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Dx this is old but I found it on my files.
also sketchy.


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Sacasha Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013
I hope you're wanting a dog running cycle.  Because this matches it perfect.  If it was supposed to be a horse, then you might want to relook at it.
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Roneri Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Student General Artist
its more like my kind of adoptables: roneri.deviantart.com/art/U2K2… XD
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Sacasha Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013
Oh. :)  Those are actually cool looking.
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Shadowkey392 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2013
smooth!
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JoediMakson Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2013
i like it
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rarkorn Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013
Are you looking for critiques on these animations that you do? I've noticed a certain quality in this as well as some (I'm assuming) more recent run cycles of yours that I have a suggestion for.
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Roneri Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013  Student General Artist
i dont mind, go ahead
i bet that could help me improve : )
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rarkorn Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013
Your animations are really smooth and flow pretty nicely, but the actual movement isn't necessarily as realistic as it could be. When a four legged animal runs, the back feet hit the ground first, not the front feet. You should try animating that kind of movement and see how it feels.
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Roneri Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013  Student General Artist
what do you mean by the back legs land first?
i thought the front ones landed first?
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rarkorn Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013
That diagram is pretty accurate, but it starts off at a weird place in the cycle. At the end, you can kind of see how the front leg is coming down just as the back leg is lifting up, although if you look at slow motion videos of dogs or horses running, you can see a little more clearly that the front legs usually touch the ground before the back legs lift up again. This is because the back legs (at least in horses) tend to do most of the pushing and the front legs are a secondary support to keep the body level until the animal's feet touch the ground again.
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