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Cheetah run cycle by kidoho Cheetah run cycle by kidoho
This is a final project for my Drawing for Motion class. It still isn't due for another 3 or 4 weeks, but with buying a house and moving before finals, I'm just trying to get everything done early. So, go ahead a rip it apart or leave me nice little "good job"s or whatever.

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:icondracosstarlight:
DracosStarlight Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2008  Student Filmographer
amazing job man
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:iconkidoho:
kidoho Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2008   Digital Artist
Thanks
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:icondracosstarlight:
DracosStarlight Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2008  Student Filmographer
no prob
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JPLH Featured By Owner May 28, 2006
Can an EXCELLENT JOB do? I am very impressed O_O
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Doxie-doll Featured By Owner May 22, 2006   Photographer
the hunch-back frame is off. a cheetah will swing its back legs full in front of its front, and plant them, almost in a sitting position.
You've got the hind legs far too far back for that frame
the rest looks pretty good. the tail could use some more movement.
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:iconkidoho:
kidoho Featured By Owner May 22, 2006   Digital Artist
Whoa. You went a digging way back! I did this probably almost two years ago. However, I do concur with everything you said, though I was trying to push things and bend that damn cat a little!
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Doxie-doll Featured By Owner May 23, 2006   Photographer
heh . . . sorry. searched run cycle because I was bored
I suppose I should look at your new stuff, huh?
yea, I can see that. good work.
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Inkthinker Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
I'd add a frame before and after the key in which the back is curled at it's highest... Other than that I really dig it!
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:iconkidoho:
kidoho Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2004   Digital Artist
Thanks! Yeah, I've had some other suggestions to do that. Maybe it all means something....
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basakward Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2004  Professional Filmographer
The cheetah design is wonderful! However, is it animated on twos? It seems a little choppy.. If it is, I'd do a tween between each frame and shoot it on ones.. If you can't do that, then yeah, I'd give him more air time, perhaps TWO frames more.. It really makes a difference because you have slightly varied timing which is more appealing to the eye.. In my opinion anyways.. ^_- It looks great though, man!
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