Lily Stein

About Me

Hi! My name is Lily Stein and I am a graduating senior majoring in Animation! My time at Bradley has given me the skills, confidence and support from my friends and family to exceed in projects and other tasks that come at my in my everyday life. As an animation student the end goal is to showcase our final animation film projects during FUSE and now as a graduating senior my short animated film "Monarch" will showcase in the Riverfront Museum theater! I have made it!
It will be hard to say goodbye to Bradley but I am thankful for that experience and giving me the drive and confidence to go out and be successful in the industry!

Featured Projects


Monarch

Monarch

This is my senior animated short film. My story is the metamorphosis story from caterpillar to butterfly in a short cute way. For this project it is completely done by myself. I am the character designer, lead and only animator, director, producer, etc. My inspiration for this project is the ability to grow and change and become your true self, and I also just love the monarch butterfly!

Snow Day Dogs

Snow Day Dogs

My brand is my based of the general likeness of my dog Lady. She is my greatest muse and my best friend. Lady isn't my only dog though I also have old man Foof, he is an old man shiz-tzu and also another one of my greatest inspirations and biggest fan. On a wild snow day in my hometown my Lady was loving it! Blending in and sticking her whole body in the snow, Foof just wanted to go inside.

Happy Dino

Happy Dino

As one of my favorite creatures to ever walk the earth of course I would create this happy little dino. This dino was trial run for the Toon Boom Harmony animation software and safe to say I love it now! Animato / Artist

The Senior Animation Capstone is the final project for animation students and a culmination of their years studying software and various animation techniques. Each student makes their own animated short, which may be hand-drawn, digitally animated, or designed in 3D. From concept sketches to the silver screen, these students have brought their imaginations to life over two semesters of hard work and preparation. FUSE is the only chance you may have to view these epic films on the big screen, so be sure to grab a seat and enjoy!