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Astounding stop-motion pumpkin animation was years in the making

Every Halloween, people turn toward the humble pumpkin as their canvas of creative expression, with especially spectacular results coming from those who really care about the seasonal craft. And every once in a while, somebody comes along and raises the pumpkin-carving game to a whole new level.

This year, that recognition has to go to designer and YouTuber Sean Ohlenkamp. He and his team made the stop-motion pumpkin carving video below, and if it looks like it took an enormous amount of effort and a couple of years to make, that’s because it did.

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