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FS2004 PHJH Kapalua West Maui Airport

Discussion in 'Showroom' started by gaputz, 14 Jan 2017.

  1. jackryan

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    This is still on my watch list. Cant wait to see it :)

    Sean
     
  2. gaputz

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    Sean, thanks for your continuing interest.

    I decided to include the rooftop Hyatt Regency Maui Heliport (HI50) in the scenery. For that reason, I am working on putting much more detail into the Hyatt resort models. This will delay completion of the project. And, it is hockey playoffs.....

    Here is a Gmax WIP rendering of the top part of the Hyatt tower with the helipad.

    Greg
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  3. gaputz

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    Finally finished the main models for the Hyatt resort, including the Lahaina Tower with the helipad. I need to do some more texture work and then the last resort tower on the beach front. I will then return to putting the final touches on the airport itself. So, the scenery will include two airports - PHJH Kapalua-West and the HI50 Hyatt Helipad. Inching closer to completion!

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  4. gaputz

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    A quick update for anyone still following progress on this project. The Kaanapali Beach area is more or less done. A few more smaller buildings to fill in here and there, as well as some more trees. Many of the trees are custom trees based on photos I took Maui I'm back to the airport now working on some finishing touches. I've finished the AWOS station and models of the FEDEX vehicles typically seen at the airport. Here are a couple screen shots.

    Cheers,
    Greg PHJH-WIP-28JUN2017-2.jpg PHJH-WIP-28JUN2017-1.jpg
     
  5. antaris

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    I almost don't believe it is designed for FS9, wonderful work my friend!

    All the best,
    Sergio.
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  6. jackryan

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    Greg,

    This is truly a work of art. Can wait to fly in my 300 around the area!

    Sean
     
  7. jackryan

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    Hows this going? Need a beta tester? :)

    Sean
     

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