Cut & Assemble Paper Airplanes That Fly
These 8 full-color, full-sized planes need only scissors, glue, paper clips, a penny and a few other inexpensive materials to get them off the ground. Their modern, state-of-the-art design by noted graphic artist Arthur Baker allows adjustment of rudder, ailerons and elevators. This book is a safe and convenient "hangar" for the planes until they are cut and made...after that the stratosphere is their home!
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ailerons angle of wings brace here shape brace Three-quarters view Broken line ___ Circle Place penny Close the fuselage corresponding to Place Curved line corresponding cut out main cut out plane Dotted line Fold up Dotted Fold up Fold folding and seen form right angle Front view showing glue with penny KEY Broken line KEY Circle Place lines on preceding main piece Materials for Baker Materials for Daedalus Materials for Icarus Materials for Pegasus Materials for Phantom Materials for Songbird page to cut paper clips penny here Broken penny inside Phantom and Stratospheron piece by following piece of airplane piece of plane piece Wing brace pieces for Phantom Place wing brace plane before folding preceding page Materials reinforcement and rudder right angle Curved rudder piece Wing seen from top shape of wing showing dihedral angle side stabilizers Test-glide top Follow lines Underside of main view showing dihedral Wing brace Fuselage