Blender Animation Tutorial: How To Create A 2-Legged Walk Cycle

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Blender Animation Tutorial: How To Create A Walk Cycle

Welcome to another blender animation tutorial from! In this video tutorial, discover what it takes to create a good looking walk cycle, what the most important elements to know are, and what the easiest way to break down the walk into smaller, more digestible pieces is.

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2 Comments on “Blender Animation Tutorial: How To Create A 2-Legged Walk Cycle”

  1. Michael Richards

    Once you have set up the poses on one side, and used Insert Keyframe (Whole Character) to create the keyframes, you can jump forward about 30 frames and use Ctrl Shift V to paste the mirror image poses on the other side (as per the Pose menu, Paste X-Flipped Pose).

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