Originally Posted by Austin55
My dad works with the guy who desgined the Alaskan Airlines logo. its pretty scary,IMO
did you make those planes? i tryed,I made a bullet with holes and triangles sticking of the edge
I painted all of the planes from scratch...really long and grueling, took me about 30 minutes per plane on average, with some taking over an hour. The actual plane models aren't mine though (though I have heavily edited some like the Dash 8 Q400)...they were made by a guy with the Google username WilliamT.
I have about 12 different aircraft in about 70 different variations of US airline liveries, so it's taken me a helluva long time to complete my collection.
Originally Posted by Aleks0o01
Great, a new airport. I love the details but the design is a little plain. I love the atrium though, it looks bad ass.
I know what you mean, the design is very plain. Unfortunately, that is basically the airport design of the future: big long straight and parallel terminals...yawn. Fortunately, I will likely alter the design in time, because I'm sort of the old fashioned 60's O'Hare airport design enthusiast.
Thanks for the compliments on the atrium...actually, I'd be incorrect to say that it's done...I'll likely add more to it in the future.
I'm also changing this project idea from a mid-size international airport to, well, "if I designed the Boise Airport, this is how I would've done it." sort of thing. Interesting thing to note, all of the airplanes you see above are airplanes you'd see if you were in Boise around 6am. At least, judging by airline schedules.