Made From 3,500+ COLORED Pencils (Part 3)

Made From 3,500+ COLORED Pencils (Part 3)



previously on part one in today's project pretty aggressive little guy right here fly on swift wings My Fair Prince now onto part three I'm skipping part two how won't they as do we all Michael but first I'd like to thank today's sponsor nor DPN be easy to download app which protects you from stinky douchebags trying to steal your information online more about them later but first get ready for a whole buttload of in continuity okay the moment has arrived where you find out what will be coming out of the buckets and for those of you who aren't duty in your head it's going to be colored pencils in fact these colored pencils he looks concerned he's probably concerned a lot about you actually so somehow we got to turn all of these into dadgummit is way less dramatic I was hoping for good so I need to glue them up into this shape and then carve them it is actually based off of real fluid dynamics and the way I got the reference material in order to make that drawing was well I threw lots of buckets of water a lot of them throw after throw after throw over and over until I finally got the right one the one to rule them off went slowly over the footage to get just the right frame and then trace the outline of that onto a piece of paper blew it up Giganta Tron and paint print it off the pages and tape them all together that leads us to where we are now in order to get this party started what I think we need to do is I bought some foam board in fact come with me I'll show you you like it that took like shoehorns this stuff which is just regular insulation foam board they could get at your local big box store what I plan on doing is I'm gonna cut out pieces of it with foam and just stack them up that way that the pencils will be on time what this thing is is well it's a big chunk of styrofoam but there's a purpose to it see all this area right here that is what the styrofoam will be filling in it will be acting as a surface for me to glue the pin sails onto so I'm gonna cut it out on this line that I've drawn and then all the pencils will basically stack on top of this since I can't really glue the pencils just hanging out into thin air and I don't want to just well waste all of this space with pencils so that's what this is for let's see if this works I have no idea if it will but you probably do cuz you've seen the thumbnail I wish I could just look into the future and see if it sucks or not Who am I kidding I'm Bobby do guards I have no idea what I'm doing okay we are finally finally done gluing up all the pencils as you can see here it feels so good so the next step is to encase this whole thing in resin but in order to do that I need to shore up these edges and I think I'm going to use some cardboard but I also need something here so that all the resin just doesn't slip out all onto the table and mess things up by the way if you haven't noticed I'm wearing a wound shirt I've got mugs t-shirts and hoodies in t-shirts mugs and hoodies also kids sizes so make sure you get your little dukey's a shirt back to this I need to put some kind of bull bar or Ebay barrier border that's about um's that way done like I said run out onto the table so we need to get some stuff at the store to do that let's go Oh oh well that was weird enough shenanigans what we have going on is this come over here I'll show you what I'm talking about this is how we have it at the moment sealed up with paper and hot glue I have this tape right here that when I pour the resin it doesn't want to like peel away or anything like that it's just for more support the next step is to well pour the resin I'm also going to be doing this in multiple pours it's not all gonna be done it won't my very good friends over at total boat hooked me up with some really good resin today two to one epoxy with the slow hardener this is not sponsored but they did send me this for free go check them out total boat thank you now let's pour some resin okay this is the situation that we have it at the moment it kind of looks just like a pile of trash right now and that's what's so crazy about art is it's all about the end product especially like the cups and the rubber glove so you may be wondering why I initially set this thing up to where it was slanted well the pencils are at an angle like this I figured it would be better to let the resin run down in between them vertical gravity would help push air bubbles out I don't know if it worked better but I'd like to think it did so the next step is to start carving it first thing I'm gonna do though is just remove all the other stuff and try to get it as close to the resin and pencils as I can so let's do that I may have made a mess again Oh short there's so many dadgum bees in here well after I've done the initial carving I've noticed all of these little holes that are in between the pencils where the resin didn't fill it in so I'm having to literally go back and individually squirt resin into each one of those holes with 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you've built and have also experiences and memories that you've made those are the things to treasure and the things that truly matter also this story is not over I'm not just gonna throw away those pieces I'm going to turn it into something even cooler than what it started out as so be sure to subscribe if you want to see what I make out of that also I'm going to be at VidCon this year I'm not a feature creator but I'm an invited guest and I totally want to meet you guys I will be doing a pop-up meet-and-greet I don't know the exact time in place so be sure to follow me on Twitter because I will be tweeting my location and how you guys can come and say hi to me and give me a high five one last thing thank you so much to brandon cunningham he's the photographer that helped me with the in sequence he was there taking pictures and some video amazing photographer go check him out on instagram at snap judgment photo Thank You Brandon so without further ado I have one thing to say to all of you and that is your breath [Laughter]

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