As you can see, we have fixed the notorious bad drawing, with all that that entailed, and also improved the animation of the goose. (Notice the taped-on extensions to the animation paper at the left of the screen, giving the goose room to maneuver.) The addition of the skirt animation helps a lot, but it interestingly softens the effect of her leg kicking out because the movement brings the skirt out with it. I tried another version where the skirt stays behind but found I was getting all involved in complex wrinkles and folds; in the end I found it simpler and more elegant to let the fabric behave as you see here.
Let's compare it with the original version for contrast:
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