When the Super Omniwing was published almost two years ago, it was the latest, most advanced Omniwing variant. The next Omniwing variation, the Manta, would not come for another year, and it was dissimilar from previous Omniwing developments. I decided to design a new Omniwing to complement the Super Omniwing, which had become among my most popular airplanes.
As with my other popular aircraft, I decided a new successor that retained what was praised in the original and incorporated improvements on critiqued points was in order. The OmniScimitar was made out of this effort, and it excelled. Not only did it match its predecessor in capabilities, it was simpler and was less complicated to construct.
TAA USAF Designation: F3-1Y
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch paper
Step 2: Width, Fourth and Corner Folding
Step 3: Leading and Trailing Edge Preparation
Measure 2.5 inches in from the trailing edge along the center crease, make a mark and then measure 2.5 inches outwards from the center crease along the trailing edge and make a mark. Then connect the two marks.
After you have finished measuring what will be the counterweight, begin measuring the vertical fins. Find the point 1 inch in from the wingtip along the trailing edge and make a mark. Then from this mark measure 1 inch in and make a line and a mark. Then along the wingtip, measure 0.75 inches in from the trailing edge and make a mark. Then connect this mark to the one you just made.