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MSFS KSTL -ST. LOUIS LAMBERT INT. work in progress ~ MSFS, FSX, V4.4+,V5

Just a few days into the GP stage, alignment looking good.


Wow this is absolutely brilliant! May I ask - what method did you use for doing your ground markings in SketchUp?
Looks amazing! As you're finishing this, I could convert everything for FSX so that you can also release an FSX version if you were interested. The modelling and textures here are stunning.
The only issue with the p3d version is that i still have to finish the ground poly for that one, which is completely different than the gp for msfs.... it is - however - halfway done, so when i finish this i may continue working on the p3d version, FSX will probably not be supported, i am straying away from FSX.