Like I said, most of it is small quick stuff to fix: - I noticed minimal foot slip, but I did notice some. - The 'ankles' appear to stop in place and hitch just a bit before leaving the ground, this could be due to improper toe rolling. Rolling sooner and watching toe placing and arc pathing of the ankle could help. - The tail could use more secondary movement with the up and down of the body. (more up and down overlap) - It's hard to tell with such a short distance of him walking, but it appears that the body stops moving down a bit too early. Meaning, when the foot lands, I don't see the body continuing down still. Really try 'catching the weight' of the dino by letting the body move down a bit more before recovering for the next 'up'. This is all really nit picking at it though, I think you did an amazing job
Nothing is a small fix when the rendering takes a whole day to finish For that reason I wont go back and fix it but I'll pay more attention to those kind of things when I do something next time Getting the weight of the body to feel right is a real tricky one, especially with an animal this big.