Preserving a FRESH Rose in Solid Resin… Will it rot?

Evan and Katelyn
8 Mar 202422:47

Summary

TLDRIn a DIY project inspired by 'Beauty and the Beast,' Evan and Katelyn attempt to preserve a fresh rose in resin, facing challenges such as air bubbles and the delicate nature of the flower. They use a glass dome for a more elegant presentation and experiment with 3D printing to suspend the rose. Despite setbacks like a cracked glass dome and the rose's stem rotting, they successfully create a unique, gothic-style preserved rose with a wireless, color-changing light feature, showcasing their creativity and the beauty of imperfection.

Takeaways

  • 🌹 The video is about preserving a rose in resin, inspired by the movie 'Beauty and the Beast'.
  • πŸŽ₯ The creators faced challenges such as air bubbles, suspending the rose, and using a fresh rose instead of a dried one.
  • πŸ’‘ They used a glass dome as the base for the preserved rose, opting for a fancier look over the official Disney plastic version.
  • πŸ€– A 3D printed stand was created to hold the rose in place during the resin pouring process.
  • 🧊 To slow down the curing process and prevent bubbles, the rose was placed in a pressure pot filled with ice water.
  • 🚫 An unexpected issue occurred when an ice cube was accidentally dropped into the resin, causing a mess and the need for cleanup.
  • πŸ” After nine days, the rose was removed from the pressure pot, revealing that the stem had started to rot but the leaves were well-preserved.
  • πŸ’» The creators used a CNC machine to cut a hole in the base for embedding a light, which added to the aesthetic of the final product.
  • 🎨 A new colorway of their floral design was released, featuring muted oranges, blues, and yellows.
  • πŸ† Despite the challenges and the time investment, the DIY preserved rose was deemed superior in aesthetics and quality compared to the store-bought version.
  • πŸ•°οΈ A time-lapse camera was set up to monitor any changes in the preserved rose over time.

Q & A

  • What is the main challenge the creators are trying to overcome in the video?

    -The main challenge is preserving a fresh rose in resin, similar to the one in 'Beauty and the Beast,' without using magic and dealing with the potential for air bubbles and the need to suspend the rose upside down without touching the edges.

  • What did the creators learn from their previous experience with embedding a pumpkin in resin?

    -They learned that pouring all the resin at once in a massive pour can prevent oxygen from rotting the organic material, which is a technique they previously applied to a pumpkin.

  • Why did the creators choose to use a glass dome instead of the plastic one from the official Disney version?

    -They chose a glass dome because they believed it would be fancier and more aesthetically pleasing than the plastic version.

  • How did the creators plan to suspend the rose inside the glass dome?

    -They planned to use 3D printing technology to create a holder that would keep the rose perfectly centered and suspended upside down within the glass dome.

  • What was the issue with the official Disney preserved rose that the creators critiqued?

    -The creators critiqued the clear stalk of the official Disney preserved rose, noting that it should have been green and that it looked like the wrong plastic was used.

  • What was the purpose of placing the resin-encased rose in a bucket of ice water?

    -The purpose was to slow down the curing process of the resin to prevent thermal runaway and potential damage to the delicate rose petals.

  • What unexpected issue occurred when the creators released the pressure from the pressure pot?

    -When they released the pressure, ice cubes were trapped under the resin-encased rose, and water got into the resin, which could potentially affect the curing process and the final product.

  • How did the creators address the issue of the rose stem rotting after the resin was poured?

    -They decided to cut the stem after the resin had cured and then seal it immediately with UV resin to prevent further leakage and rotting.

  • What was the final outcome of the preserved rose project?

    -The final outcome was a preserved rose encased in resin with a glass dome, which had a unique, gothic aesthetic. However, they discovered that the glass had cracked, likely due to the expansion of the resin.

  • What did the creators compare their DIY preserved rose to the official Disney version in terms of aesthetics, functionality, and time?

    -They compared their DIY rose in terms of aesthetics, functionality, and time spent on the project. They concluded that their version was superior in aesthetics and functionality, but the official Disney version would win in terms of time as it was ready to use immediately.

Outlines

00:00

🌹 Preserving a Rose in Resin

The video begins with the hosts discussing their project to preserve a rose in resin, inspired by 'Beauty and the Beast.' They plan to use a glass dome as the base and 3D print a holder for the rose. The process involves suspending the rose upside down and pouring resin into the dome. They encounter challenges such as bubbles and the need to keep the rose from touching the edges. The hosts also compare their project to a commercially available version and discuss the importance of using a real flower for their project.

