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Are there any good reference images / tutorials for animating insects? (mostly walk cycle)

The 3D software used in the tutorial doesn't matter to me.
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insects are generally easy to work with, they're bulky enough to where you can model and assemble different parts without fucking it up.
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>>514054
I've been messing with 3d bugs for quite along time now.. you can use some of my videos for 6 and 8 legged ealk cycles if youd like...

I also havesome sweet tutorials if yer a max user...

www.youtube com/watch?v=g7i6NQbt5hA
www.youtube com/watch?v=PeGUtzHUaBs
www.youtube com/watch?v=qTmJvni_A10



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