Australia Sceneries in progress

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VH-EEE
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Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by VH-EEE » Sun May 10, 2020 9:26 am

Hi all,
Just wondering what Australian scenery's are currently being worked on .

Just a post of progress and people not doubling up doing the same scenery .

Thanks in advance
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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by jwharington2 » Sun May 10, 2020 10:03 pm

I'm nearly finished preparing NE Victoria.

VH-EEE
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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by VH-EEE » Mon May 11, 2020 2:51 am

Nice , i,m just learning scenery .
Thanks for the update , will be good for the Australian gliding scene and clubs may get on board using the local scenery for training .
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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by Alanm » Sat May 16, 2020 12:19 am

I am working on Narromine. You will be able to fly from Keepit to NAR. Still early stages.
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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by jwharington2 » Thu Jul 23, 2020 6:49 pm

Hi all,

I am in the process of uploading three new Australian sceneries to Condor Club: North East Victoria, South East Victoria, and West Victoria.

Descriptions as follows:

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North East Victoria, Australia

Based on operations from the Gliding Club of Victoria in Benalla, Australia, this region offers a scenic mix of mountain and flatland
flying. GCV has twice hosted World Gliding Championships.

This Landscape pack uses a combination of ultra-high and high resolution textures and a massive number of 3d objects including buildings,
fences, overhead power lines and livestock throughout --- all based on actual databases. The region spans 368 x 368 km, and has 39 airfields.

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West Victoria, Australia

Based on operations from Horsham in West Victoria, Australia (home of the popular Horsham Week Coaching and Competition events), this region features flat land flying extending from lush pastoral fields in the south, to desert in the north.

This Landscape pack uses a combination of ultra-high and high resolution textures and a massive number of 3d objects including buildings, fences, overhead power lines and livestock throughout --- all based on actual databases. The region spans 276 x 368 km, and has 15 airfields.

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South East Victoria, Australia

Based on operations from Leongatha in South East Victoria, Australia, this region features a scenic variety of terrain from built-up areas
on Melbourne's outskirts, to heavily forested mountains along the great dividing range, rolling pastoral hills extending to ocean
beaches.

The Landscape pack uses a combination of ultra-high and high resolution textures and a massive number of 3d objects including buildings,
fences, overhead power lines and livestock throughout --- all based on actual databases. The region spans 253 x 207 km, and has 10 airfields.

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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by Sprunga » Fri Jul 24, 2020 4:59 am

Thank you for the Victorian Scenery. I learnt to glide at Horsham so I'm very keen to have a look at that! Are they still uploading?

Cheers

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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by jwharington2 » Fri Jul 24, 2020 8:07 am

Yes still uploading, but PM me and I'll send you a link to a download on google drive.

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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by jwharington2 » Tue Jul 28, 2020 6:36 am

All three Victorian sceneries are available on condor-club.eu now.

Some statistics for those interested in the details, for NE Victoria region:

Size (km): 368.64 368.64
Buildings: 71412 items
Fences: 387117 km
Livestock: 356641 animals
Wind turbines: 0
Comms masts: 96
Low voltage power: 50944 poles/towers, 25897 km
Medium voltage power: 1977 poles/towers, 4138 km
High voltage power: 196 poles/towers, 2042 km
Airfields: 40

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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by Sprunga » Wed Jul 29, 2020 8:50 am

I have downloaded Western Victoria as you know. Great scenery and great detail. I even found the holiday cottages my Parents built in Halls Gap with correct positioning of the buildings! Very impressive.!
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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by Roger Lavers » Sat Aug 01, 2020 6:42 am

I have made several attempts to follow the tutorial so I could make scenery for the New England region of New South Wales.
When I learnt to glide back in the early 70's I lived in Armidale. I was a teacher, Ian McPhee was a student teacher and Brad Edwards was a student at Armidale High School. The latter two certainly made the most of their gliding expertise.
A few years after I left Armidale the gliding club moved to Lake Keepit.
If no one else is working on this area I'll persevere. I'm now living in Campbelltown, NSW, and if anyone living in the Sydney area has succeded in making scenery I would appreciate help to get me on the right track.

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Re: Australia Sceneries in progress

Post by jwharington2 » Thu Aug 13, 2020 2:04 pm

Alby and I have commenced work on West Australia. It will follow the same style and level of detail as our Victorian sceneries (buildings, powerlines, fences, livestock etc). PM me if you would like to be involved in testing.

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