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The short is about a coach who's trying to teach his players how to play baseball. All of the players are wearing vans in the scenes and the surfaces range from the dirt on a baseball, concrete, and grass.

Would you guys use different pairs of vans for each actor even though they're the same on picture? I don't want the foot steps to walk over each other, no pun intended.

Thank you!

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  • Maybe record a quick test with three different Foley artists wearing the same shoes and see if the difference in the persons weight is enough? – SqueakyFish May 13 '13 at 1:44
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I'd tend to think more about the characters than what they are literally wearing. Is one dude goofy and heavy-footed? Is one more nimble? Does Jimmy only have one leg? etc

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I have many pairs of Vans shoes and quite honestly I can not audibly tell them apart. As James said, I would focus more on the characters than the shoes.

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