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Displaying lower body animation

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Displaying lower body animation

Postby gwastudios » Tue Mar 08, 2011 11:17 pm

Just displaying my running animation of the lower body of my character. I was about to clean up errors, when I found it gives a human-made feel to my character and I really liked it.
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Re: Displaying lower body animation

Postby Charles » Wed Mar 09, 2011 5:19 pm

Here ya go...

It reads more like a fast walk to me than a run. There's a slight hesitation before the leg drops that you wouldn't necessarily find in a cycle or when someone is running in real life. If you like it and you feel it suits what you're trying to achieve with your animation then that's something to consider, but I think you'll have a better result with this if you time it out differently. Refer to Preston Blair's walk and run cycle page from his book. Try reworking it accordingly and see what happens.

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