A fast, long range and compact paper airplane, I find the Thunderbolt a very useful aircraft in many roles.

TAA USAF Designation: A72-1

Step 1: Materials

1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch paper
1 Paper Clip
Wow! I have checked out nearly all of your instructables and I must say they are just FABULOUS!<br> <br> Wait a minute...Uh oh....my bad! What I actually meant to say was that they <em>could &nbsp;</em>be fabulous - &nbsp;if it weren't for one single, very annoying, unifying detail that's present in every one of your instructables. Can you guess? It's your photographs dude! C'mon! They contain just the &quot;right&quot; amount of blur so that I get a headache every time I attempt to focus in on the details. Do you have any idea how aggravating that is?<br> <br> &nbsp;You're obviously quite intelligent and take great care in putting together your instructables which you then so generously share with the world. That's why I'm slightly dumbfounded as to how you could have overlooked such a critical detail - good photography - without it, you have nothing. It's like owning a beautiful, sick looking, custom hot rod powered by a fire-breathin', track gnashing 4 cyl .8L - talk about anticlimactic! &nbsp;LOL<br> <br> If you're interested in taking better, clearer photographs then check out this instructable by 1up:&nbsp;<a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Macro-Photography-An-Essential-Skill-for-Good-Ins/">https://www.instructables.com/id/Macro-Photography-An-Essential-Skill-for-Good-Ins/</a>&nbsp;<br> <br> Follow the simple steps outlined and your instructables will go from <em>could be fabulous</em> to <em>absolutely &amp; perfectly<strong> </strong>fabulous</em>!<br> <br> You rock dude and keep up the good work!
I understand and appreciate your comment. You are correct, at the moment, a majority of my photos are not the best. But, I must point out a few things: Because I am technically challenged to some degree, I only recently found the Macro feature on my Kodak Zi8. My two latest instructables--the Scout and the Shriek (pictured), are clear exceptions to the rule. They both used macro photography. <br> <br>However, there is pleasing news to soothe that annoying blur. I will be refilming my instructables to make them better. <br> <br>Thank you for your support.
i never used the paper clip what was it for? <br>
Weight (authority) and speed.

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