The second set. Not that people were likely to notice, but the shadows in the earlier ones track the course of a day. There’s also a sense that the man-dog is giving into doggidom and going on all fours more frequently (but I got lazy in the car exhaust fumes and had him on all fours anyway). I’d made a quick sequence about how a man got out his umbrella when it started raining, but the man-dog began running around and splashing in puddles and seeing flying fish. Revelling in the moment and pure-sensation. Not sure how well I communicate these ideas in the actual pieces, but I’m pleased I had them.