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Picture of Paper Airplane: HAWK v.1
This plane is not what it seems. Sure, it is a lightweight speedy flier, but it is also a very good glider. I accomplished this through many tests and intricate folds. Hope you enjoy. (EDIT): This is actually my most versatile airplane, I have found through many tests. It can operate faster than the BAT x.1 - x.4, and can operate under slower speeds than my biggest plane, The Albatross g1.


Materials: Printout of design (below, .pdf)
For the Instructable, the .pdf is what I am using

I also have the Photoshop file if you want to make your own design, just send them to me, I will put them on this Instructable, and you will be credited for the design.
hawk004-logo.pdf(529x783) 374 KB
hawk004-logo.psd(1102x1632) 365 KB

Step 1: Making the body

Follow the pictures. This part can get a little confusing depending on what your printers margins are.
 
copyright9 (author) 6 years ago
UPDATE FOR MY AIRPLANES: I've spent the last few months coming up with some designs that are pretty good, and i'll be posting some of them. The rest will be on my website once I start working on that (when and if i get some down time) stay tuned for that.
bobboy4236 years ago
HOLY SHET! DIS IS LIK DA BEST PLANE EVUR! IT FLIS LIK DA BOMB!!
Wow, I was impressed with the bat, but this one is great. Plus, the print out makes it pretty darn easy.