Wednesday, 16 October 2013

66. Quadrupedal backflick crawl

Reversing the movement of yesterday I tried to create an opposite motion. Whilst the frontal stomp was aggressive this is a more progressive motion. The hind legs provide most of the locomotion, as the front limbs are crawling more than anything else. Each of the hind legs breaks at the hip, shoots forward, stretching on an accent before it zaps right back. The push off comes from the back and the leg snaps forward, the front limbs respond in crawling with the momentum of the rubber band. The figure this time is less 'heroic' than yesterdays more akin to a 'polip'. 

There is a small body movement reflected from the large hip angulation and a small head nudge follows. 

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