I am pleased to be able to present the next milestone in IPACS history at this point: Japan complete. No, that wasn't a joke on my part - I did the entire country (except for a few islands).
This is the completely hand-restored photo scenery of Japan. Everything flows, seamlessly and smoothly. Of course, it also fits seamlessly into the existing part of the Hakodate scenery.
Here is some statistics:
- Some areas in Tokyo and around Nagasaki airport are higher resolution and in 0.5m/pixel. More will follow. I would still like to do Hiroshima.
- Over 900 restored images
- The spacious ocean, as well as all the coastlines around the entire country with its countless islands, were hand-painted (!) by me. My right arm and shoulder now hurt from this. Forever.
Here is a tiny excerpt to visualize what I mean:
Here any shots:
I hope I was able to give some people a little joy at the start of the year, and I would be just as happy if some people would send me a small donation to show their appreciation, recognition and support. It is a highly complex scenario that takes several months of work and is of payware quality, the like of which cannot be bought anywhere in the world - it simply is.
I came up with a little something special for Japan - a very special experience:
I expanded the scenery to South Korea – all the way to Busan. If you want to explore my scenery for the first time, please start in Busan first and fly over to Japan from there - I might recommend it as a destination. directly Nagasaki.
Well – I thought of the “Wizard of Oz” and Dorothy. In the film, Dorothy initially finds herself in a black and white world and only when she arrives in Oz does everything suddenly turn into color.
Then I thought to myself: This could perhaps be a cool experience in VR if you fly over to Japan from Busan in black and white and everything slowly becomes colored. So I made Busan in black and white and when you fly over everything turns into color. Sorcery!
Hope, you like it.