Build Your Own Paper Air Force: 1000s of Paper Airplane Designs on CD to Print Out and Make

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Macmillan, Apr 29, 2008 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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BUILD YOUR OWN PAPER AIR FORCE contains 35 amazing models to print out, fold, and fly. Detailed instructions in the book explain how to assemble each aircraft, and the CD contains ready-to-print templates, plus a whole range of patterns and colors--allowing thousands of different aircraft to be made.

You can print the models as they are or change the colors using any standard image-editing package, such as Photoshop Elements. Plus, all the templates are scalable, so any size from tiny fliers to giant bombers can be created. Once printed, follow the step-by-step instructions to cut out and build the model plane.

There are a wide variety of shapes and styles for makers of all skill levels--from simple models for the young novice to elaborate fliers for experienced model makers. So whether you're a first-time flier or a professional paper pilot, there's bound to be the perfect project waiting for you in BUILD YOUR OWN PAPER AIR FORCE.

--Includes 35 different paper airplane templates

--Additional patterns and color designs means there are thousands of possible combinations of planes to be created

--Easy-to-follow guidance explaining how to print, what paper to use, how to cut out, and how to edit the colors

--Detailed assembly instructions for each model

--Tips on trimming and launching the models for maximum performance

--Information on how real planes and gliders fly, giving insight into basic aerodynamics to help improve your own designs

 

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User Review  - I.am.Cow0 - Borders

this is the best paper airplane book i've ever come across. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes making paper airplanes. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

TREVOR BOUNFORD has been obsessively building and flying paper planes since he first read about the Wright brothers almost 50 years ago. He is the auth of the paper aircraft books Paper Gliders and Build Your Own Paper Air Force.

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