Now You Don’t See It … Now You Do

This post is about current progress in illustrating tracking concepts… Finally the initial idea … After two years of learning skills, etc. This clip comes the closest yet to demonstrating the essential goal … And is really just a starting place. From here?  Refining how the foot behaves, illustrating more concepts of tracking. What’s different … More Now You Don’t See It … Now You Do

Useful Tracking Skills … Managing the Sun

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle … Sherlock Holmes … Tracking … When he created Holmes, Sir Arthur had his character develop one primary skill, observing details, sometimes minute or obscure.   And like a talented artist or photographer, Sir Arthur applied shadow – the bad guys, to define his subject – Holmes. Holmes was really good at … More Useful Tracking Skills … Managing the Sun

Which Came First: Collision or Movement ? … What About Falling?

Collisions … One thing that creates movement. The image here is a very slow collision, lasted a couple of days, then someone decided it needed help. Tracks are the leftovers from big collisions: feet colliding with ground to move bodies … Which really were lots of small collisions between feet surface and soil. Every collision … More Which Came First: Collision or Movement ? … What About Falling?