Walk cycle with frontal+left right profile not functioning property (weird motion)

New Here ,
Apr 03, 2020 Apr 03, 2020

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Trying to make a walking with frontal+left right profile walk cycle puppet scenes for project, but for some unknow reason the puppet walk weirdly, the shoulder an chest were filcking around, I've step by step follow okay  samurai's wlking puppet tutorial and make a few tweaks, some how bump into the issus. And i try to find solution online, but saw no simular cases. Hope you guys can help me out.

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Apr 03, 2020 Apr 03, 2020

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Hi Heiheing,

Having just created a whole lot of walk puppets on the ElectroPuppet Store, I know it can be a tricky process! Hard to help without seeing an example. Where you place the shoulders, the hips and the torso will give you all sorts of different results. I had to move everything around many times to get the walk I was after. I also had to change the puppet artwork to work better with the built-in walk cycle.

 

There are also settings for hip and shoulder sway that can change the walk, as well as the speed, distance etc. Okay Samurai's tutorial really is the best resource to learn that. That and lots of trial and error. If you post something here, someone should be able to give you some pointers.

Hope that is of some help though! 

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Thanks for advice, I'll go check it out

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