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I have not seen Octane move that quickly or kick up that much sand but the rest, particularly the "standing" with the body held to the glass but multiple arms on the substrate looking like he wants to walk pose, all look like Octane and are probably good identifying trademarks. Do you have a very fine "sugar" sand as your substrate?