05:02

🧊 Ice Water and Resin Curing

The hosts pour the resin thicker than recommended and place the glass dome in a bucket of ice water to slow down the curing process. They discuss the potential risks of thermal runaway and the importance of not letting the resin cure too long to prevent rotting. They also address the issue of an ice cube getting trapped in the resin and the need to remove it carefully. The hosts then proceed to cut a hole in the base to embed a light and discuss the challenges of centering the design.

10:03

🌨️ Unveiling the Preserved Rose

After nine days, the hosts remove the preserved rose from the pressure chamber. They discuss the potential effects of the ice water on the resin and the possibility of bubbles or rot. They find that the rose has a cool, icy appearance and note that the stem is starting to rot. Despite the unexpected outcome, they appreciate the unique aesthetic of their 'Goth Beauty and the Beast' creation. They also discuss the importance of sealing the stem with UV resin to prevent further leakage.

15:04

🎨 Final Touches and Comparison

The hosts add a final layer of resin to level the base and fully seal the rose. They discuss the challenges of maintaining the levelness of the resin and the need to avoid movement during the curing process. They express excitement about the final result and compare their DIY project to the commercial version, highlighting the superior aesthetics and functionality of their creation. They also discuss the potential for the preserved rose to change over time and plan to document these changes with a time-lapse video.

20:08

πŸ•°οΈ Time Lapse and Preservation

The hosts reflect on the time and effort invested in the project, including the waiting period for the resin to cure and the various stages of planning and execution. They compare the quality, aesthetics, and functionality of their preserved rose to the commercial version, concluding that their DIY project wins in these categories. However, they acknowledge that the commercial version would have been a faster option. They also discuss the unexpected cracking of the glass dome, possibly due to the expansion of the resin, and plan to continue documenting the preservation process.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Resin

Resin is a synthetic or natural polymer that is used as a solidifying agent in various applications, including art and preservation. In the video, the creators use resin to preserve a rose, highlighting its reliability over magic. The process involves embedding the rose in resin, which then hardens to create a lasting, transparent keepsake.

πŸ’‘Preservation

Preservation refers to the act of maintaining something in its original or existing state. In the context of the video, the main goal is to preserve the rose's beauty, similar to the enchanted rose in 'Beauty and the Beast'. The creators face challenges such as air bubbles and the delicate nature of the rose, which must be suspended upside down during the resin pouring process.

πŸ’‘3D Printing

3D printing is a process of creating three-dimensional objects from a digital file. It involves adding material layer by layer until the object is complete. In the video, 3D printing is used to create a support structure for the rose, allowing it to be suspended in the glass dome during the resin pouring. This showcases the integration of modern technology in a creative project.

πŸ’‘Curing

Curing is the process by which a material, such as resin, hardens or sets into a solid form. In the video, the curing process is carefully managed to avoid bubbles and ensure a clear, smooth finish. The creators even use a pressure pot to cure the resin, which helps to remove air bubbles and achieve a professional result.

πŸ’‘Aesthetics

Aesthetics refers to the visual or artistic appeal of an object or scene. The video emphasizes the importance of aesthetics in DIY projects, as the creators strive to create a more visually appealing and 'classy' version of the preserved rose compared to the commercially available one. The final product's appearance, including its color and texture, is a testament to their attention to aesthetics.

πŸ’‘Functionality

Functionality pertains to the practical use or purpose of an object. In the video, the creators discuss the functionality of their preserved rose, which includes being wireless and having remote-controlled color changing capabilities. This aspect differentiates their DIY project from the store-bought version, which lacks these features.

πŸ’‘Post Cure Bulge

Post cure bulge is a phenomenon where a cured object, like a resin casting, expands slightly after the curing process, potentially causing the container or mold to crack or bulge. In the video, the creators observe this effect when the glass dome housing their preserved rose cracks, likely due to the expansion of the resin as it cures.

πŸ’‘Squarespace

Squarespace is an all-in-one website building platform that is mentioned as a sponsor in the video. The creators use Squarespace as an example of how technology can simplify the process of creating a professional online presence, which is relevant to the video's theme of combining technology with creativity.

πŸ’‘RGB Lighting

RGB lighting refers to a lighting system that can produce a range of colors by combining red, green, and blue light. In the video, the creators incorporate RGB lighting into their preserved rose project, allowing them to change the color of the light and add a dynamic element to their creation.

