Hi Mark. Sol is looking good. Don't forget to rotate/pivot the pelvis and chest (opposites) as the legs and arms go forward and back.
Hey Alan, there is a 10 degree on both opposites, but if you think it needs me please say
Hi Mark, yes a little more would work/read better. Also, the link below is for an updated version of the 'pose library' I mentioned to you a while ago. It's a simple Maya plugin that stores character poses and animations for you in a menu so you can re-use them. For example, you can make a set of phonemes and save them in one menu, body poses in another, and animated sequences in another etc.http://www.studiolibrary.com/download
And...Tweenmachine if you've not come across that already. It's a simple script that allows you to create a percentage bias (inbetween/breackdown) between keyframes. Generally, I use a combination of both scripts to speed things up.https://github.com/alexwidener/tweenMachine
Thankyou Alan, that's the question I was going to ask you tomorrow about the studio library