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Author: Adrienne Rodgers | Website: http://www.sixfootcreative.com

Creating the Walk Cycle

Creating a walk cycle in Poser is incredibly easy. We'll use the default figure which appears when launching Poser. If you'd prefer to use one of the naked figures, feel free, but don't get too distracted! The walk cycles in Poser are preprogrammed, so essentially, all it takes is a click or two and your figure will walk.

1.) Open the Libraries by clicking on the handle on the far right edge of the screen (or Window : Libraries ) .

2.) Click on Poses. Inside the Poses Library, click on the black triangle which pops down a submenu and choose Walk Designer. Scroll down and choose Walk.

3.)On the main canvas, change your camera angle from Main Camera to Left Camera.

4) To play the animation, use the controls at the bottom left of the screen.


That's all there is to it! Now you're ready to save the walk cycle as a .swf.

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2002-03-01
Rating: 6.83 Votes: 103
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Adrienne Rodgers, Freelance designer/programmer. San Francisco, CA
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