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Just picked this add on up and the folks at DD knocked this one out of the park!

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And....... are the building models and textures high resolution?

After the huge kerfuffle over Orbx London landmarks, inquiring minds want to know!

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1 hour ago, HiFlyer said:

And....... are the building models and textures high resolution?

After the huge kerfuffle over Orbx London landmarks, inquiring minds want to know!

I'm definitely not an expert in this area but they look quite good. The manual states "Over 1500 custom-made buildings incl. the whole downtown, bridges, stadiums, harbors/marinas,trains, memorials and other objects; all FPSfriendly, with night textures and PBR effects". Here are some closeup images:

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Bumped into these, online....

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Did you stretch that image of the White House in a photo editor or does it appear that tall in the scenery?  Looks like the rows of hangars at KBMG, Bloomington, Indiana, USA.  The KBMG hangars are about 3X normal height.  


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***Stunning*** But ck your six.You might have an F-16 Fighting Falcon ready to put a SideWinder Missile down your tailpipe for entering restricted Air Space 😁


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1 hour ago, fppilot said:

Did you stretch that image of the White House in a photo editor or does it appear that tall in the scenery?  Looks like the rows of hangars at KBMG, Bloomington, Indiana, USA.  The KBMG hangars are about 3X normal height.  

If you click on the screenshot, it will appear normally. Somehow, it became distorted only in the post.

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39 minutes ago, Phantom88 said:

***Stunning*** But ck your six.You might have an F-16 Fighting Falcon ready to put a SideWinder Missile down your tailpipe for entering restricted Air Space 😁

That thought crossed my mind!

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DRZEWIECKI DESIGN did a fantastic job with their Moscow scenery, so I expect that this is equally just as good.

I'm getting ready to install it now.

 

 


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This is looking real good, nice work from the Scenerymaker - and nice shots..

 

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