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  08 August 2009
Walk Cycle

Hey guys, I just made this new walk cycle yesterday. Any opinions? Thanks.

It's so fluffy!
  08 August 2009
Looks nice.

My initial reaction is that the feet seem stiff. The trailing foot doesn't seem to be pushing off with the toe, the foot is just being pulled forward.
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  08 August 2009
I like your walkcycle, it has a nice bounce when it walks. One problem, your char's left knee is popping.
  08 August 2009
Thumbs up Looking good.

The animation looks nice and bouncy and I like the mood you are setting for him.

Some critiques might be:

-his head seems to lean a bit left and right whereas I would think he would make an effort to keep it upright.
-Left leg popping (already addressed in an earlier post)
-His right arm is a bit weird. Like, his left arm looks nice and weighty at the hand but his right arm doesnt really look like its hanging so much as moving forward and back. I think this could be attributed to it moving upward on the back swing?

All in all I think its coming along nicely Looking forward to seeing the final product.

Adam Gillespie
Freelance Animator
  08 August 2009
Thank you for the critiques. I'm going to further address these issues. =)
It's so fluffy!
  08 August 2009
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