Horse or “Quad” walk cycles reference ???

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  07 July 2003
Question Horse or “Quad” walk cycles reference ???

Just trying the new quad rig from ACS4, and need help over here !!!
Anybody knows a good reference site with a good horse walk cycle ?
Damn that’s really different !!!
I just found this link, and the video is offline !!!

Thanks for any help
VFX Alliance Limited
  07 July 2003
Do a google search for Eadweard Muybridge. the father of motion pictures

Check out the index for loads of animated gif's of his plates.
  07 July 2003
ah I forgot this Eadweard dude, hehe.
Great thanks Rumors.

If somebody else wants to share any link or animation, common !!!
This ACS4 rig looks very nice so far, now its time for the nice quad rig animation results !!!
VFX Alliance Limited
  07 July 2003
Yeah,I'm planning on animating a horse (UserDeltas model) as well with the ACS4 rig, but I am having trouble getting decent deformations with the knees.

I am using MuyBridges "Horses and Other animal motions" book for reference. It's good.

  07 July 2003
Hehe, I’m using a horse model too, I bought it very very cheap at turbosquid, looks a lot better than userdeltas.

Thanks for the book advice Perambulator.
I got the same trouble with the knees, maybe I will post a result tomorrow, I hope there is some time for this stupid horse walkcycle some day…
VFX Alliance Limited
  07 July 2003
Well, if you can work out how to get decent knee deformation, let me know.

It's funny, cause with simple bones, and limited weight maps (Not ACS 4 rig at all), the horse looks pretty good.

I have e-mailed Lukasz, so we'll see what he comes up with!
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