πŸ’‘DIY (Do It Yourself)

DIY stands for 'Do It Yourself' and refers to the act of creating, modifying, or repairing something without the assistance of professionals. The video is a celebration of DIY culture, as the creators take on the challenge of preserving a rose themselves, using various tools and techniques to achieve a unique and personalized result.

πŸ’‘Time Lapse

Time lapse is a photographic technique that captures a series of images at regular intervals, which are then played back at a faster speed to show the progression of events over time. The creators mention using a time lapse to document the changes in their preserved rose over time, which would provide insight into the long-term effects of the preservation process.

Highlights

Attempting to preserve a rose in resin, inspired by 'Beauty and the Beast'.

Using resin instead of magic to preserve the rose.

Previous success with embedding a pumpkin in resin.

Challenges of embedding a rose, including crevices and air bubbles.

The decision to use a fresh rose instead of a dried one for the challenge.

Comparing their project to an officially licensed Disney preserved rose.

The issue with the clear stalk of the Disney rose, which should be green.

The plan to suspend the rose in a glass dome and pour resin.

The original glass dome was too tall and had to be replaced.

Using 3D printing to create a holder for the rose.

The rose is placed in a pressure pot to pour the resin slowly due to its delicate petals.

The resin is thicker than usual, and they use ice water to slow down the curing process.

The rose looks like ice after being preserved in resin.

The rose stem starts to rot after being preserved.

The final preserved rose has a goth aesthetic, described as 'Beauty and the Goth'.

The preserved rose is compared to the official Disney version, with the DIY version winning in aesthetics and functionality.

The glass dome cracks after the resin is fully cured, possibly due to the resin expanding.

Transcripts

00:01

Today we are gonna be trying to preserve a rose,

00:02

like from the movie "Beauty and the Beast,"

00:04

but instead of using magic, which is notoriously unreliable,

00:07

we're gonna be using resin,

00:08

which is slightly more reliable.

00:10

Get down there.

00:12

Oh my god, whoa.

00:14

It's like steaming.

00:15

Oh my gosh, Katelyn.

00:16

Yeah, we've had some success

00:18

embedding organic things in resin before.

00:21

A few months ago we did a pumpkin

00:22

and we poured all the resin at once in one massive pour

00:26

to prevent oxygen from rotting him,

00:28

but I think doing a rose is gonna present some

00:30

interesting challenges.

00:32

For one, there are a lot of crevices

00:35

and places for air bubbles to get stuck in.

00:37

Two, we're gonna have to find some way

00:39

to suspend this upside down

00:41

with it not actually touching any of the edges.

00:44

And three, we could have made this so much easier

00:47

if we had have used a dried rose.

00:50

That's what people normally do,

00:51

if they're embedding flowers in resin, it's dried.

00:53

You can just buy them.

00:54

You can, yeah.

00:56

But we want a challenge.

00:57

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01:00

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01:02

They actually sell an officially licensed

01:06

Disney Beauty and the Beast (TM) preserved rose thingy.

01:10

So we thought we'd look at that

01:12

to see if there's any inspiration we can pull.

01:18

Ta da.

01:22

You know, I don't think it's that bad.

01:24

You think it's bad?

01:26

I really don't like the clear, clear stalk right there.

01:28

Clear, oh, you're right, yeah.

01:29

The, it's supposed to be green.

01:31

It's supposed to be green.

01:32

KATELYN: I think they injected the wrong plastic on ours.

01:34

EVAN: They injected the wrong plastic.

01:35

[Katelyn They injected a white clear plastic

01:36

instead of the green plastic.

01:38

You don't want to be like this.

01:41

Yeah, that's a little lame.

01:43

Does it light up?

01:44

It's supposed to light up.

01:47

Touch activated off and on.

01:52

You wanna open the battery compartment?

01:56

It's not, you need to keep it plugged in.

02:01

It's USB powered.

02:03

Oh, well let's plug it in, let's see.

02:05

No, I do like the fallen petals.

02:07

Should we rip some petals off to embed at the bottom?

02:10

We could consider it.

02:11

But you know what?

02:12

That sends the wrong message.

02:14

Resin would never, resin would never drop those petals.

02:17

Yeah, resin would never.

02:20

Let's see, ready?

02:24

KATELYN: Okay.

02:30

I think we can do better than that.

02:31

Also, ours will be a real flower.

