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    Silly little walk cycle.

    This is a quick final look test to see if the experimental technique I've been developing works as I envisioned it. Forgive the shakiness of that pan, it was pretty damn half-assed, I won't lie. :b



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    i love the hand

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    It is very reminiscent of Rocky And Bullwinkle ^_^ And it looks like a fun project to work with over a year ^_^

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    @ rattus - Thanks. That noodly arm is my favorite part to animate.

    @ Sly's - Huh, Rocky and Bullwinkle is not something I would have thought to compare to! Glad you said that, now I want to sit down some time and watch some. And hopefully it will be a fun project, the film itself is actually a pretty dry subject matter. My goal is to make it more entertaining and relatable with these very unserious little character designs.

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    Whoa, beautiful walk! I'm getting a strong UPA feel (which is great if you ask me), not sure if that's what you were going for, but yea I love the motion of the arm and the simple bob of the hair and head (facial features I guess)--really helps add life to the walk. I hope you plan on leaving the background/foreground elements in a similar style, has a really appealing quality. nothing to really crit on honestly, especially since it's a test of sorts. either way great work, I hope you'll show progress as you work (or the final at the very least hehe).

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