Animating Dogs, Part II: More Gaits, and Examples
This is a continuation of my earlier post on animating dogs. The Trot The trot is a rather quick gait, between a walk and a run. It is notable in that the feet on each side of the dog move opposite each other. That means, for example, when the right front leg is forward, the right back leg will be backward. When the front leg is backward, the back leg is forward. See the image below to understand what I mean: It's important to see that there are 'flying' stages, in which no feet are on the…
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When you take off your dog's collar and they're nakey.