( I think that many of you probably know this already )
One thing that I personally dislike about this is that it CAN'T Fly! ( I guess you can chuck it and it can sort of fly? )
Though.... It looks epic on display. I have a few of them lying randomly on some furniture.
Crease: means to fold and unfold to make a line.
Step 1: Creasing
After that, fold it horizontally. You should have a rectangle with 2 creases as shown.
Step 2: Fold in the Creases Parts.
You basically apply pressure to the creased diagonnal parts so it folds inwards. Do that on the other side as shown.
( Ignore the text written on the paper. Im using GOOS Paper )
Step 3: Creating the Body
After, turn the model around then fold up the triangle bottom up into the middle crease as shown.
Step 4: Forming the Body.
Then crease the upper sides of the square into the middle.
After, fold the 2 flaps down into the bottom of the square, then fold up, making a crease.
Your model should look like a square with a bunch of creases on a pentagon shape as shown.
Step 5: Forming the Body ( 2 )
Pinch the corners of the square, then fold it into the middle. You should get a diamond with 2 flaps.
Step 6: Forming the Body ( 3 )
You should have a diamond on a rectangle.
After, turn the model around and tuck the ends into the pocket.
You should now have a diamond on a triangle.
Step 7: Making the Ailerons.
And there you go! Your basic jet/space ship! If you want some more optional detail, go to the next step. Otherwise, enjoy your model!