Midnight Texas VFX Breakdown by Goodbye Kansas Studios

Midnight Texas VFX Breakdown by Goodbye Kansas Studios


Midnight Texas is an American drama series based on the books by Charlaine Harris (of “True Blood” fame) and is directed by Niels Arden Oplev – director of “Mr Robot”. The story is set in the remote Texan town Midnight, where no one is who they seem.  From vampires and witches to psychics and hit men, Midnight is a mysterious safe haven for those who are different. And as the town members fight off outside pressures from rowdy biker gangs, ever-suspicious cops and their own dangerous pasts, they band together and form a strong and unlikely family.

Our Stockholm and London studios worked together on this project, delivering VFX to two episodes of the first season. This is a VFX breakdown of how we solved some shots in ep 4, involving a rather wicked witch in great need of a dentist.


VFX Supervisor: Jesper Kjölsrud  
VFX producer: Linda Öhlund
VFX Executive Producers: Martin Hobbs, Claes Dietmann
Compositing Lead: Daniel Norlund
FX Lead: Filip Orrby
Rigging: Jimmy Johansson, Agnes Lindsten
Animation: Jonathan Skifs, Raoul Cacciamani, Rickard Engqvist
3D-artists: Jacob Moilanen, Anders Nyman, Erik Hallberg, Gustav Alexandersson, Joel Sundberg
L/R: Rodrigo Vivedes, Erika Johansson, Sean Kalamgi, 
FX-artists: Filip Orrby, Simon Rainersson, Joakim Matsson
Compositing artists: Daniel Norlund, Mattias Sandelius, Max Wester, Sven Ahlström, Tim Harrysson, Liz Lyons, Fredrik Höglin, Robin Zeijlon, Denys Holovyanko, Hannah Myllyoja, Zebastian Lilja, Liv Malmström, Mattias Sihvo
Mattepainting Artists: Mikael Eriksson, Teo Mathlein
Conform/VFX editor: Henrik Klein

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