I'm making videos to show the robot moving.
When I finally get videos made I send them to YouTube under the general title: Pistonrobot Walking.
It's stop-motion technique. All the stances are in the drawing, separated by layers, you let just one layer be visible at a time, then export a 2D image of the robot of that layer, collect these images and stitch them together to make a video. It's hard to "see" if the feet have been moved to just the correct place to make a video that doesn't have strange jerky type motions. I needed to see all the feet together and I figured out how to paste numbers all over the feet, so that if one area of a foot overlaps and you can't figure out its number, you can just look somewhere else. For example, I don't think the left foot of stance number 7 is correct, I'm working on it. It makes a cool looking image.