Although created for animators aiming to perfect their rendering of animal gaits, this tutorial is filled with little surprises that even the artistically disinclined can enjoy. Skillfully combining illustration, biology and physics, the US animator Stephen Cunnane’s short video tracks a canine figure in silhouette through six distinct types of movement, while plotting the variations in how its four feet make contact with the ground during each stride.By Aeon VideoWatch at Aeon
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