Due to the recent popularity of these small gliders, I decided to design my own. Originally I hadn't incorporated the inverted gull or the parasol wing arrangements, but for stability and aesthetic reasons, I later added both.
TAA USAF Designation: D132-1
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8 by 10.5 inch graph paper
Step 2: Begin Construction
Then make the elevators, struts and counterweight as shown. Follow the photograph markings. Once all is marked out, cut out the fuselage and wings.
Solid lines indicate places to cut. Dotted lines indicate fold lines.
Note: 1 box = 0.25 inches
Step 3: Making the Fuselage
After having cut out all of the fuselage. Begin folding it along the dotted lines. After you've folded all the lines correctly, it should appear as it does in the second picture.
Step 4: Taping the Fuselage
Step 5: Make the Wing
Step 6: Mate the Wing and Fuselage
Step 7: Flight
Surprisingly for its size, the Scout is remarkably forgiving and tough. With struts, it is also one of a select few planes on this scale that can perform relatively tough maneuvers. Before flight, make sure the tail has a "butterfly" configuration. Launch should be made at a moderate pace at a neutral or negative attitude. Additional applicable surfaces include flaps, ailerons, and trimmable elevators. Enjoy!