A natural, easy, man's walk can be drawn over sixteen frames.
A natural, but fast, woman's walk could work effectively drawn over eight frames, although, again, the demands of the scene would dictate this.
To get more subtlety and fluidity into your walks, there are other points to consider. In all the illustrations so far, we have considered the body as more or less an oval with matchstick arms and legs stuck on. In reality, however, the human body is quite flexible, with rotating and bending joints. Consider the two key step positions, when seen in a more natural form.
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