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62 Thing you didn’t know about BrBa (one for each episode)
46 - Face Off Ep 4x13
Face half off, actually, as was the spectacular way Gus Fring left the “Breaking Bad” universe, thanks to Walt’s science knowledge and Tio Salamanca’s bell. Actually, the scene — Gus’s half-missing face, revealed as he steps out of the explosion and straightens his tie — came with help from the special effects team from AMC brethren “The Walking Dead.” It’s much more complicated and technical, but essentially, the look was created by using a shot of Gus’s face with a 3D sculpture of Esposito’s head, digitally melded together on film. It gave viewers the chance to “see into and through Gus’s head in that final reveal. It’s a combination of great makeup and great visual effects,” Vince Gilligan told the New York Times.

whiteterritory:

62 Thing you didn’t know about BrBa (one for each episode)

46 - Face Off Ep 4x13

Face half off, actually, as was the spectacular way Gus Fring left the “Breaking Bad” universe, thanks to Walt’s science knowledge and Tio Salamanca’s bell. Actually, the scene — Gus’s half-missing face, revealed as he steps out of the explosion and straightens his tie — came with help from the special effects team from AMC brethren “The Walking Dead.” It’s much more complicated and technical, but essentially, the look was created by using a shot of Gus’s face with a 3D sculpture of Esposito’s head, digitally melded together on film. It gave viewers the chance to “see into and through Gus’s head in that final reveal. It’s a combination of great makeup and great visual effects,” Vince Gilligan told the New York Times.