David Rosenfeld Tel Aviv Previews

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Every now and then, David Rosenfeld releases a few screenshots of his current in-development project, Tel Aviv Ben Gurion airport. David Rosenfeld announced this project in June of 2017, and though we have no idea what the status of the scenery is and how far away we might be from an eventual release, it does seem to come along rather nicely. The last two screenshots, posted over on Facebook, show off a large part of the runway layout as well as the main terminal building. It’s also featuring what seems to be very accurate and detailed looking photorealistic ground textures.

Thanks to Dag from our Discord for the heads up.

Tags : Ben GurionDavid RosenfeldLLBGPreviewSceneryTel Aviv

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Dutch guy that got lost and now lives in Finland. Flight simmer by day, mobile developer by night. Or vice versa.

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He needs to really up his texturing game. this is no better than his previous version

True, his most recent Milan Malpensa scenery is also not very impressive in terms of texture quality or in details like the ground vehicles. I read on his Facebook page that he’s 71 already, so maybe (no offence, since I know it’s getting harder to learn new things the older you get) it’s difficult for him to learn new techniques.

A few hours ago (after the release of this article), David Rosenfeld wrote on Facebook that he hopes to release in the first half of 2019.