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Wendy Cevola 11/14/18 Behind the scenes of the tiki garage sales consequenses.
Hamo
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Posted: 28 days ago; 6:56 pm   Permalink

Glad you both were healthy enough to make the Crawl. When will we get to hear about your cruise?

 
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Posted: 28 days ago; 8:33 pm   Permalink


hang10tiki thank you for the beautiful sky photos. So lovely. I want to visit you in Las Vegas and go for a walk. What is the coolest month?

Hamo, I just got the photos all sorted out and just the best ones ready to post. First I have the hula girl goblets to share. I'm finishing them off right now and that will end the second wave of Wish List #8 projects. Then it's back to mucking in slip and clay. I've been waiting for Dan to say he's ready to lift molds for me again. Soon. Wendy


 
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Posted: 27 days ago; 2:33 pm   Permalink

Wish List #8 has had two waves where I did projects start to finish. The next four mugs I'm showing finish the second wave. Next up I will begin at the beginning by pouring mugs and setting up to make a big third wave. Some people have been waiting for me to start their projects for a year. I thank every one for hanging in there with me. As I age I have to go slower so I don't break down. I came close to carpal tunnel surgery earlier this year and now I have upper back cramps that cause shoulder pain. I will just go slower and eventually I will get most projects done. Sometimes they are beyond my skill set but I do try.

Here I will show some of the glazing steps for four hula girl goblets. For Nelson Osorio, Jay Robinson, Eric Allred and Mary Ann Edwards. This has not been easy and I do not plan to make more after I finish these four. They are far too hard. You'll see why.

Four to go. How hard could that be?


three need bright white interiors the last one will be orange.


Two are brown coconuts, one is green and one is tapa cloth. I covered the girls with a wet paper towel to avoid spots.


Next I flip it over and keep on going.


Two brown coconuts done and now it's


time to do the green coconut. Three layers of glaze.


Next it was time to do the tapa cloth. I decided to experiment.


First I filled in the impressions with dark brown. All the glazes for these mugs are Duncan CN glazes except the outside of the coconuts, that is a CY glaze called Iron Ore.


Done and I let it dry before going on.


Next I put on a layer of off white with specs of dark brown.


When this dried I wiped on a small amount of brown glaze to age it.


I forgot to take photos of doing the inside of the mug orange but it has been done. Next I painted orange glaze over the raised parts of the mug.


Before it dried I took a wire brush and pulled it through the wet glaze. I'm hoping for an aged effect.


This was a few days work and now they sit to totally dry before I start again.


It's good to be back to work. Wendy


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Posted: 26 days ago; 7:10 pm   Permalink

More steps for the Wish List #8 Hula Girl Goblets.

These are so hard to glaze. Not only are you doing the front but you have to paint the sides and the backsides. Trying to get a brush behind each girl is a challenge.

Using a wet brush I remove glaze that has gone where I do not want it to go.


I do the center of the hair and then go back and do the edges around in the face and on her chest.


No explanation needed!


Each glaze is three layers and then on top of that goes the decoration.














One step at a time. Thank you for the visit. Wendy


 
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Posted: 26 days ago; 7:37 pm   Permalink

Coldest month is December
Brrrrrrr

Lookin good


 
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Posted: 25 days ago; 07:32 am   Permalink

hang10tiki is 80 degrees cold for you? I know it's cold at night will it be warm during the day?
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Wish List #8 continues as I glaze the four hula girl goblets. One step at a time.

I had the wishers pick out the skin tones for their girls.











Each time I did a layer I would then take the mug outside to dry so I could continue on.


Into the kiln. I just decided to pay the electric bill and to fire with a mostly empty kiln. These are the last projects on this wave so I need to get them done so I can begin again with clay and sculpting.


Fired.


Out of the kiln I found a glaze skip. So I will go over the mug and improve it and fire again.


The tea leaf skirt had many surfaces to glaze.


I would do the top and then the underside.


Glaze would go onto the skin and I would scrap it back off and


then do more skin layers.


Then the skin glaze would get on the leaves and I would have to touch them up. There must be a better way to do this.


Next the waist band. I painted one color and then wiped it off leaving it in the indentations.


Then I painted one by one the little raised areas.


Then I did the skin.


Now it was time to start the next woman. At the same time I have to protect all the glazing on the other parts.


Pineapples were requested for one skirt. For finer detail I decided to cut into the glaze layer and to


remove it. Glaze on top of glaze can spread. I hoped this would stop that from occurring.


I filled in and


added detail. I hope it works.


Done and ready to fire when


it is 100% dry.



These take a week each to glaze. So many parts and so many layers. Wendy

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Wish List #8. The many many many steps of glazing the hula girl goblets continues.


If you find one spot that must be done then fine tune the entire mug.





The mug for Nelson Osorio is done again. I'll set it aside and check it later. Now I need


to check the green coconut mug for Mary Ann Edwards out of the kiln for the first time. There's a big skip on the outside.


Then here and there I found tiny skips.


I will be re-glazing and firing this mug. So far that's been what happens with these mugs.


So I touched up every spot I could improve and set it aside until time to fire.






This third mug is for Eric Allred.















I'm finally starting on the last goblet which is for Jay Robinson. He requested natural grass colors.
























Until next time the story of the four goblets continues. Wendy


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Posted: 24 days ago; 9:21 pm   Permalink

I'm glad you're getting close to the end of this Wish List (especially since it means you're getting closer to my wish), but sorry to hear that the hula girl goblets are so difficult (especially since my next idea if you do another Wish List involves hula girls...).

