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I usually use the 4, though I'll be using the unmentioned 5 frame in my next film.
Last edited by VN (January 21, 2009 (04:39pm))
Not all my lego legs like the 6 frame walk, it's really hard to have them in the middle of the walk without falling over. I use the six a lot, but I probably should try out some more walk cycles.
I use 8 frames because I think it looks pretty good.
I ... don't know. Let me watch one of my films and get back to you.:P
I usually use the 4 when the minifig is outside, and the 6 when he's inside.
I use the 'awkward' 5 frame. it works perfectly.
I use a 3 walk cycle
Never heard of 8 frame. What is it? Like, 4 in between steps?!
you can see my 5 frame walk here > http://www.vimeo.com/2775711re
5 or 6
I always animate at 4. Probably because I'm too lazy too animate more than 4 frames a step .
I alternate between 6 and 4 depending on whether I'm feeling lazy or not.
Last edited by Gospelnut (January 23, 2009 (12:12pm))
cuz i use 4 and i like it.
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