Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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Here is another project I'm working on. This is another sample:
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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here's some more pictures
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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Are these going to be general release or just something u guys made?

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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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Hopefully it will be released.
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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If this is just a demo, may I suggest a sharpening of the nose on the model to more accurately match the real profile?

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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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Another Suggestion. You will notice that the Urdu PIA on all 777s is a more slender version of the heavier one seen on other PIA aircraft (like 747, A310 etc). The most glaring difference is when the dots are compared. Here's a sample:

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Urdu PIA on non 777 airframes

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Urdu PIA on 777 airframes
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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The nose of the Hogan 777 has a slim chance of being tweaked as that would involve reshaping the mold which will cost thousands. This is one of the reasons I prefer the Skymarks/Risesoon 777 mold as its spot on. However Hogan is superior when it comes to their Airbus models and small details and the overall fit and finish of the model.
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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Can something be done about struts of all landing gears, they look very plain and crude!, bit on thicker side also. Some fine added detail and proper oleos and torx/suspension arms would make them look better.

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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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I only commissioned the model, not the mold. Hogan is not changing the mold for the time being.
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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very nice Moin bhai..........just had a question, how do you separate the gear from the plane? or is it 2 different options available, one with gear dn and one up? thanks in advance.
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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The model has the option of being displayed with the gears up (removed) or gears down. They are snap on gears and very easy to install. For the gear up configuration, closed gear doors are included so that the empty gear holes are not visible.
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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Is PIA going to commission this in the end or are you doing this privately? Since getting this produced is quite high.

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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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PIA won't commission these models for themselves as they're not in a position to order models right now, but I just want to get an 'ok' from PIA that Hogan can produce these models, with the result that PIA will get free models as royalty. There are already countless models being produced of PIA a/c of which PIA hasn't a clue about so this should not be a problem. The problem is me taking the time out to see the necessary person about it.
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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The original was another Urdu logo version used on early 747-200, A300, Dc10 and probably later on 90s livery A310.
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Re: Hogan 1:200 PIA B777-200LR

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Changing colours of PIA Urdu logo from 1970s to present day.

PIA Urdu logo in golden colour from 1977 timetable.
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PIA Urdu logo in mustard colour from 1986 timetable.
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PIA Urdu logo in grass green colour from 1992 timetable.
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PIA Urdu logo in Pakistan flag dark green colour from 2005 timetable.
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