• Taburet - Night 3D British Isles

    Taburet - Night 3D British Isles

    A nocturnal scenery for for those who like to live life at night; more for those simmers who like to fly at night! Covers: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.

    Specifically designed 3D light bulbs for 3D night light effects are placed on top of every type of road to provide a night blooming display of lights all over England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man.

    It can be used on its own or on top of other scenery such as vectors or photorealistic works. Installation is straight forward with an autoinstaller; just a matter of a couple of clicks. All Night3D Products feature two different light colored models and night splash roads effects.

    Blooming light effects provide a great effect to this kind of scenery therefore is recommended to have it ticked on.

    This scenery was produced by Taburet using Gmax and Scenproc with OpenStreetMap data.

    Now supports Prepar3D v4!

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