In many (not all) instances the longer to goes along with added weight via artificial aids when one states a boxed statement like "lengthen the toe" and etc. Many times the toe is left long but so isnt the heel in conjunction and you get a stilted effect. This increases animation also. Long toes and flat heels can create paceiness. I simply try to stay with the natural angle simlar to the angle of the shoulder giving or taking some as needed. I mkight square off a toe in the back to increase break over depending on the situation.
To long of toes can hinder break over time and create a more pacey effect.
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Last edited by ZaneyZanne123; 01-02-2014 at 04:12 AM.