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  05 May 2013
Question WIP - Open Critique // Run cycle

Hi there!

Right now I'm working on this run cycle, and I'm at a point where I'd like some feedback!

//Click Here To Watch//
This is not my model! (Moom) It was supplied to me by my school.


My own critique would be that it looks a little slow for a run.. Maybe that's just me?
Next thing I'd do would be to animate his face, maybe huffing and puffing.

Otherwise if there's anything else you guys see (or don't see?) that needs some working on let me know!

I'm kind of new to 3D Animation but I'm really looking to improve - so don't hold back, even if it means starting over from scratch!

Thanks for your time, guys!

Sincerely,
Rachel
 
  05 May 2013
Make sure the back leg is straight before it leaves the ground.
Also tone down the head a tiny bit and give the hips a bit more sideways movement.

-Yasha
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  05 May 2013
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Originally Posted by YashaP: Make sure the back leg is straight before it leaves the ground.
Also tone down the head a tiny bit and give the hips a bit more sideways movement.

-Yasha


That's good advice, thank you! I didn't even notice the legs were straight on their "push off" frames.
 
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