02:37

All right, so the general plan

02:39

is to use this as the base of the whole thing.

02:43

Now this is a glass dome we bought

02:45

because we thought it'd be fancier than the plastic

02:47

of the official Disney version.

02:48

This is disgusting.

02:49

KATELYN: The plan is to suspend the rose

02:51

and pour resin directly into the glass dome.

02:53

MALE: Whoop, pretty simple plan.

02:55

At this point, I'm like,

02:56

is this even a video?

02:57

Is it too easy?

02:59

Don't say that.

03:00

Stuff has already gone wrong you don't even know about.

03:04

Oh no.

03:05

This wasn't the original vase.

03:07

Originally, we bought a much bigger glass dome

03:09

'cause we thought that would be impressive

03:10

and easy to work with.

03:11

Do you know how I discovered

03:12

that it wasn't the right size?

03:14

KATELYN: How?

03:18

Oh no.

03:20

This was the original dome size, but it was too tall.

03:24

Man, that's a shame because it looks so much better.

03:27

Don't say that.

03:29

Don't you want a portable, a portable.

03:32

KATELYN: A pocket size rose.

03:34

It's portable.

03:37

KATELYN: Oh my gosh.

03:39

I bet that was a surprise putting it in.

03:41

I was like look, it fits, crunch.

03:46

Now putting this in here upside down

03:50

and letting go would be a bad idea.

03:52

But you know, one thing that I can do

03:55

to make this stand upright and be secure?

03:57

3D printing something.

04:01

We have technology.

04:03

(upbeat music)

04:12

It's so pretty.

04:13

It's a rocket ship.

04:16

Ta da, how are we gonna hold the rose

04:19

perfectly centered and everything?

04:21

3D printing.

04:23

We should be able to place that there.

04:26

Slide the rose in here.

04:28

KATELYN: And then we hot glue it.

04:32

I think that's gonna work.

04:34

You're doing great.

04:35

Dry, dry, dry, dry.

04:36

It's hot, it's hot, it's hot, it's hot.

04:38

You did touch it, yes.

04:41

(upbeat music)

04:45

Okay, ready?

04:47

Thank goodness we're putting this in the pressure pot

04:49

because otherwise that's a lot of bubbles.

04:51

KATELYN: A lot of bubbles.

04:52

We gotta go slowly 'cause the petals are pretty delicate.

04:56

MALE: Get down there.

04:58

KATELYN: Careful.

04:59

I'm gonna leave a little bit of space at the top

05:01

so that it doesn't like weld the rose holder on

05:04

and we can finish off that last little bit

05:06

with a little bit of resin later.

05:08

We just have to hope

05:09

that little exposed bit of stem doesn't rot.

05:13

We're gonna place this in a bucket of ice water,

05:16

kind of like we did with the pumpkin in the fridge,

05:18

because we wanna slow down the curing process.

05:21

Yeah.

05:22

We've technically poured this resin

05:23

way thicker than it's supposed to be poured.

05:25

And so we don't want it to have thermal runaway and kick.

05:28

Yeah, we'll slow it down

05:29

with a little bit of a cold plunge.

05:35

We've never put water or ice in the pressure chamber.

05:38

Water's incompressible so it shouldn't change things

05:41

that much right?

05:42

Yeah, I guess.

05:46

Maybe, you know, it's a fun experiment.

05:50

Isn't that right Pascal?

05:53

I'm gonna have to dip my hands in there.

05:58

Carefully, carefully without tilting it too much.

06:01

Careful.

06:05

I hope an ice cube doesn't get trapped under it.

06:07

Oh my gosh, there's ice cubes trapped under it.

06:14

We might have to just have water in the bucket

06:16

and then carefully, by hand, place ice cubes.

06:19

But um.

06:21

KATELYN: Just grab that bucket.

06:25

I got it, I got it.

06:26

I don't want your hands wet too.

06:28

Feel like I'm not doing much here.

06:31

You're gonna emotionally support me.

06:34

How do you feel?

06:36

You okay?

06:42

All right, it's in.

06:46

Did you almost drop an ice cube in the resin?

06:52

No.

06:53

I saw you almost drop an ice cube in the resin.

07:02

Oh my god.

07:03

No, no, no, you didn't, no you didn't.

07:04

Oh my gosh, Katelyn.

07:05

Katelyn no, no.

07:07

I'll pull it out.

07:08

Wait.

07:10

It was so slippery.

