rocks at the base.


I sealed her into the bowl with sticky clay and


Then I added the Bumatay and detailed them with a wire brush.
















For bowl number 6 I decided to do a change. I cast a sheet of my sea life necklaces and


cleaned them up. I chose some for the bowl and then


cleaned up the rest and added holes for the chord. These necklaces are available.








Before the tune up.


After the detailing is done.


Two together each a bit different.



Bowl number 6 is a Mermaid with sea life. No Bumatay on the outside of the bowl. It belongs to Eric Alred.

I start as always cleaning a mermaid cast and then adding the hair and


then the tail.


Sealed into the bowl with sticky clay. Then I added Puffers, a turtle and some sea shells. These are also stuck with sticky clay.























All six together and slowly drying under plastic in the garage.






Two days left until I officially start on the Wish List #8. I have a good head start. Even making the binder is a long process.

Cheers, Wendy

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During my time off from the tiki projects I caught up on a few other projects. Here's the first one. I rescued another shell lamp.


I gather all the supplies I will need. Elmer's wood putty, sandpaper, brushes, paints, water, and thick hobby glue.


I use a stiff brush and water to clean out all the dust from the nooks and crannies.


Then I fill all the cracks with the wood putty.





Once it is dry I sand it wearing face mask.


There were some broken shells and I just removed them down to the base.


I mixed acrylic paint and touched up over all the areas that I had puttied.



Usually after being washed the large shell looks good. This time it looked stained and icky. So I got out a ceramic paint and went to work.












Using big globs of thick glue I just find what shells will fit into each nook and cranny. It's so much fun. Before man all the beaches were covered in shells.











The last area to be covered.


All done. Photos with a flash and then without a flash.


















I would love to see any lamps that you have enhanced posted here.
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Two more "saves" of chipped art.

The hula girl mug is a favorite mug of Dan's because he was born in 1952 and the mug was made that year. He accidentally chipped the flower in her hair. At a thrift store I found a Treasure Craft fish for $3.00 and I knew I could fix the chips so I bought it and brought it home.


I started by filling the chips with Elmer's Wood Filler. I let it dry and filled again.


Once the areas were overfilled and dry I sanded each area into shape.


The Raw Umber is the Treasure Craft color for brown repairs.


To get the right color for the flower I mixed these paints together.


Once the paint was dry I sealed it with this spray fix in Matte which is flat and not shiny.


Here are the two 66 year old mugs!


There's the bottom of the mug to prove it.


Butt Dan would only let me show you a replica of his bottom!


The mug went back in place. Below is one similar (the lei is hung differently) but has nothing on the bottom to say the year. Knockoff?


He worked the fish onto another shelf.


I'm done with repairs for now. Hopefully 2018 will be a damage free year. Cheers, Wendy

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During my time off I came up with an idea for a mug. I ended up with a coincidence which made it all the more fun.

I cleaned up a fogcutter mug to use.


I prepped a petroglyph turtle aka Honu.


I attached it to the mug with sticky clay (clay mixed with slip).


I decided that it would be a necklace so I made the chord. Once attached with sticky clay I then ran slip along the up side.


I flipped over the mug and ran the slip bottom side.


I smoothed it with my fingers and a brush.


Now I wanted to add the name of the fictional bar to the mug. Turtle House but written as Honu Hale.


This was done along the chord.


Then Dan comes down to see how the mug is going and says that's wrong. It needs to be Hale Honu just like how the name for the volcano in Maui is said. So I mushed out the names and did them again. I kept thinking but the volcano in Maui is one word isn't it?


The next day I did my super-carving step all over the mug.











Later that night I went through all my books waiting to be read. I selected a Michael Connelly book. The detective in the book said she could see the Maui volcano from her home as she grew up. Right before my eyes was the spelling for the volcano.


So much fun when this happens. I had 50 books to choose from and I picked this one! Cheers, Wendy


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