this is the most awesome plane i have ever flew because it gives an awesome feel

this is the official site of the paperang

Step 1: Materials & Tools.

1 a4 paper
<p>really good</p>
<p>really good</p>
i need help for all of the steps i find them hard
Will this work with a 81/2" x 11" sheet?
Sure! I just made one, and it works very well.<br />
i dont know...<br/>try=D id love to see a foto/film of it =D<br/>
This works great! It's an excellent glider, and not to hard to make!<br />
Ed Hui, the original creator of the paperang, is actually an instructables member. there was another instructable on a paperang variation called the canardwings that was posted where he expressed that he would like to be asked before instructions to his invention be posted, so it is probably a good idea to shoot him a message to make sure he is ok with your instructable. his instructables username is edhui and you can read his comments on the other instructable <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.instructables.com/id/CanardWings---a-variation-of-Paperang-a-cool-pape/">Here</a> <br/>that said, you did do a great job of illustrating the process. <br/>
&nbsp;Hi<br /> Thanks for &nbsp;pointing that out. Funnily enough I don't remember being asked about this one (I haven't heard from dunnos). I got notified about this by Google alerts today.<br /> Anyway, I'm glad people are enjoying the Paperang. It's true, I don't like seeing my design reproduced elsewhere, but at least there's a link back to my website paperang.com where there are photos of the construction process and a downloadable pdf. I only charge for the printable pdf.<br /> The web is a funny place. I guess I can get my head around content being delivered at very low cost, and I really like instructables and the folks that come to this site- so I'm really not too concerned here. But I do pay for music downloads, and in the end I don't want paperang pdfs to be freely available without any connection back to me- I don't know what that pdf is that's posted here because I'm not a pro member, so if it's my pdf I'd appreciate it if you (dunnos) &nbsp;remove it.<br /> Meanwhile, I'd like to draw everyone's attention to the Paperang Moth, which is a whole different thing. There's a Youtube video at &nbsp;<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1QZbekTXQo" rel="nofollow">www.youtube.com/watch</a>&nbsp;<br /> Hope you like it. Instructable folks should be able to guess how to make it, but if you do, please don't post an instructable on it... There's a book about it.
How do you throw it so it'll come back to you?
actually, i did ask SOMEONE about this instructable so if it wasn't you I want to tell you im sorry.<br /> Anywho.. the pdf's at instructables consist of the instructable itself. it isn't yours.<br /> if you'd like me to remove this instructable i will do so.<br /> <br /> Greetings,<br /> <br /> Dunnos<br />
&nbsp;Thanks for letting me know. That's fine no objections to your pdf- glad you enjoyed the Paperang.<br /> Ed
done that and thanks =]<br/>
can u plz show mw how to do it it is confusing<br />
pretty good, but for step 8 how do you fold the points up?
Did you have a seizure when you were taping this?
I tried it and it works pretty well I play around with the dihedril angle and wing shape
cool nice to hear... do you know how i can see who voted for me?
I dunnos either tee hee. but I did :P
thanks =]<br/>
Looks like a good plane. You should probably put more into the video though, it looks like an awesome glider though.
nother video posted!
i knew how to make this before you posted an instructable on it!*no offense*:) oh yeah, the owner once put the design in a paper and it was award winning!!

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