07:13

It was so slippery.

07:14

Come out, geez.

07:16

I didn't mean to.

07:17

Oh man, oh man.

07:19

Now, now, oh gosh.

07:21

And there's water in there.

07:22

We're gonna have to suck that up.

07:24

KATELYN: Okay, we'll get a pipette.

07:25

This is the worst.

07:27

How about I'll place them one at a time?

07:29

Yeah, one at a time.

07:36

All right, while the resin cures,

07:37

I thought it'd be a good idea to cut a hole in this base

07:40

so I can embed this light.

07:42

Now there's a lot of ways to do it,

07:44

but I have a CNC, so let's use that.

07:48

(upbeat music)

07:58

KATELYN: Why does it sound like that?

08:04

It's a hose.

08:05

KATELYN: Oh, dang house.

08:10

Stop it.

08:17

Welcome to DJ Evans DJ Hour.

08:20

KATELYN: It's a CNC.

08:23

So Katelyn and I both verified, it was centered.

08:25

KATELYN: It was centered.

08:27

EVAN: Look at this.

08:28

KATELYN: We made center marks.

08:32

That is so not centered.

08:36

KATELYN: Is it fine though?

08:41

I mean, technically it works, it fits.

08:43

You can see here it busted through.

08:46

It was too thin there.

08:47

And all the thickness is there.

08:50

KATELYN: Do we have what, the extra glass piece?

08:53

Yes.

08:54

KATELYN: Let's grab it.

08:55

Let's put that in there.

08:59

Yeah, look at that.

09:01

Look at all this damage.

09:03

KATELYN: You hardly notice the imperfection.

09:05

You hardly notice it.

09:06

I think it'll be fine.

09:07

I think it looks lovely.

09:09

It's great.

09:10

After over a year,

09:12

we are releasing a new colorway of our popular,

09:14

words are hard floral design, woo.

09:18

This one features subtle oranges, blues, and yellows

09:21

and I like how it's sort of muted and neutral.

09:23

We really love how all of the little flowers

09:25

that Katelyn designed look,

09:26

and we hope you love the new colorway.

09:28

You can get these on tees, hoodies,

09:30

and stickers for only three weeks.

09:32

So get it now at shopevanandkatelyn.com.

09:39

So we wanted to make sure that this was fully cured.

09:43

KATELYN: Because if we unsealed it before it was cured,

09:45

all the bubbles would expand.

09:47

But we didn't fully think through

09:49

that we can't let it cure too long 'cause it's rotting.

09:54

Yeah and the bottom of the stem is still exposed to air.

09:57

So anyways, it's been nine days,

10:00

and we realized like, we should take it out.

10:02

We should take it out.

10:04

Let's do it right now.

10:05

Okay.

10:06

With some assistance from our friend.

10:08

Open wide.

10:13

This should dampen the noise.

10:18

(both laughing)

10:21

It does dampen it.

10:22

It does.

10:24

It turns it into a horrifying scream though.

10:27

Oh god, too much.

10:30

(air whooshing as pressure released)

10:36

KATELYN: I feel like we need to work on our seal.

10:42

(compressor motor running)

10:42

Oh god.

10:44

Oh, I was supplying it with infinite pressure.

10:50

He would've screamed forever.

10:55

What do you think about that little chicken?

10:57

(high pitched squeal)

11:04

It's like death metal, right?

11:06

(heavy metal music)

11:15

That will never not be funny.

11:16

That's hilarious.

11:19

So we're also about to find out

11:22

if the ice that I dropped into the resin

11:24

had any negative effect.

11:26

Did we splash resin on the outside?

11:28

Are there bubbles?

11:29

KATELYN: Are there bubbles?

11:30

Is it rotten?

11:31

Did the ice water cause something to not cure properly?

11:36

I can't tell anything.

11:38

There is goop, there is goop, there is goop.

11:42

Where's the goop?

11:43

Oh, whoa.

11:45

Oh, whoa, whoa, the rose looks like ice.

11:47

The rose looks like ice.

11:48

That's kind of cool.

11:49

KATELYN: That's cool but that.

11:50

EVAN: Look at, that looks bubbling.

11:51

It's bubbling.

11:52

KATELYN: The water.

11:54

Those bubbles are being forced out

11:56

the stem 'cause that's the weak point.

11:58

KATELYN: Yeah, that's the weak point.

12:01

Okay.

12:02

KATELYN: Okay, yeah, you can definitely tell

12:03

the stem is starting to rot.

