WILDEBEEST CALF RUN CYCLE ANIMATION ANALYSIS

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  • Published on:  10/26/2020
  • Clip to study from: Wildebeest run
    Source: https://www.201tube.com/video/GfO-3Oir-qM/video.html

    A really great demonstration of quadruped mechanics, particularly squash and stretch!
    There's also an interesting part at the beginning when the calf is bring it's legs forward in a closed/squashed pose, and the legs feel like they're operating a little like as one unit as they all come forward.
    There is, of course, variety in each leg, but they're all working for the same goal of coming forward to catch the calf's weight (back legs first) so it won't fall.

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