- To begin with folded sheet of A4 paper in half in the longitudinal direction, smooth hand fold and deploy again - so it will be picked the central longitudinal line. Then right, then left half of the sheet folded in half, smooth hand fold and deploy again - so quarter-longitudinal line will be identified (Figure 1.).
- Then take on the top right corner of the sheet and lay it as a triangle,to the top of the triangle rested in the quarter-line on the right side.Further, the same operation done on the left side. Now the upper part of the blank acquired a triangular shape. Now you need to measure the distance from the side edges of the sheet laid down to the bottom corners cut. The resultant value divided roughly into three parts, to defer a third up from the bottom corner of the sheet, and a pencil point to identify each of the side oron art. Next, draw a diagonal dotted line from the triangle vertex (center) to the target point, first, on the right side, then on the left. These diagonal will be needed for the future formation of the wing. Now you need to fold the paper strictly on the planned lines, on each sidemust obtain an isosceles triangle with a broad base. One of the sides must coincide with the center line previously outlined (Fig. 2).
- From the top of each triangle to hold down the perpendicular (the height of the triangle) in the center of the base. Further, on the upper part of the preform pencil outline small triangle so that the base line passes through the center point based on the large flat triangles. Chart dotted line of the future bend and wrap a small blank triangle on the sheet with its opposite side. The top of this triangle should coincide with the middle of the sheet. As a result of these actions should get pentagonal figure on the top of which (the center of the sheet) must be held in each of the corners at the bottom of the sheet and the dotted diagonal folded blank along these lines (Fig. 3).
- As a result of all these actions, the triangular shape (Fig. 4) should get.
- Turn the blank on the other side, gently flatten the flaps in the bow airplane, and mark with a pencil on top of a small blank triangle, as shown (Fig. 5).
- First, unscrew the small triangle to the other side, then fold figure in half along the central marking sheet, align the angles of a triangle at the bottom of the blank (Fig. 6).
- Now mark the small triangle at the bottom corners of the workpiece and remove up the corners to form a particular line of the wing, as well as to mark the separation line of the longitudinal wing and airplane fuselage (Fig. 7).
- Again, turn the workpiece to the other side, fold the wings on the main line section, scheduled earlier. Spend on the nail folds or any hard object. In principle, the airplane is ready (Fig. 8).