The Super Hornet was the result of an effort to produce a fast, high wing fighter drone paper airplane with landing gear to replace the Stinger. The new aircraft would retain the delta wing shape, albeit larger with a modernized empennage. The Super Hornet fulfilled the needs to succeed the Stinger and is a faster, more versatile and overall more capable aircraft than the latter. The two aircraft do look fairly similar though.
Although I designed the Super Hornet around the time the Skybolt was published, I chose not to publish it until December 2011 due to a lack of demand for a large, fast high wing paper drone at the time of design. The Skybolt was itself not without shortcomings though, most notably its lack of landing gear and/or skids. The Super Hornet was always equipped with landing gear and is likely to have more airframe and design longevity for that reason.
TAA USAF Designation: D174-1
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8 by 10.5 inch graph paper (4 boxes per inch)
Step 2: Begin Construction
Once this is done, begin making the wings and horizontal stabilizer. The construction of the wings should be started by sketching a line with a slope (sweep) of 1:1. The chord should be 5 boxes long at its center and the wingspan should be 10 boxes total. To make the horizontal stabilizer, mark out 3 boxes that have at least 1 box of clearance behind them. The slope of the leading edge should be 1:1 and the trailing edge 1:3. You will later cut the outer row of boxes off.
Solid lines indicate places to cut. Dotted lines indicate fold lines.
Note: 1 box = 0.25 inches