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Here's Flash's gallop WIP! To go alongside his guards, Vincent and 'Cross-galloping' Ace! 
Vincent Gallop - Size Test animation WIP by Wild-HeartsAce Gallop - Coloured by Wild-Hearts

He's trying out a new look with blue hair! I hoped to make Flash have a powerful looking gallop...not sure if I succeeded but I like it enough! These will be running on one's in the final piece (they currently run on two's so they're a little slower) Unto Delvin and Grane! (may do the good guys too....but I need to storyboard the thing properly first to see how to work out the scenes!) In which case, Darko's gallop will be similar to this! :)

Incase you're wondering, I'm making these for my Comic Trailer -- which is just a slow moving side project of mine around my class animations! ^^ TotH takes a back seat with all these assignments coming in unfortunately :faint: 

Flash was animated in flash....huurhurr

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Raylooki Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh sweet Jesus. I just realized something.
First thing: I really love the animation and I just want to clarify the misunderstanding.
Ok, so. The discussion under my comment (the Ninchiru's).
This guy is both right and wrong. Horses have four gaits, walk, trot, canter and gallop. BUT, canter is called canter only in english!
I speak polish so I know what I'm saying. In polish walk is stęp, trot is kłus, canter is galop and gallop is cwał. The meanings don't match :P
Correct me if I'm wrong, I'm just trying to lower the pressure between you. okahy, im 100% wrong 'cuz i dont know if this matches with other languages T.T
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Ninchiru Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014
Hm. Why does he have an 4 tact gallop? I meant all his hooves touch the ground at different times. Horses usually have a three tact gallop. Does that have a special reason? No offense. I'm just asking.
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Wild-Hearts Featured By Owner May 24, 2014  Student General Artist
I did it to personally offend you?
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Ninchiru Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
No no, it's not bad at all. I just wondered XD
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Wild-Hearts Featured By Owner May 24, 2014  Student General Artist
Well I have no idea what you're talking about to be honest... It's an animation, not real life. Plus horses have a 4 beat gallop... not what you said. :|
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Ninchiru Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
Of course it's an animation and it's very well done. Sorry if it sounded as if it would be bad. Wasn't meant like that.

Well, I just know horses which touch the ground in three beats. First one hind hoof, then one hind and one front hoof and then the second front hoof. After that all hooves are in the air a short time (In Germany is that called the hovering phase). All together we call that "3 tact/beat gallop". 
Sorry if that isn't good explained. I'm not as good with English ^^;
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Wild-Hearts Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Student General Artist
If you thought it was well done you wouldn't have commented telling me it's wrong. 

You're thinking of a canter, I'm sure.
As I said before, the gallop is a 4-beat movement!! www.equusite.com/articles/basi…

But if we're being picky, NONE of my art on this account is anatomically correct, so this comment is completely pointless. 
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Ninchiru Featured By Owner May 26, 2014
I'm not picky. But okay. If you are a bit sensitive about misunderstandings, then I'll better shut my mouth now. 
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Jeff-Tha-Killer Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2014
yes, i can definitely see power in his gallop :D nice work!
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Wild-Hearts Featured By Owner May 24, 2014  Student General Artist
Thanks! :)
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