Introduction: Materials

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Paper. Computer paper. That's it.

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Fold your paper like the image shown, upper right corner to left side.

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Fold the right side so that it touches the left.

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Fold the right side to be even with the left side.

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Fold it over and over this same way.

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Stop when you get here. Your corner should line up like the picture. Fold that corner down and tuck it into the flap.

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Fold it in half lengthwise. The paper is really thick by now, so this might be tricky.

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Good job! There is really no specific way of throwing it, so just chuck it with the pointed side pointed away from you, obviously. Please comment.


Ho0ksie125 (author)2015-04-14

Has anybody made one yet? Just curious

Ho0ksie125 (author)2015-04-14

Not on this one, although that is a good idea. I also make things I call super planes that use a rubber band that can launch across a soccer field. I will post an instructable for that soon.

tomatoskins (author)2015-04-14

This is great! Have you tried attaching a rubber band to assist with the "launch"?

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