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Touring The US in the 737

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I've been having a lot of fun in this plane (IGEX 737) and have been flying it all over the US. Next week, Europe.

The last 2 were around Area 51, the Sedan crater created in a nuclear test 1962 at the nevada test range, just outside of area 51. 

 

Rob

 

 

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Great looking screenshots...looks like realworld scenery!

 

HLJAMES

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Wonderful shots. Do I actually see a nuke going off in the last two? o.O


Kenneth Andersen

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Superb shots!  


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lovely shots except for the last two. atomic bombs?

 

love the lights in the first shots. xplane is great for lighting. absolutely love shot5. very nice.

 

and is that vanilla 10.5 with Skymaxxpro or what? I haven't bought/obtained ANY addons for XPlane yet but shots like these make me wonder what the heck am I waiting for!

 

great set.


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Looks to me like you are using Reshade, correct? 


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Brynjar Mauseth 

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Great!!! Love those panel shots :smile:


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Patrick

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Looks to me like you are using Reshade, correct? 

 

Look closer and you'll see that it's X-Plane.

 

The post processing plug-in he uses is called MaxxFX 1.0 though.

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Look closer and you'll see that it's X-Plane.

 

The post processing plug-in he uses is called MaxxFX 1.0 though.

 

 

I know its X-Plane, but I thought Reshade was applicable on several games.


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Outstanding shots!  Enjoyed every one of them and some of your best to date.


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Rob, I love your shots and love your posts. But would I fly in a narrow body with you? .....no freekin" way!  :lol:

 

I love cockpit shots but if you are going to show them to the likes of me....you gotta know your stuff.  :Nerd:

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