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Quadrapedal run cycle guide by DarkmaneTheWerewolf Quadrapedal run cycle guide by DarkmaneTheWerewolf
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My animation guides, previously only on my journal, are now available as proper deviations for submission into groups... And for anyone who doesnt follow my Journels =p

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:icontheantimonyelement:
TheAntimonyElement Oct 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
These are phenomenal tutorials! Thank you!
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:icondriony:
Thank you so much for those tutorials.. they helped me alot!
=)
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:iconkazul2112:
Kazul2112 Mar 18, 2011  Student Digital Artist
I :heart: your tutorials.
I just finished my animation following your tutorial. I don't know if I need to post a link for using your tutorial or not?
[link]
I know it is the same run cycle. I will make my own when I have more time to study. BTW you high-speed shots are a good resource as well ;).
:wave:
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Mar 18, 2011  Professional General Artist
Heh, Link back would be nice so that other people can have a look too =p But not nessessary, as long as they arnt claimed as your own. Its also nice to get feedback and see what people come up with while using it too, then i can see what areas have not come through clearly and work on a tutorial for those eh? Yours seems fine though, but based on others i've seen, i might need to explain easing in and out a bit better. =p

I'm glad you like them and the high speed stuff. They are there for people to learn from and as references so its good to hear they're doing their job eh. =p
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Kazul2112 Mar 20, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thanks :)
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AmeixKon Jan 21, 2011  Student Filmographer
Thanks again. But one question, when you draw the midpoint lines that you number, are you placing them above, like at the exact highest point, or just a general reference where the highest point should be?
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DarkmaneTheWerewolf Jan 22, 2011  Professional General Artist
I never stick to exactly where my guides are, they're just a rough guide =p
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:iconameixkon:
AmeixKon Jan 22, 2011  Student Filmographer
Ok thanks for the tips! ^-^
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larkinheather Jan 21, 2011  Professional Filmographer
nice! great video. The run cycle is really fun to watch! :D
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