P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

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P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby Bugdani » Thu Jul 30, 2020 7:25 am

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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby Aharon » Thu Jul 30, 2020 3:12 pm

Great desert landscape!!! What do you use for desert ground textures, please?

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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby Bugdani » Thu Jul 30, 2020 5:48 pm

Aharon wrote:Great desert landscape!!! What do you use for desert ground textures, please?

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Thank you!
It is the default AF2's Utah landscape!

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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby Splitpin » Thu Jul 30, 2020 6:10 pm

Great shot Dani ...you do work that Sim well :thumbup:
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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby emfrat » Thu Jul 30, 2020 8:39 pm

As soon as I saw it, I thought "That's AFS2" and sure enough it was :)
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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby Aharon » Fri Jul 31, 2020 3:35 am

Dani,

Thanks for answer.

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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby Jeffref » Fri Jul 31, 2020 2:18 pm

That's a nice tease but could we see more of the P38?
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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby emfrat » Fri Jul 31, 2020 4:42 pm

Jeffref wrote:That's a nice tease but could we see more of the P38?


Hello, Jeff - Here's some I took around the Grand Canyon. Not in Dani's league by a long way :rolleyes:

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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby Jeffref » Sat Aug 01, 2020 7:08 pm

That has to be the best Grand Canyon scenery yet, and the P38's are not too shabby either. Does AFS cover the whole world, the blurb only talks about the US Southwest and Europe?
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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby emfrat » Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:10 pm

Jeffref wrote:That has to be the best Grand Canyon scenery yet, and the P38's are not too shabby either. Does AFS cover the whole world, the blurb only talks about the US Southwest and Europe?


Not yet, but it is growing all the time, thanks to a strong community of developers making freeware scenery. The basic install covers largely the bottom left hand quarter of the US, but there are some addons from IPACS, some free, some payware, as well as ORBX and the France VFR Ile de France/ Paris payware There is also a freeware Paris, which preceded that one. I have a lot of NY/ NE Coast scenery as well, but nothing in between, as yet.

Not a lot for Oz, or for NZ, but one chap has made a lot of photoscenery for almost the entire Southland, and a mesh for the South Island. Hi-res photo scenery but the default AFS2 mesh doesn't help. I have made a reasonable photo for the Chathams, but I need a better mesh. I have also done photo scenery for an area where the diagonal is from Westport to Paraparaumu, but the colouration needs quite a lot of fixing, and of course no buildings or trees, yet. I try to use only LINZ data, but some other sources have fewer clouded areas, or other errors, so I finish up with a hybrid. Given the state of the US, it would be great if NZ could take over NASA, and photograph the entire country in one day, but that is just a dream :rolleyes:

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Re: P38 Anticline Overlook, Utah.

Postby Jeffref » Tue Aug 04, 2020 5:25 pm

AFS is a possibility but I am holding off util the end of the year to see whether MFS adds a disc option to NZ. Both would depend on using my existing scenery which is up to about 5TB to date including the North Island and half of the South. I can live with 32 bit textures for aircraft so the default is going to continue to be FSX, but a slow(ish) internet connection means on line flying is not an option.
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