Space Digital is a visual effects production house that began work on Doctor Who with The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe. As their website proudly proclaims, they completed 39 shots for the story, most of which seemed to be effects that improved the ambience of the scenes, but were not themselves the main VFX for the scenes.

The first story on which they were credited as the main VFX house was A Town Called Mercy. With that story, they became only the second entity to be so credited on a BBC Wales-produced episode of Doctor Who, to be followed by Milk VFX in 2013. Their last credit was then A Town Called Mercy.

Matt Wood was the visual effects supervisor for Space Digital, on their work for Doctor Who.[1]

According to their website, Space Digital's work on Doctor Who included green screen scenes, set extension, digital matte painting, pyrotechnic enhancement, TARDIS Effects, CGI flying cubes, lasers, creative effects and wire removal.[2]

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The stories on which they've provided VFX include:

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Footnotes Edit

  1. Failes, Ian (22 May 2013). Doctor Who: Stargate’s adventures in time. fxguide. Retrieved on 20 November 2018.
  2. Doctor Who. Space Digital. Retrieved on 20 November 2018.
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