Cami De Bellis Releases Kathmandu (VNKT)

Saturday, May 9, 2020

Solo scenery designer Cami De Bellis has released her latest payware airport today, with Kathmandu the newest in the developer's quite varied range of products.

Originally created as freeware back in 2009, De Bellis' the 11 year old scenery is dubbed a "bike" in comparison to today's scenery, considered a "Ferrari" in her hypothetical example.

"After 5 months of hard work, sometimes - for most days - 10/12 hours a day, researching reference photos, charts and every kind of information, I [built] the most beautiful scenery I ever did in this 13 years of X-Plane presence", De Bellis says in an Forum post.

Considered the starting point on the trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp, numerous flights bound for the world's tallest mountain depart every day, whether it be carrying passengers to Lukla or sightseeing trips around the Himalayas.

Feature List:

  • Highly accurate scenery for VNKT-Kathmandu Tribhuvan Airport with all buildings modeled
  • Over 220 custom objects all with Ambient Occlusion
  • DSF mesh created and modified to fix bump terrain and set and correct  the topography of Airport’s area
  • Photo real textures on buildings, vehicles etc.
  • Photorealistic ground textures based on a satellite image
  • Professional ortho imagery 50cm – 25 km square meters – with share license authorization
  • Detailed airport objects and vehicles
  • Custom textured taxiways, runways, and apron
  • Custom surroundings buildings
  • Custom airport lights HD
  • Custom forest and flora trees
  • High resolution building textures – all in 2K and 4K
  • Excellent night effects
  • World Traffic 3 compatible

The developer's previous scenery was released all the way back in December of 2018 with La Tontouta Airport in New Caledonia, see more in a previous article.

Purchase Cami De Bellis' Kathmandu for $26.00 USD from the Store here.

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