Wings and Things: Origami That Flies

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Macmillan, Oct 15, 1984 - Crafts & Hobbies - 124 pages
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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.

Included are:
Manta Ray
Blackboard Bomber
Astro Tube
Flying Bat
Mach III Jet
Dollar Bills Gilders
Swooping Hawk
Origami Kite
Flying Nun
SST
Gliding Swan
Maple Seed
Monoplane
Seagull
Delta Jet
Penta-Flinger
Flying Fish
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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Contents

Simple Dart
21
Blackboard Bomber
23
Floater
26
SST
28
Dollar Bill Glider I
31
Astro Tube
33
Space Wing
36
Sky Cruiser
40
Manta Jet
72
Flying Fish
74
Swooping Hawk
77
Flying Nun
80
Flying Bat II
84
PentaFlinger
87
Arc Wing
91
Art Deco Wing
93

Flying Bat I
43
Origami Kite
47
Bat Kite
50
Dollar Bill Glider II
52
Dollar Bill Glider III
55
Tumble Wing
58
Flapping Bird
60
Flying Bird
63
Soaring Eagle
67
Manta Ray
70
Monoplane
97
Gliding Swan
101
Seagull
104
Mach III Jet
107
Delta Jet and Stand
109
Maple Seed
115
Bibliography
121
Source
126
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Stephen Weiss is one of the top origami creators in the world. His models have been exhibited in England, Tokyo, New York City, and at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. He lives in Miami Beach, Florida.

Paul Jackson is the editor of British Origami, the journal of the British Origami Society.

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