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Music Video Shot Frame-By-Frame With Embroidery
This is the very impressively constructed music video for metal band Throne's song 'Tharsis Sleeps.' The whole thing was shot frame-by-frame using individually embroidered scenes. That...sounds time consuming. Thankfully, they used a computerized embroidery machine instead of a sweatshop full of grandmas like I would have. *throws walker, yells through megaphone* YOU OLD BAGS BETTER MEET YOUR QUOTA OR NOBODY'S GETTING THEIR TEETH BACK. Keep going for a couple shots of the process and the video.
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