New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Fishy » Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:44 pm

Released!! :D

A custom made Marble Hall Airfield (FAMI), Limpopo, South Africa with photoreal textures and photoreal ground.

The small airfield has been recreated with custom true to life models and photoreal textures. Some of the buildings on the approach to rwy 22 (and even the road-signs) have been modelled with custom true to life models with photoreal textures and the marble works next to the airfield is also included with custom models and custom textures.

The airfield is mostly used by cropdusters and as an added bonus, two static cropdusters are included with the kind permission of their respective developers (a Piper PA-25 Pawnee by Andy Strukowsi and a Turbo Thrush by Marcel du Plessis). Both planes are flyable aircraft (see download details in Readme file) which were converted to static aircraft models by myself.

The paved runway is aligned 04/22 and 1 000m long and sits at an elevation of 3 000ft.
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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Fishy » Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:45 pm

Available as "Buscen02.zip" on Avsim.com and Flightsim.com 8)
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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Adampie » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:11 am

Wow! Fantastic!!
According to the photos you posted it looks exactly like the real deal!
Is there a way to convert the Marble Hall scenery to Fsx?
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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Morne79 » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:57 am

A bit of a delay from Avsim.com and Flightsim.com :( They must be shopping at the black Friday sales :lol:

Anyway, Kobus uploaded this last night already, should be available late this afternoon from these sites.
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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Fishy » Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:15 am

Adampie wrote:Wow! Fantastic!!
According to the photos you posted it looks exactly like the real deal!
Is there a way to convert the Marble Hall scenery to Fsx?

Hi Adam

I had a quick look in FSX and some things work perfectly but obviously there are a lot that doesn't. I am sure there are a few people who did download it and made their "flattens" and "excludes" and other small tweaks to get it to work in FSX but I have not had the time to look at doing that. Going on leave tomorrow so work has been a bit hectic to get everything done.

I will have another look at it when I get back from leave middle December but cannot promise anything..... yet.... :)

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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Nutlang » Sat Dec 02, 2017 5:59 pm

Hey Fishy

I for one are extremely grateful for your work in FS2004. After all these years I still love the FS platform.

Dragon Peak and Marble Hall airports will be include in my VA Flight database for small GA aircraft.

Thank you, really appreciate your work =D>

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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Fishy » Sat Dec 02, 2017 6:38 pm

Thank you for the kind words Nutlang.

Along with X-Plane (now version 11), FS9 is still my sim of choice and I have a few more projects lined up for the old sim :D

I am glad you enjoy the packages.

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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Fishy » Thu Dec 07, 2017 1:06 pm

Shall we take the plunge Morne??? 8)
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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Cornell Blok » Fri Dec 08, 2017 8:18 am

Fishy wrote:Shall we take the plunge Morne??? 8)



Yes !!! =D> =D> =D>
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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Cornell Blok » Fri Dec 08, 2017 11:58 am

Fishy Dragon peaks scenery work in P3D V4 :D :D :D
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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Fishy » Fri Dec 08, 2017 1:34 pm

Cornell Blok wrote:
Fishy wrote:Shall we take the plunge Morne??? 8)



Yes !!! =D> =D> =D>


:lol: :lol: :lol:

Photos will be the biggest challenge but I am in Umchlanga for the next week so maybe I can twist Jaynie's arm to allow me to go and take a few snaps...
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Re: New Southern Africa Scenery for FS2004

Unread postby Fishy » Fri Dec 08, 2017 1:36 pm

Cornell Blok wrote:Fishy Dragon peaks scenery work in P3D V4 :D :D :D

Awesome Cornell! I am really pleased to hear that :D

I haven't even had the time to install it into FSX after Frits converted it for us... :oops:



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