I have started posting some quick and simple tutorials/videotutorials on rigging at my site. Let me clarify: this is not a “how to rig a dog” thing is more like a bunch of notes from my working desktop. It’s meant for people starting rigging and facing common problems.
Take a look at www.malefico3d.org/blog-en/?p=15 (first issue english version)
or www.malefico3d.org/blog/?p=21 (same thing in spanish)
Para los hispanoparlantes: los textos en los videotutoriales estan en ingles… pero son poquitos y fundamentalmente atajos de teclado
Fix the link in your URL it now have dubble http in it resulting in a 404.
Good tips. Thanks. With that “more to come” I’ve added the site to my bookmarks.
ChevyVanDuden: I don’t see where is the bad link. Where ?
Orinoco: more to come soon
Hola Malefico, I had fixed the links before you posted.
Oh cool Fligh thank you ! I thought I was already blind !
malefico, thank you so much for the tips about rigging. Please keep them coming. I bookmark your page and would love to see more tips related to rigging. Thank you, frew
I thought about bumping this up just for letting you know I have been updating this section over the past months. You can find all articles posted under “Rigger Tips” in my blog.
I kept posting both in english and spanish.
http://www.malefico3d.org/blog-en/?cat=8 (Rigger Tips, english section)
http://www.malefico3d.org/blog/?cat=9 (Same thing, en español !!!)
The “Rigger Tips” are meant for the guy that already started rigging characters and got into trouble. Is not meant as a tutorial list in the sense that I’m not covering/repeating well known solutions to rigging problems you can find in Blender Foundation DVDs or other sources. I just try to give random tips based on my own experiences.
Anyway, hope it helps.