2.76Mb (2137 downloads)
This is the Static Eurofighter for FSX that you can place in your scenery by the "Object Placement Tool". There are 4 models of the plane "Austria and Germany". Modeled by Guy Diotte.
Posted Apr 24, 2009 11:18 by Guy Diotte
1.88Mb (934 downloads)
This is a German tank library file to use with EZ-Scenery object placer to add to scenery in FS2004. Have fun.
Posted Mar 16, 2009 18:31 by Andreas Guethling
0.67Mb (3654 downloads)
FSX Scenery Objects--Lights! This is a library of objects aimed at the freeware developer. It's a little bit of everything from single lights to stadium lighting to tarmac lighting. All objects are native FSX and built with Gmax and the SP-2/Acceleration SDK. All lights wash the ground and have a "lit" presentation in addition to the ground wash during the hours between dusk and dawn. By Jim Dhaenens.
Posted Feb 14, 2009 03:46 by Jim Dhaenens
2.10Mb (634 downloads)
This MDL/XML object was made with FSDS 3.5.1 and compiled for FSX A bowling Alley with a land-able roof and working neon light, it also has smoking chimneys in the winter months. For scenery designers only. By Scott Hendrix http://farfyscenery.katuu.com/
Posted Dec 27, 2008 14:59 by Scott Hendrix
0.29Mb (1197 downloads)
An airport water tower with lights and a small helo landing pad. This MDL/XML object was made with FSDS 3.5.1 and compiled for FSX, although it may work for FS9 also. For scenery designers only. By Scott Hendrix 988KB
Posted Nov 3, 2008 17:53 by Scott Hendrix
0.97Mb (1199 downloads)
This MDL/XML object was made with FSDS 3.5.1 and compiled for FSX, although it may work for FS9 also. For scenery designers only. By Scott Hendrix 1.0 MB http://farfyscenery.katuu.com/
Posted Oct 22, 2008 11:25 by Scott Hendrix
0.08Mb (1511 downloads)
Oil Rig Scenery Design Object Scenery Object for placement using such programes as EZ-Scenery Note for Scenery Design: If you want to 'harden' the helicopter landing pad.......platform is 123.5ft above sea level if Oil Rig is placed at 0ft. Godfrey Tier
Posted Aug 14, 2008 04:37 by Aime Leclercq