Update: A few have commented on how unnatural the gait looks and so I wanted to let it be known that the reference I used was of a large, overweight dog who has hip problems, and that's why it looks so strange.
I don't know you personally but i really liked this animation ^.^ you have talent but maybe one thing you could make the hip/upper thigh move upper and forwarder the back legs look a bit unusual. But seriously it looks like a lot of work was done to get this done really nice dude.
Thank you, friend! For this animation I used a reference of a video of a dog who is overweight and has hip problems, so I probably shouldn't have used it. XD So I think that's why it looks stiff and unusual, but thank you for the pointers!
Hey, it aint perfect, but that'd be damn hard lol. I admire how much dedication you have to do this all the time when it's a slow process and must get annoying at times lol. I don't know how to do animations on computers but I have flipnote on the dsi. Used to work hard on something for an hour or so, watch it and see it was crap, hate it for a month, try again. Now I haven't picked it up in... quite a long time ^^' (of course it didn't help that when you moved the image and tried to colour it again the dots never matched up. Plus if I simply selected something then it would all get covered in dots, extremely irritating lol.)
The reference I used was of my dog who has hip problems and is overweight, so it probably wasn't the best video to use. I think the rear doesn't move up and down enough, but I thought the legs were alright...