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The Omicron is a plane invented by me and my friend Ben (http://www.youtube.com/TheXFoRZ) It is a lot like this plane http://www.zurqui.com/crinfocus/paper/air-bld1.html but i think our version flies smoother and ...
start by folding the top left corner down into the right side, making a point, open it out and then fold the top right corner down and open ...
the last step sould have left you with a point on your piece of paper, you can fold the top down along the line between the point and ...
Fold the flap tat goes across the nose up to the front of the plane, then fold the whole nose down over to the back of the plane ...
Fold the wide strip at the bottom in half to make a flap, then cut or tear along the crease to make the strip for the tail
Next fold the strip you cut off lengthways and cut a notch about 3 cm from the end and half way down, you then fold down the flaps ...
Fold the body in half along the centre, then fold the wings down. slide the tail shaft under the flap in the centre of the plane. A useful ...
Try to make all of the folds as tight, smooth and accurate as possible, if any of the folds aren't precise enough then it wont fly straight. You can use ...
This plane is really quite easy to fly, hold it under the wings and throw it, it can be thrown softly or hard and goes a really long ...
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