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  1. #1
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    basic running test

    this is the basic running test



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    Re: basic running test

    Its not bad but stiff because you arent moving his back. Also use ease in running. It makes it look good.
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    Re: basic running test

    yeah really stiff, but its good enough for a begginer. U may want to try a running tutorial... wait... here try THIS one. In my opinion that is one of the best and simple running tuts out there
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    Re: basic running test

    I think that you really try to move the back alot more to make it look more realistic than it is. You may want him to kind of crouch when his legs come together and stand up when they are extended, but still use easing and avoid stiffness.

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    Re: basic running test

    keep all your animations in one thread

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