Thursday, 17 October 2013

67. Quadrupedal soft circular stroll

After the strong frontal posturing and the kicky-flickiness of last two day this was a soft for a soft walk. As soft as a falling autumnal leaf. The figure is somewhat abstract expressionistic hominid. 

The bones are softened and almost ruberhosed, whilst still retaining the initial structural premise. Knees go high up and the front limbs grasp for the ground. The locomotion is evenly distributed between front and back locomotion. The head is more upright and leans back pulled by the body as the front limbs lock after their extension. There is a little bit of drop on each side as each of the limbs is raised, giving a heftier effect of the gravity. 

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