Milk has just completed production on the BBC/Amazon’s much anticipated TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s acclaimed cult novel Good Omens.
Milk is the sole VFX vendor for the six-part series, with the work overseen by award-winning VFX supervisor and Milk co-founder JC Deguara.
Good Omens was shot in London, Oxfordshire and locations in South Africa. Equal parts humour, horror, fantasy and drama, it is written by Neil Gaiman (American Gods) who is serving as Showrunner and will launch in the UK in 2019 on Prime Video before going on to BBC Two at a later date.
David Tennant plays the demon Crowley, while Michael Sheen is the angel Aziraphale in the latest incarnation of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s fantasy – written in 1990 – in which the two lead characters join forces to prevent an apocalypse. Miranda Richardson, Michael McKean and comedian Jack Whitehall also have roles in the series.
Good Omens Milk VFX crew leads:
VFX Supervisor: Jean-Claude Deguara
VFX Producer: Jenna Powell
Onset Supervisor: David Jones
VFX Editor: Andrea Pirisi
CG Supervisor: Adrian Williams
2D Supervisor: Matias Derkacz
Animation Lead: Joe Tarrant
Environment Lead: Simon Wicker
FX Lead: James Reid
Modelling Lead: Sam Lucas
Rigging Lead: Neil Roche
Tracking Lead: Amy Felce
Paint & Roto Lead: Natalie Lacey