- A sheet of paper to put in such a way that its long side horizontal position. Then folded in half to determine the center, pressed by hand to designate a fold line, and the paper return to the original position. Now you need to connect the upper right corner of the paper to the bottom of the sheet p ovno middle. However, it is not necessary to iron the whole fold, easy enough to identify a short line at the intersection with the vertical fold (Fig. 1).
- To be safe, you can mark the spot light dotted line. The resulting point of intersection of the vertical and diagonal folds need folded sheet of paper across and immediately straighten it (Fig. 2).
- Further, the resulting fold line to bend the top corners on the bias of the paper (Fig. 3).
- Next, you need to fold the top edge of the paper on the previously planned horizontal bend and flatten it.ANT-25 plane was amazing with specially designed and built in the bureau of Andrei N. Tupolev to fly at a record distance. Large aircraft wing extension significantly reduced air resistance in flight.Thereafter, the paper to bend angles on both sides from the center to each corner of the bottom is only slightly short of the lower edge of the sheet. Mark the fold and immediately straighten the sheet (Fig. 4).
- In the next phase of work on paper to bend about half of each corner to the previously scheduled diagonal line (Fig. 5). Smooth the fold.
- Now it is necessary to form the second time wings bend angles of the same diagonal line previously target already with angles which have been bent in the previous step (Fig. 6).
- Carefully smooth all formed at the fold on the paper. As a result, all of the steps you should get almost triangular workpiece on a broad basis. This side of the wings must be joined exactly in the middle.Turned out the top (small triangle) have to bend down to exactly airplane wings of the junction (Fig. 7).Now you need to be folded in half the workpiece so that the angles of the folds were outside, and lay back wings. Just align the paper bends space, denoting airplane wings. Figure 8 they are marked in bold dots. Principle, the plane is ready, you can run it.