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Author: rorziz

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Filesize: 335.92 kB

Date added: 2017-05-08

Rating: 5.9

Downloads: 2204

Views: 396

Comments: 9

Ratings: 4

Times favored: 1

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0

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Last edited at 2017/05/09 02:49:26 by rorziz
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WOW! This is awesome! :tup:
thanks man!
Oh, I forgot to mention about a small technical detail that I noticed in how the animal walks. Most four-legged predators have a gait in which the right-front and left-rear legs move somewhat together. And it's the same for the left-front and right-rear legs. In your scene, both of the lion's right legs (front and rear) move together, and his left legs do the same. That is not a natural movement because it would cause the animal to rock side-to-side as his weight shifts from left to right and back again. Take a look at a dog that user mori-d created, and you will see a correct gait for a quadruped animal: mori-d's dog

I'm not suggesting that you make changes to this current scene, especially if it would require a lot of changes, but it would be something to keep in mind for future scenes.

Still, very nice job you did here! :)
XRAY your right! how stupid! i have updated scene, i really hope i didnt get i wrong because i have done it on the return from thr pub many pints down, without a backup ha ha thanks for your advice, not just on this scene! very helpfull!
Much better! Good job (again!) :tup:
i have no memory of writing that or changing the scene.....
Huh? Are you serious? You have no memory? :o
ha ha yeah i edited it on return from the pub and so was very drunk, i have vuage memorys of it coming back now!
I used to drink a lot back during my younger days when I was in the U.S. Navy. Now I know better. Haven't had an alcoholic drink in over 20 years, and I don't miss it at all.

I'm not judging, just telling a story and expressing my opinion (I do that a lot! :lol: )