Do all four of a horse's hooves leave the ground when in full gallop? Indeed they do, and these are the works of the photographer who proved it. Muybridge's groundbreaking studies captured thousands of such subtle movements. This amazing collection features 167 photographic sequences of 34 different ... read more
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Do all four of a horse's hooves leave the ground when in full gallop? Indeed they do, and these are the works of the photographer who proved it. Muybridge's groundbreaking studies captured thousands of such subtle movements. This amazing collection features 167 photographic sequences of 34 different animals and birds, from horses to sloths, as they run, fly, leap, and perform other characteristic actions. Essential for illustrating animals, these eye-catching strips are great for art and craft projects, too. Special Bonus: includes 10 Flash animations plus 15 photographic sequences that are ready to be animated.
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