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Goodbye Kansas Creates ‘Skull and Bones’ Cinematic Trailer

Jan Cafourek, Emnet Mulugeta and Henrik Eklundh share insights on the challenges of showing a hero’s journey and rags to riches story while hinting at the larger scope of the game’s world.

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How Goodbye Kansas Created Killer Drones and Skeletal Warriors for ‘Alex Rider’

The VFX studio was instrumental in balancing realism with fantastical elements in the IMDb TV teen spy series’ second season; check out the breakdown reel.

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Goodbye Kansas Pokes Fun at Games in ‘Outer Worlds 2’ Trailer

By Dan Sarto | Thursday, March 31, 2022 at 10:22am

The Lovie Award-winning ‘official announce trailer’ is a tongue-in-cheek parody that mocks common tropes used in game promotion – the hero can’t be seen because the game’s design, story, and gameplay aren’t yet ready!

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All That Glitters Isn’t Gold in ‘Birds of Paradise’ VFX

Goodbye Kansas Studios delivers a hallucinogenic trip complete with trippy effects, speaking animals, and psychedelic glitter, in Sarah Adina Smith’s drama about two elite ballet dancers forced to compete for a prestigious job.

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Chaos Shares V-Ray 2021 VFX and Animation Showreel

Latest VFX and animation reel showcases some of the year’s best work from film, tv and advertising; included are clips from feature films, ads and episodics from companies including Scanline VFX, Goodbye Kansas, and Blur Studio.

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The Mythical Realism of Iconic Castle Pendragon in Netflix’s ‘Cursed’

Goodbye Kansas recreates the legendary fortress of Arthurian mythology in the new fantasy adventure series based on Frank Miller’s graphic novel.

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Goodbye Kansas Consolidates Brands

Fast growing Swedish VFX and CGI company Goodbye Kansas has replaced previous brands Fido, Bläck, Imagination Studios and Pixel Grinder with Goodbye Kansas Studios, an integrated company consisting of 150 artists and producers.

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Sweden’s Goodbye Kansas Sets U.K. Base

New U.K. outpost led by EP James Prosser and executive director Martin Hobbs alongside VFX supervisors Matt Kasmir and Jesper Kjölsrud and art director Rafael Morant to provide effects for George Clooney’s ‘Suburbicon’ feature written by the Coen Brothers.