 
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Posted: 23 days ago; 09:11 am   Permalink

Oh Hamo I'm no where near the end of the Wish List #8. I'm just at the end of the second wave. I have 43 projects left to go and 44 on the waiting list in case I do another Wish List. However I'm waiting on Dan to get his groove back. So far I haven't gotten him into the garage to pour mugs for me. So right now I'm doing what's possible. When I start the clay again you are number one and the third wave! Dan has jury duty. So far he's not been called in. He swears he'll get his mojo working next week. Wendy

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Wish List #8 the saga of the four hula girl goblets continues.

Two mugs are fired for the first time and the green coconut is touched up and fired again.


All done. Time to inspect the four mugs to see how they are doing.


After an inspection it was time to glaze again. More touch up for the green coconut mug.




Wow now that's big glaze skip. This area has to be scrubbed and rinsed well before glazing or the dust will just do this again.


I have no idea where a glob stuck on the side of the hair came from but


I got my face mask, eye protection, ear protection and the dremmel ready to go.


I ground off the glob.


It's all removed and washes and rinsed and ready to be glazed again.


If you do one spot you do all the rest that need fine tuning.








I finished the last mug and when they were all dry they went into the kiln.


I opened the kiln but as I lifted them out I did not inspect them.


They were put on the nook table until we return from a trip. I didn't want to think about them until we returned.


I will continue this story tomorrow. The trip photos to be posted after this wave of the Wish List is done posting.

Thank you for watching, Wendy


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Wish List #8. Some projects just require more time than they should. When I did the first one I didn't keep track of the time because I was learning how to make this mug. But now I realize these take far too much time but they are almost worth it.

So we returned from our trip. After two and a half months of PT and then a vacation I'm feeling good enough to face all the re-glazing all four of the mugs still required. Here's just one of them. I didn't actually start for a couple of weeks because I caught a bad cold at the very end of our trip.


Back into the kiln for a third firing for all four mugs.


All cool and ready to once again do my inspection. Are they done??? Can you spot my grievous error?


Yep, the one time I didn't check because there's so little in the kiln I had two mugs touching. Horrors!


I am not happy but at least I found my own face mask.


So now the dremmel is put back to work.


I grind off the glaze.


I grind it until I've exposed the clay underneath.


I glaze it with the same glaze again.


Then it's time to do it with the green coconut.


This is such a smooth surface that there may


still be a defect after it is fired.


Then I put on layers of the same glaze.


I always run my hands over each mug feeling for any glaze that has cracks. You can feel them as well as see them. I used a needle to pop off some glaze. Then I sanded this area and washed it well.


Then I re-glazed it.


After careful inspection only two of the four required a fourth re-glaze and firing. I'm not going to stick them together.


The area on the coconut where I did the repair is invisible but the defect on the coconut shows. Can't fix everything.


Next I noticed that there is a separation of glaze on the forehead. It was in a U shape so it wouldn't pop off. One end was stable.


I corrected this by using enamel as a glue and just elongated the bangs. I think this mug just got a price reduction. I will discuss it with the wisher.


Once I had all the mugs fired and the faces painted on after 24 hours I bake them in the home oven to set the enamel paint.


All done, fancy photos tomorrow. Cheers, Wendy
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On 2018-10-23 09:11, danlovestikis wrote:
Oh Hamo I'm no where near the end of the Wish List #8. I'm just at the end of the second wave. I have 43 projects left to go and 44 on the waiting list in case I do another Wish List. e'll get his mojo working next week.


Then congrats on being a third or halfway done. Wow—you deserve another vacation....


 
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Hamo I need another vacation. Dan swears he'll help me next week with pouring mugs. How tall and wide is your wish?

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Wish List #8. I have finished to the best of my ability the four Hula Girl Goblets. Here they are.



This is for Mary Ann Edwards.


























This one is for Eric Allred.



















This one is for Nelson Osorio.




















This one is for Jay Robinson.


















Next up will be my well scheduled break. I finished 2 1/2 months of Pt for shoulder pain that really came from my back. Too many HUGE volcanos lifted. This was followed by a 15 day cruise in sweltering heat. We were in a kiln and I even was in a room with a furnace. I will tell the story. Please stay tuned, Wendy



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Posted: 19 days ago; 6:25 pm   Permalink

Amazing Wendy
Amazing


 
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Posted: 18 days ago; 09:25 am   Permalink

hang10tiki your comment is much appreciated. Thank you and thank everyone who takes the time to talk to me.

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I took a friend to all his appointments and surgeries (two) at UCD Medical Center.

At one appointment to see the oncologist I spied something on the check-in desk.


I went closer.


Yep I found a Tiki Farm mug in the wild.


But even better than that the hero surgeon removed all the cancer that was caused by smoking.
Unfortunately he will not stop this habit so I'll be seeing this mug again and it most
likely will not be good news the next time.

Working in diagnostic imaging I saw patients as young as 36 with non-operable lung cancer.


Wishing you all a good day. Wendy

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We took a Panama Canal cruise with Celebrity Cruise Line. Ove the next few days I will share our adventure.

There are three types of cruises. One where the temperature is just right, one where it's too cold and one where it's too hot.

This trip would be a new category, way tooooooooo hot and humid. The ship we were on was called the Infinity and it was a smaller ship. This is the main dining room.


I wore a pony tail most of the time and we stayed indoors to avoid the heat.


It's hard not to search for tikis everywhere you go. The closest I came was to their brand of coffee.


I would cover part of the name and feel right at home. Except I don't drink coffee, this was Dan's cup.


We arrived at Cabo San Lucas and had a good view of the arch. We didn't get off the ship and that night we sailed away.


We arrived at Puerto Vallarta and again too hot and humid to get off the ship when we knew this city already.


That night we sailed away again.


For entertainment that evening we saw a fellow from America's Got Talent.


One more day on board in air-conditioning and then it's time to get off the ship.


Every day we draw closer to the Panama Canal. Wendy

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