I began to explore to see if I can somehow create a pair of canards or stabilizers at the nose since the wings are aerodynamically shaped.
After several attempts...the CanardWings was born....
Step 1: You need a sheet of A4 paper 70~80gm
You may also want to experiment with different curvatures.
After printing, cut along the curve line, set it aside. It will be used for tracing onto the actual glider.
Step 2: The fold...
Fold in half, aligning the edges as accurately as possible. Crease the fold.
Fold paper in half
Step 3: Paper folded in half
forming the first flap
Step 4: Triangular flap formed
Step 5: Next fold...
Fold up (B)
Step 6: Fold up (C)
Fold up (C)
Step 7: Make a cut in the folded center
Cut the folded center
Step 8: Center fold cut...
Center fold cut
Step 9: Fold down along center cut...
Repeat fold on other side and flip over again.
Fold down along cut center
Step 10: Both sides done...
Both side folded down
Step 11: Trace and cut the curved trailing edge.
Trace and cut trailing edge