Tuesday, 6 September 2022

Meet Your Animation Tutors - Steven Lall

Steve Lall teaches at Escape Studios
Escapee Steve Lall is our newest animation tutor at Escape Studios.  Steve has a decade of experience of working in advertising and animation, both 2D and 3D.

Steve will be teaching AN4001 "Locomotion & Mechanics" to our first year animation students from January 2023.

Steve's broad animation skillset also includes graphic design, film editing, lighting & rendering, and also managing the motion capture pipeline

Steve Lall
Steve has a BA in Animation from the University of Creative Arts, and a Diploma in Art and Design from Oxford Brookes University.  Prior to joining Escape Studios Steve worked in the advertising industry. 

AN4001 - Animation Foundation
Bouncing ball
From January 2023 Steve will teach AN4001, the core animation module that all our first year undergraduates must tackle.  

AN4001 is a 15 Credit module that teaches the fundamentals of character and creature animation. The module lasts four weeks, and covers all the basic principles of animation from bouncing ball to locomotion and mechanics. 

2D Animation Showreel 
You can see Steve's 2D Animation Reel below:

2D Animation Reel from Steven Lall on Vimeo.

Drawing Club
Drawing Club at Escape Studios
Steve is also part of the design team at Escape which involves running the Drawing Club, and creating art and promotion material for Escape Studios. 

More about Steve Lall

Tutors at Escape Studios
To meet some of the other animation and VFX tutors at Escape Studios, follow the links below:

VFX
VFX Team
Meet the VFX Team

Animation
Meet the Animation Team

Motion Graphics
Animation Team

Meet the Motion Graphics Team

The Escape Studios Animation Blog offers a personal view on the art of animation and visual effects. To find out more about our BA/MArt courses, now recruiting for September 2022, follow this link.   To apply, visit the official page here.

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