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February 16, 2007
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EDIT: I fixed (hopefully) some stuff with the feet placing and fleshed out the tail, and smoothed out the limp a bit. Still looking for feedback.

EDIT2: Ohlycrud Tell me, does this -dog- have a -cats- gate(foot placement order)? DX That'd be an embarrassing mistake!

Original text: I'm working on this dog walkcycle in Adobe flash 8, and I'm looking for some critigue. It's not done yet (thankfully), so the lines are a little rough, but it think they're fine enough that you can pretty much tell where everything is.

When I first started, I didn't use any reference, but later I found a reference for the shoulders.
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Kittysaysmeow-WQ Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
It's ears are so adorable. ^^
Coloran Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2010  Student General Artist
I like its flopping jowls and ears X3 its very good!
lenytchka Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2010
heeey I love it! Please how can I download it? Or what is SWP ?? Where can I play it in computer? Its so cuuuuuute! Please how can I download it!!!!
Omigir Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2007
the front paws look a lil dopy because of how much they 'flop' doges usualy go down toe first so on the 'down' motion of each paw ave them instead of coming back up so high have themgo down more on toe first. kinda like a bicicle.. or somthing yeah XD
mullet2dmax Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Ha! submitted 1 minute 31s ago! Well I love it! The lips, or maybe you would call them jowles make me laugh like crazy. My dad is a veterinarian so it definitely looks like the 9 dogs we have walkin around the house. But you want constructive criticism... let's see, if you wanna take it further I would say that maybe the head animation has that new vector style of movement (because it was copied and pasted maybe?) While the rest of the body is traditionally animated. ??? NO STOP! I got it! I just used my Greyhound for reference and when he walks his head bobs up and down on EACH front leg's step. But perhaps your doggy bobs heavier on his/her's RIGHT leg... I think the head would drop more to one side if the dog were in full stride. (did you know the Greyhound is 2nd only to the Cheetah in speed? Faster than a horse!) But anyway the dog is moving very dynamically. My Poodle's walk is very snobby with his nose in the air. My Lab puppy's walk is very goony and stumbly. My English Bull Terrier's body moves very little while her leg's do all the work... You captured this type of dog but damn good!
SadWhiteRaven Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2007
Make sure you get it to loop! (Download works best for me)
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