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Thanks for your response. I understand what you are saying. One suggestion I have regards the difficulty I have experienced with this kind of thing when individual images overlap one another. You don't want to have large empty spaces between images, but I also think the effect can be hurt when there is too much overlap, as occurs toward the end of the pass in this case. One problem is that you have to make decisions about which layer is on top/behind, and this can create the illusion that individual images are in different planes, when that simply can't be true. Thus, I would recommend deleting the third image from the right, where her back is almost parallel to the mat, since it has two other images in front of it. I know that will leave quite a 'movement' gap, since she'll go from approaching the mat with her head to landing on her feet, but I'm thinking it might reduce the complexity just a bit.