The Simple Warhawk's concept came from the Warhawk immediately after the latter's publication. While the original Warhawk was a good, small aircraft, it was more difficult to make than I had wanted due to its requirement that it be made out of nonstandard, square sheets of paper. To address this, I sought a new design with a similar configuration and further simplicity in construction. By January 2014, I had developed a prototype of the Simple Warhawk, and began testing of it. Testing showed the aircraft to be very able, and I soon earmarked it as ready for publication.
TAA USAF Designation: F310-1
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Scissors (additional surfaces only)
Step 2: Width, Fourth and Airfoil Folding
Step 3: Wing, Nose and Winglet Folding; Taping
Fold the wings down by aligning the fourth folds with the center crease. After this is done, bend the wingtips inward to the fourth folds. After this is done, tape where directed.