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Basics of Walking Cycles

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Jul 7, 2007 | 2:52 AM EDT

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Your walking just doesnt look good? You've spent hours trying to fix, looking at every tutorial you could find but it still doesnt look good? Maybe you are forgetting the absics, then should check this tutorial out.
*Submit to tutorial collection^^**please*
It is mainly about where the feet should be placed to make a proper cycle, its short and not extremly detailed. I made it tonight XD, for the holy sake of helpiong people who can't get the cycle correctly.
So if you didnt understood, or have any question, pm me :)

Happy 777!!!

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gurglespraingurglesprain

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good work

SImple but effective


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Killer-1176Killer-1176

Rated 5 / 5 stars

sweet but make stick figure walking n running tut

Hey nice review man but, can you please make a walking and running tut for stick figures at 12 Fps as I have looked around and all I found were walking and running at 24 Fps thanks.



ShirkDeioShirkDeio

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Finally!

I can't believe it only took a four-step (lol step) process to make something that I had failed at making for the past year. Good job, thanks so much, and good luck with your future flashes! God bless you!


PinkSkull responds:

Thanks, figuring this out really took away my fear of walking cycles :)


NabzJNabzJ

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazingly Awesome!

This is extremely helpful! It is way better than all the other tutorials. It takes away all the stuff you don't need and gives you the basics and the keys to making a great cycle. Without this I would be lost!


PinkSkull responds:

Thanks, once you know this walking cycles are a laugh to make :)


YoinKYoinK

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

very nice tutorial

Walk cycles are very key to flash animating.
What I usually do though is just animate one leg and then copy and paste those frames into their own layer and make adjustments to make it look correctly. But this was an excellent tutorial. You are a very talented flash artist. :)


PinkSkull responds:

Thanks :3