How does she do that?

Watch this woman lope along on all fours.

She would be perfect for portraying loping animals using motion capture technology, most famously seen with Andy Serkis playing Gollum in the Lord of the Rings films.


  1. John Morales says

    Humans are adapted for bipedalism, thus the very awkward neck position. “Back” legs bend the wrong way for proper loping.

    It would take a lot of practice to build up to it, I reckon.

    Still, it’s a fallback for people with certain neurological damage:

  2. Rob Grigjanis says

    Really strong arms, and flexibility. I’ll bet she trained as a gymnast.

  3. Holms says

    The more important question is why does she do that? The neck posture in particular looks fucking awful.

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