Learn more about Dexter Studios’ workflow on VFX with Pixar’s Renderman.
Dexter Studios is a VFX studio founded by Yong-Hwa Kim in 2011 and based in Seoul, South Korea. Initially, the studio worked on the fur production that, in the time of its foundation, was a very complex process that required a certain pipeline. The studio’s team managed the problem by developing custom VFX tools. Now, Dexter is focused on developing and researching emerging technologies.
In the new article, Leif Pedersen takes a look into the history of the company and its workflow with Renderman. You will also find the VFX production details of Dexter’s last successful award-winning movie, Parasite, and feedback on Pixar’s rendering software.
Talking about the software, Seock Hee mentioned: “We’ve tested many renderers and they all do well with simple shots, but when testing it with a production movie shot, something is always lacking or in many cases, the renderer is overwhelmed by instability. I believe that in this sense, RenderMan is the standard among the rendering interfaces that exist today”.
Read the full article to get more insights into the Parasite production and studios’ VFX workflow on the Renderman official website.