Lanzarote Island 1.0.0

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Photo Scenery

Made with "AeroScenery" free software from Nick Hod and images courtesy of Bing.


Hope you like it?;)


Michael.:)

  • Version 1.0.0

  • Michael, I would like to thank you once again for the great work and wonderful scenery of "Islas Canarias".


    I have a question. How do you make this wonderful and smooth transition between water (sea) and land?

    Could you describe that briefly, please?


    I would like to create sceneries for Italy, Slovenia, Croatia and these countries, as you know, have a lot of coastline.

    It would help me a lot, if I knew how to do it.


    Many Thanks.


    Jakob

    • Its very easy. I use a FREE photo editor called "Paint.net" but you can use any.


      You set up the colour R=7, G=23 and B=46. This colour is as near to the default FS 2 water that I can get.


      You then have to edit all the coastline satellite pictures that you downloaded with "AeroScenery".


      Hope this helps you?


      Kindest Regards,


      Michael.

    • Michael, thank you for your answer.


      At the moment I can not do anything with it, but I will download "Paint.net" and try to get along with it.


      Many Thanks.

      Jakob

    • Maybe I could do a tutorial for the IPACS Forum?

    • Yes, Michael. That would be really fantastic!


      You can do that really well. For example, your tutorial in IPACS-forum about creating "Cultivation" is very well explained. Just for dummies, like me.


      Many Thanks.

      Jakob

    • No one is a dummy.


      I had to learn the hard way as it seems on most flight sims that those that know are reluctant to share their knowledge.


      I had to burn a lot of midnight oil and drink lots of tea, very British, to work out how this magic works.


      I will do a tutorial based on editing the coastlines and sea.


      It will be my pleasure to share my very limited knowledge.


      Michael.

  • Thank you Michael for all your wonderful work.

    Yes, I like it all!


    Regards, Jakob