Skeleton motion and walking


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Skeleton motion and walking

Another way to look at a walk is to actually analyze the way the skeleton of the character moves. And if you understand how the bones or the skeleton of the character moves, you can understand how the character will look when it's animated. So let's take a look at this really simple skeleton and this will give you a much clearer idea as to what's going on underneath the surface of the character. In fact, let's go ahead and highlight some of these joints. Let's go ahead and highlight the legs and the arms.

Then when I play this, you will notice that the right leg and the right arm are actually moving counter to one another. In other words, when the right leg is forward, the right arm is back and then that goes in the opposite direction. As the leg goes back, the arm goes forward. Now let's take a look at this from the top. When I play this, you will notice that the arms and legs do work opposite to one another.

But the reason they are doing this is because the shou...

Skeleton motion and walking
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Skeleton motion and walking provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by George Maestri as part of the 2D Character Animation

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