tonywob

Oceano County Airport L52 (WIP)

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Here are a few WIP shots of my current project, Oceano County Airport L52 in California. Anyone who uses PilotEdge will probably recognise this airfield immediately, but for others it is a fantastic little GA airfield near to coast in a very scenic part of the state:

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Thanks to many of the on-site photographs provided to me by the airfield, this should be a fairly accurate photoreal representation of L52. I'll also try to include an ortho for the surrounding area with more accurately placed autogen, as the default overlays fills the beach and dunes with trees.

Some additional features for XP11 are normal/PBR maps for many of the buildings which makes them accurately react to the light and adds some nice realism, especially to the hangars

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That looks amazing! 

Did you ever release the CA forest mod for ortho? I've really been looking forward to that. 

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Not yet, I found a large gap in the data (around Oceano out of all places), so I sent them a bug report about it, since the data should be there

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Thanks for the update and keep up the good work! Can't wait for L52 as well as I'm a PE user, but I think your forest mod(s) are going to be a game changer with ortho4xp.

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Will you be modeling the massive trailer park that sits just beyond the Eastern perimeter? 

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7 hours ago, ZLA Steve said:

Will you be modeling the massive trailer park that sits just beyond the Eastern perimeter? 

I'm currently working on the surroundings, at the moment the water treatment plant, so eventually I'll get to it

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Very nice work.  This is where XP shines above all else, a strong tools support and a strong community. 

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Tony...is there some guidance to an ETA, for this fabulous work of yours?

I've gone through 665 bibs...trying to keep my shirt front dry....:(

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