Which rigging tutorial?

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  01 January 2014
Which rigging tutorial?

Hello guys i want to learn rigging in Maya. I am a modeler about 2 years but i dont have any knowledge about rigging. I searched online lots of people are talking about 3 tutorials;

1-Animator Friendly Rigging
2-Art of Rigging

I have looked some example videos from that tutorials and they seem very old. Do you really suggest these tutorials right now? If yes which one should i start? If no; which tutorial series do you recommend?

Thank you very much.
  01 January 2014
AFR goes very deep into rigging concepts, and despite being old, the techniques and concepts didnt feel outdated for me. Get it. I even heared Jason Schleifer made it free, but im not sure. You can learn much detail and fancy new stuff from blogs, cgtalk and youtube later.
  01 January 2014
If you can only afford to get one of those then go for Animator Friendly Rigging. The videos may not be new but the techniques you learn are still awesome and really great.

I would also highly recommend you eventually get the Art of Rigging books. They're a great rigging resource, especially for techniques with mechanical rigging.
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  01 January 2014
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