Wings and Things: Origami That Flies
This deilghtful book shows how to make thirty two origami (folded paper) models that really fly. All designs are made simply by folding squares or rectangles of paper (and even dollar bills!) without cutting, gluing, taping, or weighting.
Mach III Jet
Dollar Bills Gilders
Art Deco Wing
and many more!
Wings & Things is great fun and will challenge and inspire beginning and expert folders alike-perfect for anyone who ever tossed a paper airplane.
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Dollar Bill Glider I
Flying Bat II
Art Deco Wing
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bottom corner bottom edge Bring the top crimp Designed by Stephen diagonal creases drawing is larger flaps straight Flying Bat Flying Fish Fold the bottom fold the flap fold the head Fold the left Fold the lower Fold the model fold the tail Fold the top Fold the upper Fold the wing folded edge front edge Front view half by mountain half vertically Hold as shown horizontal center line Inside reverse fold kite leading edge left corner left edge left end left side lower edges Maple Seed Michael LaFosse model clockwise model counterclockwise model in half moderate throw mountain creases Mountain fold outer edges Petal fold pinch mark Raise the wings rear edge Return the corner right corner right edge Rotate the model square of paper Squash Stephen Weiss top and bottom top corner top edge touch the point triangular section Turn the model Unfold valley fold vertical center line