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WALK AND RUN CYCLE ANALYSIS

What subtleties are most animators, even after many years of experience, still neglecting when they animate human walk and run cycles? ● These videos break down each cycle into component phases, showing in-depth how we really move ● Find out what you've been missing, and transform your animations in just 20 information-packed minutes! 

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