A fast, lightweight and simple paper airplane, the Demon is also a cool looking aircraft as well. It is similar to the Stratohawk paper airplane.
TAA USAF Designation: F199-1
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Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Step 2: X and Cover Folding
To start folding your Demon, take the right or left corner to the paper and fold it to the length of the opposite side. Then repeat with the inverse arrangement. Then pull the front down to make a doubled layer. Then redo the X Folding, but at the lines, allow the paper to come out from it and pile on top of itself. Then repeat this on the other side.
Step 3: Fold the Wings
Fold the paper up in half so the "clean" side is on the outside. Then pull the leading edge down to the bottom of the fuselage. Repeat this action on the other side.
Step 4: Fold the Vertical Stabilizers
To make the two stabilizers, fold them up so that their tips intersect with the center roughly 3/4 of an inch back from the airfoil. Make sure you fold them both up parallel to the fuselage.
Step 5: Taping
Tape the fuselage together at its rear. Then apply tape on the leading edge, just inboard of the fins.
Step 6: Flight
To fly the Demon, simply give it a good throw like you would the common dart. Enjoy!