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The RJAA P3DV4 Narita Airport I'm developing, Share some pictures

For some very practical reasons, I can only use my spare time to make the RJAA project, so the progress will become relatively slow, but I will definitely complete it.




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I have seen many of the detailed airports are dead along the developing process. I hope this is not another one. Keep it up buddy!
Some projects are too big and too detailed. The modellers get something in life such as family issues, health issue or real life work. Or simply lost attention to the project. It tooks too much efforts and time in one's life.
I am lucky that I have finnished ZBAA after spending 3 years on that project.
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I very much hope it’s just that Zim is taking a break from what must be a very demanding project. I know from personal experience that much smaller airports than Narita can get too much after a while! And working on your own means no deadlines, but also no help.