walk cycle : left foot always behind right foot

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anchair
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walk cycle : left foot always behind right foot

Post by anchair » Fri May 29, 2020 1:12 pm

hello,
i try to use walk cycle. this is my first time using it. but when i try to use it, one foot can not go forward, it always stay behind the other.
i dont know how to solve this.


this is my file : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AyIbTt ... sp=sharing

i hope anyone here can help me.

thanks in advance

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Duduf
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Re: walk cycle : left foot always behind right foot

Post by Duduf » Sat May 30, 2020 4:54 pm

I can't play nor download your file from google drive, but I suspect it's a matter of design/posing. Before adding the walk cycle, the two feet were probably already one behind the other.

You can just change the pose, and you don't even have to remove the cycle, just move the controllers around to adjust.

And have a look at the doc https://duik-docs.rainboxlab.org/walk-cycle.html

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