Stop-motion artist creates Netflix intro using only yarn worth Rs 2,000

12:05 PM Apr 25, 2022 | Team Udayavani |

If you have a Netflix subscription, you will be subjected to the Netflix introduction.


The company’s shows all feature an intro montage that is accompanied by the ‘tadum’ sound.

The dark background of the enormous red ‘N’ emblem disintegrates into a rainbow of colours. It can be found in all of the studio’s original films and television shows.

The images you see on your screens are all digital. But now, using just actual effects, a stop-motion artist has recreated the intro.


On Twitter, Kevin Perry shared a short video of his work. He uploaded the entire video to YouTube, detailing the lengthy procedure that led to the final result.

The ‘N’ was made with his hands by the stop-motion artist. On a cardboard cut-out, he used only crimson and maroon yarns.

“For no reason at all, I took on the challenge of recreating the Netflix ‘tadum’ intro with YARN! Why? Because I love stop-motion and challenging myself,” Parry says in the video.

The artist claimed that putting together the various aspects of the practical intro took him three days.


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