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Old 09-05-2009   #1
angelscrest
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Exclamation Rigging Beginner Seeking Advice

Hello! I am taking a Maya rigging class at my local community college. The teacher is obviously very smart, and knows the subject well, but he is talking way over my head.

I took Maya about 3 years ago, and learned a little modelling. I was hoping the teacher would open with a review of the tools, but he launched into detali about the rig itself, and the how the parent moves the child.

I don't want to drop out, and think if I get a good basic rigging book, and perhaps a very basic rigging DVD, I might be able to survive the class.

HELP!

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Old 09-06-2009   #2
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may be a good start - never know.
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Old 09-06-2009   #3
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Question Thanks, But

Do you have any advice for me?

Is there a book that anyone can recommend?

I would be ever so grateful!

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