AUSTIN (KXAN) - Looks like a ghost at work, but this is really a stop motion video that carpenter Frank Howarth put together to show his process in making a couple of unique lawn chairs.
It's pretty intense to imagine how long this must have taken him, but the video takes about nine minutes to watch from start to finish.
You'll see a walking clamp and a band saw taking some dizzying turns.
Watch more from the chair in the making.
While the finished product is neat, it's safe to say that watching the process unfold was even more creative!
In case you're interested, you can even see the making of the chair-in-the-making video.
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