Figuring out a walk-cycle is an entry-level test of your ability to animate. It was the first thing I fully animated (which isn't much, considering it was only 32 frames looped 4 times). This taste of animation is really what got me hooked on wanting to make more!
Although it is possible to animate a walk-cycle with a minimal number of drawings, I consider it to be better to have around six per angle (with an exception to the profile angles). This chart provides all the basic shapes needed to draw a walk-cycle for a character wearing sneakers/trainers at eight angles. Flip the image if you need the left shoe. Since I remember having a LOT of trouble drawing feet, I highly encourage beginners to trace these drawings (experienced artists should just use it as a reference). Please link back to me if you use it.
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