12:06

Yep, the leaves are preserved spectacularly.

12:10

Yeah, how come the leaves look so good

12:12

and the rose look so bad?

12:15

You know, I'm still very curious

12:16

to see how this will do over time.

12:18

I think this is an interesting result.

12:20

Is it what I was hoping for?

12:23

No, not necessarily.

12:26

Oh, goopy, ew, all right.

12:32

I mean, what we got here is cool.

12:34

It's like goth Beauty and the Beast.

12:36

EVAN: Oh yes.

12:38

Beauty and the Goth.

12:40

It's a Beauty and the Goth.

12:42

The beast is goth.

12:45

EVAN: Now we're back to hooman planet.

12:48

Here we see a forest.

12:51

Just animals and their fight for survival.

12:54

Luckily as humans, we've evolved past these needs.

12:58

Don't believe me, hey penguin.

13:00

Show me your online portfolio.

13:04

Exactly, you don't have one.

13:07

Humans are better than you

13:08

because we have websites except for my wife over here.

13:12

Are you filming me for your documentary?

13:15

EVAN: She still doesn't have a website

13:16

to promote her business selling premium products.

13:19

Here we see her doing her makeup

13:21

without a worry in the world

13:22

as if she isn't in dire need of a website.

13:24

I'm kind of busy right now.

13:27

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13:28

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13:30

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13:32

Wait, really?

13:33

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13:38

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13:41

So I don't have to code.

13:43

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13:44

Any need to pay someone for maintenance?

13:45

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13:47

Any extra work to make sure it looks great

13:48

on mobile and tablet?

13:49

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13:53

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13:56

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13:58

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14:00

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14:02

Okay, so I just need to buy a domain name.

14:05

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14:07

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14:09

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14:12

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14:16

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14:17

EVAN: Wow, it's beautiful.

14:19

Finally, this human has reached her full potential

14:22

and is better than a penguin.

14:25

Now that she has a website, the world is at her fingertips.

14:31

KATELYN: After cutting the stem,

14:32

we wanted to instantly seal it with UV resin

14:35

so it would stop leaking juice.

14:36

EVAN: It was going far.

14:38

KATELYN: But I got a little overzealous with it.

14:40

EVAN: That's fine.

14:41

KATELYN: I mean, it's all resin, right?

14:42

EVAN: It's a different index of refractivity

14:45

so that dribble will show.

14:47

KATELYN: Oh, it is?

14:48

EVAN: Yep.

14:50

But it's all resin.

14:52

EVAN: There's a difference refractivity.

14:55

I thought you knew.

14:56

Why would I know, it's all resin.

14:57

EVAN: Not all resins are the same.

15:01

Well how do you know that it is?

15:03

EVAN: We've done it before.

15:04

It showed up in Meatball.

15:08

I thought you'd remember.

15:11

Meatball was over a year ago.

15:14

Despite my messy UV resin application,

15:16

we moved forward with the final layer of resin

15:18

to level at our base and fully seal in the rose.

15:23

(melodic music)

15:26

EVAN: I think that's good.

15:27

KATELYN: Okay.

15:28

You know it's covered in resin.

15:29

It's flat now.

15:30

Ooh, look at that.

15:33

I really like how this is level

15:34

where the other one wasn't level.

15:36

So we're just gonna have to be careful when we set it in.

15:39

Okay.

15:41

Not to wobble it that much.

15:46

KATELYN: Oh, geez.

15:48

(dramatic music)

15:55

Is it level?

16:02

(creaking and tapping)

16:05

All right, now this, we truly cannot move it whatsoever.

16:09

No, we leave this until we demold.

16:12

Yeah, we do not move.

16:14

(upbeat music)

16:18

Okie dokie.

16:19

Sleep tight Pascal.

16:20

Don't have a dance party in the middle of the night.

16:23

Do not.

16:24

Or any other movement types.

16:25

We have a security camera on you.

16:41

(clapping)

16:47

Where's the chicken?

16:50

(dramatic music)

16:58

Last chicken of the video.

17:00

We hope.

17:01

We hope.

17:03

(squeaking sound as pressure releases)

17:09

You think he'll blow off?

17:10

(upbeat music)

17:15

(both laughing)

17:21

(chicken cackling)

17:24

Oh he loves it.

17:25

I'm excited to see if we're done.

17:29

Yeah, hopefully the last layer we added looks good.

17:32

Yep.