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MSFS KSZP- Santa Paula - Available

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The famous wild west taxiway

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Curious how other people make their PBR textures, I'm in favor of texture baking, but that seems very tricky when using tools such as Materialize, anyhow here is a shot of one of the doors for the wildwest taxiway
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Wow you just keep amazing me with your progress!! I have been in that very office you modeled!!
 
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Wow you just keep amazing me with your progress!! I have been in that very office you modeled!!
haha glad you recognize it.. really looking forward going there again after spending my days on 3ds max. almost there, just want to keep adding details.
 
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Besides some terraforming issues that didn't show in the SDK its seems stable.
some taildragger SimObjects don't touch the ground in the sim but they do in the SDK, can't get my head around it yet ,see last screenshot:
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Thank you man! means a lot, great job also on Las Americas! Saw it come by the other day.
THANK YOU. I'm working on KLGA, I would love to know your opinions before I release it. You seem to have great eyes for details. Let us know when your airport is ready. I'm gonna buy it.
 
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Please feel free to let me know how I can help, I'd love to!

LaGuardia sounds like a handful! must be an enormous amount of work for you.
I think since I fly in person to the airport before I model them I like to remember the things I notice, like in KSZP the electric wires are everywhere, there are planes and obstacles everywhere and each hangar has character.

Santa Paula has been released about 2 weeks ago, just updated it on Friday for SU5, the link to the product is in my signature below. 👇
 
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Please feel free to let me know how I can help, I'd love to!

LaGuardia sounds like a handful! must be an enormous amount of work for you.
I think since I fly in person to the airport before I model them I like to remember the things I notice, like in KSZP the electric wires are everywhere, there are planes and obstacles everywhere and each hangar has character.

Santa Paula has been released about 2 weeks ago, just updated it on Friday for SU5, the link to the product is in my signature below. 👇
Just bought your airport. Haven't tried it in the sim.

KLGA is a handful. A tremendous amount of work but it will be worth it.

I'll be reaching out to you when it's beta. Thank you.
 
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Very fun place to be. Take-off and landing are for experienced pilots. I love it. I will be returning.
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