re: “And for your information these are three different views of the same throwing sequence.”
—That may be true of the upper half–it’s hard to be sure, but let’s take your word for it.
However, I was questioning the value of a model, even if it is a gold-colored one, that appends a single top-half sequence on two different bottom-half images that are nearly static.
Surely, my good engineer, you are not claiming that the golden pitcher’s post leg is in the same position in clip #2 as it is in clip #3.
Take another look–maybe I am missing something.
But really, if you look at it carefully, or even casually if your visual acuity is good, it appears that clip #1 and clip #3 use the same bottom-half model while clip #2 uses a bottom-half representation that is completely different…#2 has his post foot very high, as it might be in the follow-through of a delivery, while #1 and #3 have the post foot toes-to-the-ground, as if this golden fellow was scratching out a drag line during his approach to the release point.
So…even if these are models for demonstrating something about backward chaining, it appears that your sequencing of the images is incorrect, no?