Rob McCoy’s walk animation does an great job at displaying body language in the walk as well as timing the poses accordingly. There are just a few things I noticed after scrubbing through a bit. On frame 17 it appears that the left arm eases out a bit too quickly as it swings down to become parallel with the torso. At the same time while approaching frame 26, the right arm appears a bit too stiff while swinging forward. The ease in and ease out with the arms in this section of the animation seems to slightly throw off the balance of the character. There is a little bit of sliding in the feet towards the middle but it is not too noticeable. Other than that this is a extremely well done animation!
For my documentary video I plan to capture the mysterious life of a creature I was introduced to three years ago; the Tyler Sudyn. For years I’ve tried to get to figure out what the root cause of his unpredictable behavior is, as well as how he survives in the wild. I’ve studied his actions since the day I first encountered him. But now I wish to share my discoveries with the world. My reason for making a documentary on the Tyler Sudyn is to further extend my research and share my findings with the world.