- Paper positioned vertically on a table, then fold it in half longitudinally smooth hand to indicate the bend, expand the paper.Lay the two upper corners of the sheet so that the top section of the sheet on each side located on the center line. As a result, the top of the sheet should form a triangle.While working on the next step, you need to flip the sheet of paper back side up. Then bend the upper edge, without revealing previously laid folded corners and lining the edge of the workpiece with acute central line.As a result of all the actions turned pentagonal shape, which looks like the tip of a pointed triangle. Then you need to fold in half the workpiece down on yourself. The upper point of the intersection point should be combined central axis with the lower cut paper sheet (Fig. 1).
- Then map out on the other side of the blank light dotted line bending nose of the aircraft, it should pass directly over the base of the triangle, which is obtained at the first tab in the upper corners of the sheet. You can then bend upward from ourselves triangular nose future aircraft models intended for the dotted line. As a result of this bending of the workpiece will horizontal fold (Fig. 2).
- It should get a blank of complex shape, something resembling the beak of a heron, which must be folded in half in the longitudinal direction (Fig. 3).
- As previously planned fold line each side of the bend with one wing paper airplane (Fig. 4).
- Carefully place the paper to smooth folds, flip the workpiece.The inverted preform is next top view (Fig. 5).
- Below, on the previously intended bend, do bend the bottom of the workpiece (Fig. 6).
- Now you need to very carefully go through the bends outlined previously, and execute them in the opposite direction, that's up to squeeze the paper tail between the wings (Fig. 7).
- For the final formation of the wings should be easy to identify the dotted line inflection line (Fig. 8). According to the planned lines with the utmost care gently bend the wings of a paper airplane.
- Then you need to gently bend the front part of the wings, to give finished paper airplane finished form (Fig. 9).