leopardpm wrote:lol! fun! on the diagonals he seems to be 'sliding' alot, and same with the horizontal movement, except on the horizontal it also looks like his rear left leg is 'pushing off' like one might do while riding a skateboard... but these are things not in need of fixing necessarily... i fear one could spend a lifetime refining an animation.... diminishing returns et al...
Yeah, it still has a few issues, but if you don't study it too hard it looks ok.
Here is a Viking walk cycle.
It was easier than the bear because people only have two legs to synchronize and it's easier to use myself as an animation reference as opposed to watching videos of bears walking.
BasicCoder2 wrote:So do you adjust the rigging using a side view?
If you look at some of the walking bear examples on the internet you should see how the joint angles change with time.
I generally use the perspective view while rigging. Side view is useful for the actual animation. My bear's walk cycle is far from realistic but I do it hope that it looks decent enough not to draw attention to this.
BasicCoder2 wrote:Still getting 403 forbidden. Access to this resource on the server is denied. So it appears I will no longer be able to copy past any code to the forum.
That error is annoying. I'm getting it as well when trying to edit the title post.