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TvP's Walking Tutorial

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Jul 30, 2004 | 7:20 PM EDT

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Author Comments

I made this for my cousin to get better with flash, so its not to the best of my ability.

But he said, hey, why dont you submit it to NG to help others?

So I named it one of my TvP's tutorial names, and here it is. I respond to all.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


Since this wasn't your best effort, i can see why it lacks some stuff. But it is still very useful and when i get flash i will probably use this for walking, knowing it's important. Good flash, and great for u sending it to ng to help others.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Nice man.

It was pretty good, considering it wasn't your best effort. I like what you did anyways with it.

I hope to see some more tutorials from you in the future.

TvP responds:

Check out my 9-in-1 tutorial.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

very good tutorial

im sure with your good advice, your friend shall have no problems making his stick walk like a pro! hehe. the tut' was easy to use, read, understand and follow. so kudos to you, on one great tutorial!
overall score: 5/10

TvP responds:

Best, review, EVER!


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Nice of you to think of beginners

You should mention that during foot slip (where the grounded foot moves across the ground) the foot moves an equal space per frame until it leaves the ground, otherwise a constant moving background will make the walk cycle seem to jerk in places. If you were to do this with something other than a thick stick figure, you'd be able to see errors easier.

Also, one thing that would make it easier for beginners to see is if you were to colour the rear leg a different colour than the front. You'd be able to tell exactly what is where.

TvP responds:

Good tip! Thanks for the review.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Well done, brilliant tutorial for starting animators.
The walk cycle used to really shit me up the wall ^_^;;

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