Microsoft Flight Simulator
Flight Simulator Airfield Design
These links will help you to start
Declaration: Alan Blencowe does not have any financial interests in any payware companies or sites and apart from FSX and FenceBuilderPro, all scenery projects are developed totally free of reliance on payware. Models created by Alan Blencowe with freeware can be used in freeware projects with permission.
I would love to help you to start
Optional - Install the Runway 12 scenery libraries (Free)
This was designed for FS9 but many airfields still use the models so these can be placed in a separate scenery index
13 Install GIMP as an alternative to Photoshop. (Free)
14 Install GMAX to create your 3D models. (Free)
Godzone (NZ) has some good tutorials
to put your models into a scenery library
16 Install DXTBmp and drivers by Martin Wright as your graphics editor. (Free)
You use BMP files in GMAX and flip and change them to DDS for the simulator
17 Install Model Converter X 1.1 by Arno Gerretson (Free)
to change old API files to 3DS models which you can import into GMAX
18 Install Fence Builder Pro by Don Grovestine (Payware)
I'm sorry, you know I'm tight but this will cost you about $25 Aust and you must admit it beats the default fences that only work on flat ground.
Here are some Addon style guides and textures for rural fences that I created after a suggestion from Don
This zip contains:
This Excellent little modelling tool is the
You can slew it as usual or fly it like a Bell Helicopter, view from the cockpit
to take screenshots without obstruction and slew to place objects extremely
accurately. In this image of Kalbarri, I will be using it to position my
fences right up to the objects. Just place it in simobjects as you would
any other aircraft.
There are about 1300 locations in WA alone so why not try a simple one for yourself? Email me if you want support to get started.
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