WIP - Slow walk cycle with an Attitude

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  04 April 2013
WIP - Slow walk cycle with an Attitude

Hi

Ignore the upper body because I just started working on it. At this point I am mainly interested in the legs/feet, and lower body in general.

- Do you think the movement is too slow?

- Anything wrong with poses? (take into account it is a slow walk cycle with a bit of an attitude, not vanilla)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRBL...eature=youtu.be
 
  04 April 2013
The main issue I see is the legs need to fully extend, the entire cycle you have the knee bent slightly which is unnatural and awkward to do (try walking with your knees slightly bent at all times). This sort of movement is more like creeping or sneaking around so it doesn't fit into a normal walk.

Nice heel roll on both raising and lowering, it feels very smooth and natural, I would cut down the toe anticipation as it is about to contact just slightly so it isn't as noticeable.
 
  04 April 2013
Hey there Looks like Andrew's covered the most obvious issues. I can't really make a call on whether or not the timing is too slow because I'm not sure what kind of attitude you're going for. Drunk? Tired? Cautious?
 
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