I am a CATIA V5 CAD user as well as Solidworks 2016. What kind of objects do you need? The models I build can be exported and then saved again as 3DS Max files. Then they can be put in Mesh Mixer to lower poly count. What are my limits? So, you need water towers, bunkers, buildings, AAA mounts?
I'm preparing buildings' blocks for the towns ath this moment. Now they are as LOD0 and should be prepared in LOD1, LOD2 etc.
You can of course help with unique buildings if you wish. I'll prepare a list of them lately. Such buidings have to be more detailed than towns' buildings so they can have more polygons.
But first of all you should be sure that Solidworks or CATIA models could be so saved that it'll be able to open them in the old 3DS Max 8.
It looks like you are doing a fabolous job! An Italian map would be the only interesting and possible alternative to all the flat maps we have. Personally I think the actual maps are all the boring same: "Flat". To u have a river to the left or to the right, a town up north or a village down south doesn't make any real difference. The Italian front (the Dolomitic one of course), is totally different going from Garda lake that's more or less sea level to mountains 3500 meters tall. To fly in a map like that, above all if the wind will have the right strenght, would be a totally new and exciting expereince. What area is actually covered from your maps? Cause you say: "west" that shouldn't be the Isozo nor Piave river. Is it what we call Dolomitic one? The north one? Probably yes cause I took a look at the pics you posted here and they look a little bit like the Garda lake area. Am I wrong?
JGS4 Max von Arese
I wrote alredy earlier that it'll be Garda Lake region. It'll include such noticeable towns as Trento, Vicenza, Verona.
I'll show the map of the region soon because I want to discuss with the community places for the non-historical airfields.