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simple 3d model example using openGl & c++

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hello guys

right now i just started doing some opengl graphic with C++,
and i trying to find a simple example about animal .

however, i coudn't seem to find any useful example from google.
anyone know any website that can provide me with a source code
that creating animail using opengl and c++

moreover, i also need the example of how to animate those 3d.

any suggestion'd be appreciate

thxxx
Tom
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check the gamedev.net and in hosted sites area take a brief look at nehe's ogl tutorials :) that's the best what you can get around (in my opinion) nehe wrote it when he was a begginer himself so all codes are well commented and documented.. it aloso discuss some advanced ogl programming as well
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hi,
Ok the best link for starting and progressing speedily is :

http://nehe.gamedev.net/lesson.asp?index=01

Regards.
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