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-RELEASED- Bremen International Airport | EDDW | BRE

Looking good! Used to visit Bremen on business when I lived in Dusseldorf... years ago. Looking forward to rekindle the memories.
 
It's a simple question indeed. But mostly ask as a sign of eagerness. I am keen on this scenery as well, mate ;-) but relating to the quality of work and the skills to be need, we can't expect Jetman to update this ambitious work each day or week. If there are any updates, fine. If not, we have to be curious about things to come....
 
Hi all together,

I know it was a bit quite but I was still working hard on Bremen in the meantime.
Now almost all buildings along the apron are completely done, the main terminal is still missing some of its interior so the window front is still opaque but will be transparent as soon as everything is ready ;-)
Next will be the groundpoly (it was not the first thing I did as I usually do...) and the Airbus facilities. Thanks to my dad who really helped me with the construction of some buildings the majority of the sourounding buildings of "Airport Stadt" are also modelled but still have no textures (the models are not included in the renderings)
Please note that all airside details will also follow later on. Most of the airport specific vehicles are already done but not yet placed.

I am really happy that you like my work so far. Despite its many details the airport is pretty low on polygons and I paid a lot of attention in reducing polys without making compromises in terms of details...

Here are some shots of the actual progress:

View from the south east. Showing the former "Lufthansa Verkehrsfliegerschule" (recently renamed in "Lufthansa Aviation Training"), the terminal with apron control, the extended Lufthansa lounge windows and the "Atlantic Hotel Airport" in the background


The ATC facilities which also house Bremen Radar as well as Germania hangar, the former LSG Sky cCHefs building and fire brigade and in the background the hangar and tank of the de-icing trucks



View from the opposite direction


Terminal detail: baggage processing area and the Non-Schengen arrival
 
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Textures are made in Photoshop. Each texture is "hand-drawn"/ composed by different textures samples. Quite a lot of work but it pays of in the end -I think.
 
Thanks a lot for your feedback! Work is progressing well at the moment. More and more buildings come to live and finally the groundpoly is also "in progress".
For modelling I use 3ds Max 2016, for texturing Photoshop CC2018.
As far as the next destination is concerned: It will be an airport which is also a destination from Bremen by multiple airlines and is more the less a holiday airport again ;-)
 
Thanks a lot for your feedback! Work is progressing well at the moment. More and more buildings come to live and finally the groundpoly is also "in progress".
For modelling I use 3ds Max 2016, for texturing Photoshop CC2018.
As far as the next destination is concerned: It will be an airport which is also a destination from Bremen by multiple airlines and is more the less a holiday airport again ;-)
Antalya maybe? That would be awesome :)
But could be something like Kos aswell.
 
Will probably be Antalya as FSDG will do the airport (maybe only LITE i dont remember). But it will be a big step up for you as until now you just did smaller airport but therefore in superb quality :)
 
Hi guys,

After some time here is an update:
All buildings of the airport itself are modeled an almost fully textured (~95%). All buildings of the surrounding "Airport City" are modelled as well as most of the Bremen specific vehicles. You can expect new (this time also in game) images within the next weeks.
And for all guesses:
Antalya is correct. Research is already complete and some structures could have also be seen in my 3dsMax ;-)
As usual: if you have any good imagery of AYT airport please contact me!
 
Hi guys,

After some time here is an update:
All buildings of the airport itself are modeled an almost fully textured (~95%). All buildings of the surrounding "Airport City" are modelled as well as most of the Bremen specific vehicles. You can expect new (this time also in game) images within the next weeks.
And for all guesses:
Antalya is correct. Research is already complete and some structures could have also be seen in my 3dsMax ;-)
As usual: if you have any good imagery of AYT airport please contact me!

Great! Looking forward to both sceneries :)
 
Here is a preview of all specific vehicles and aircraft which will be placed all over the apron. Only the BK-117 of DRF is still missing...
More progress shots will follow soon!

Best regards and thanks for any feedback!

Overview of everything:


Large vehicles:


Basler BT-67 "Polar 5" of Alfred Wegener Institut for Polar Research, Citation CJ1+ of Lufthansa Aviation Training and some aircraft for the maintenance area of Atlas Air Service as well as a Cessna 172 of HFC


specially painted stairs

GSE




and service vehicles including PRM service, airline maintenance (LH and Germania) and handling agent ahs...
 
Those models are AMAZING! That is the coolest Fire truck I have ever seen modelled. Really looking forward to this super high quality airport.

Cheers,
 
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