Paper Model of

The 'Bell XP-77' development was initiated by the United States Army Air Corps during World War II to produce a simplified 'lightweight' fighter aircraft using so-called "non-strategic" materials. Despite being innovative, the diminutive prototype proved tricky to handle and the project was canceled when the XP-77 did not deliver its projected performance.It is sized at 1:48 from the original. It contains 97 parts. Took me two weeks to complete @ 9 hrs/day because it was one of my initial models. Its hardly 5 inch long and dats why it was the most difficult subject for me. Thanks for visiting and posting comments...do write ur email ID after ur comments Call me or email me if you want to buy / order any of my completely built models (Please be noted that the plans are not sold here).

48 Comments

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Anonymous Guest 08 Mar 2010

Many many happy returns of the day! forgot to add name in the sms.. `Jagmeet

Artist Reply: Thanks my bro :-) You always honour me by remembering my birthday.

Anonymous Guest 28 Oct 2009

All it needs is a plastic layer for glass..... Looks ALMOST real..

Artist Reply: Ya you are right, but a plastic canopy over this small cockpit will hide everything :)
Artist Reply: Thanks!

Anonymous Guest 28 Oct 2009

All it needs is a plastic layer for glass.....

Artist Reply: Ya you are right, but a plastic canopy over this small cockpit will hide everything :)
Artist Reply: Thanks!

Ai Shan 28 Oct 2008

Great work Atamjeet!

Artist Reply: Many thanks ^_^

Meena Kurup 24 Sep 2008

wow just excellent.

Artist Reply: Thanks, keep visiting for more stuff :-)

annette steens 25 Nov 2007

excellent work!

Artist Reply: Thanks alot annette.... Keep visiting for more ^_^

Anonymous Guest 20 Oct 2007

too gay

Artist Reply: ^_^

Anonymous Guest 07 Jul 2007

oye putthar!! great work yaare!!!

Artist Reply: thanks alot puttar ^_^

Anonymous Guest 08 Apr 2007

OmG its luks realistic.......No words define

Artist Reply: thanks a lot buddy ^_^

Malcolm Barnes 24 Mar 2007

Sorry to disapoint you both ,but if History is correct.Pearl Harbour was attacked by the Japanese.The STUKA was the top German Dive Bomber.In correction you would be looking more at Zero's,Nancy and Betty Japanese Carrier Planes.I am a sticker for historical facts.The model is good though.

Artist Reply: exactally.... thanks for the information... u are right....

Anonymous Guest 05 Mar 2007

i like d plane a lot its kinda one that attacked pearl harbour.....

Artist Reply: well, no, those planes were STUKA. this is bell XP>.. it ws not used in pearl harbour

Anonymous Guest 02 Mar 2007

God give you more strength to make even better than that. U deserve it!

Artist Reply: thanks a lot for ur gud wishes

Anonymous Guest 23 Jan 2007

good work

Artist Reply: thanks

Anonymous Guest 18 Jan 2007

Marvellous

Artist Reply: thanks a lot :-)

Anonymous Guest 14 Jan 2007

The size of a watch!... And such fine detiling... I'm impressed...

Artist Reply: thanks...

Anonymous Guest 28 Nov 2006

too cool!!..nice details in that little size!!

Artist Reply: thanks jigna

Anonymous Guest 28 Nov 2006

well if i compare it with all i wl say its not tht much awesome in looks bt still a good one and the best part of it is the size ... coz tht much small is really hard to make ... i must say a creative work done . vikas attri

Anonymous Guest 28 Nov 2006

smthin realli gr8!! keep t up!

Artist Reply: thanks shooo much navita....

Anonymous Guest 26 Nov 2006

awsome plane.keep it up

Artist Reply: thanks...

Anonymous Guest 23 Nov 2006

interesting.....what type of paper have u used....?

Artist Reply: thanks a lot.... well the paper is 120 or 150 GSM paper... available in any stationary shop... sometimes i use ivory sheet too..

Anonymous Guest 23 Nov 2006

really nice

Artist Reply: thanks dear

Anonymous Guest 22 Nov 2006

watch superb

Artist Reply: thanks....

Anonymous Guest 20 Nov 2006

badiya hai..........

Artist Reply: thanks

Anonymous Guest 20 Nov 2006

CAN'T BELIEVE IT

Artist Reply: thanks

Anonymous Guest 12 Nov 2006

lage raho

Artist Reply: thanks...

Anonymous Guest 12 Nov 2006

simplu superb!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111111111111111111

Artist Reply: thanks...

Anonymous Guest 11 Nov 2006

Incredible!!!!!!

Artist Reply: thanks alot.

Anonymous Guest 11 Nov 2006

good work bro.....!!!!!! keep up... god bless you..

Artist Reply: thanks.

Anonymous Guest 05 Nov 2006

how intricate......marvelous.

Artist Reply: thanks a lot...

Renata Cavanaugh 01 Nov 2006

Amazing work

Artist Reply: thanks a lot renata.....

Anonymous Guest 31 Oct 2006

Amazing work of art! I was overwhelmed to know that these are done with just paper. You make us proud - Vignesh

Artist Reply: thanks a lot vignesh

Anonymous Guest 30 Oct 2006

Wonderful....Too good to be true!!

Artist Reply: thanks u shooo much Rochelle

Anonymous Guest 29 Oct 2006

GOD!!!

Artist Reply: god or good? hahahahah

Anonymous Guest 12 Oct 2006

GOD!!! how did u make it!!!!! too creative...

Artist Reply: thanks a lot buddy....

Anonymous Guest 12 Oct 2006

i have already kissed u atam.... this one is for this small little plane.... muuuuaaaah muuuuaaaah

Artist Reply: thanks a lot aishwarya.......

Anonymous Guest 06 Oct 2006

Hey Atam...this one is my favourite Zoobie Singh

Artist Reply: thanks dear

Anonymous Guest 04 Oct 2006

ur paper models are excellent piece of work....keep doing...all the best... from arun

Artist Reply: thanks a lot arun.... :-)

Anonymous Guest 04 Oct 2006

ur paper models are excellent piece of work....keep doing...all the best...

Anonymous Guest 03 Oct 2006

very well made!!

Artist Reply: thanks alot....

Anonymous Guest 30 Aug 2006

gr8 work man-Ankit

Artist Reply: thanks yar......

Elton Houck 12 Jul 2006

you do outstanding work!

Artist Reply: thnks a lot buddy!!!!

Cathy Holford 12 Jul 2006

Is it ok to call a plane adorable...because it is!

Artist Reply: thanks buddy!!!!

Anonymous Guest 12 Jul 2006

thts called " The flight of the imagination "

Anonymous Guest 27 Jun 2006

SUPERB MAN!!hw did u fit the 97 parts man!!;) simply the best!! keep rockin!! tanu here!!

Kathryn Arruda 23 Jan 2006

97 parts! 126 hours! Look at that beautiful, crisp, detailed handiwork! You are an awesome artist.

Analua 18 Jan 2006

Beautiful composition Atamjeet!!!!!

Ralph Miller 15 Jan 2006

I love these !

Anonymous Guest 08 Jan 2006

hey!! its a marvellous job. i like the way ur mind works... gr8 job!!! really impressive!