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MattVogt
02-16-2005, 05:30 PM
Hi! thanks for checking out this post,
It's another LowMan practice concentrating on blending a walk to a run. I'm planning the final will have the grocery store model completed and a huge deli dude shaking a knife or his fist out the door yelling.

http://members.twistedcg.com/mvogt/art/forums/cgtalk/grocery-robbery/grocery-robbery.jpg (http://members.twistedcg.com/mvogt/art/forums/cgtalk/grocery-robbery/grocery-robbery.mov)
Any critiques?

WillieT
02-16-2005, 05:52 PM
first thing I noticed, is that when he takes off running,, his strides are just a wide as when he walks.. naturally when you run you stride can actually double..therefore you cover more distance and go faster..

MattVogt
02-16-2005, 07:47 PM
his strides are just a wide as when he walks.. naturally when you run you stride can actually double - WillieT

good point. Thanks William, hhmmm I'm suprised I didn't catch that considering how obvious it was.. changed it and it looks way more like a run! Anything else critiquable?
version 1.5 (http://members.twistedcg.com/mvogt/art/forums/cgtalk/grocery-robbery/grocery-robbery2.mov)

WillieT
02-16-2005, 08:35 PM
glad to help looks much better,, maybe a bit more lean forward in the run to lead with the shoulders.


just a thought..
you should also have him turn his head, shoulders then torso a bit to the left between the second and third steps, to see whats behind the door, then return forward. Because you always want to check your 6 when your running from the law.

jchristo
02-17-2005, 04:31 AM
Nice. I think the transition from walk to run could be a little better though. I feel like when he starts running, he should be moving further forward. He seems to stay in the same place for too long. Nothing too big, just an idea. I like the fact that he doesn't look back. Nice touch.

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