How to Make a Cool Paper Jet: Blackbird SR71 | Flyable | Included Flight Test

Introduction: How to Make a Cool Paper Jet: Blackbird SR71 | Flyable | Included Flight Test

About: Paper Airplane Designer

INTRODUCTION:  The Blackbird is my own design, and is a medium distance paper airplane. Throw it lightly in door, and throw it up at 20-30 degrees as strong as you can outdoor.  Learn how to control it—bend the  stabilizers more or less, adjust the elevators, you will like how it flies.

INSPIRATION: U.S. Air force Blackbird SR 71, the fastest jet fighter in the history.

MATERIALS: Printing paper: Letter size: 8.5 x 11 in.  A4 is possible

Difficulty: Difficult
Range: Medium
Flying behavior: Straight or turning at the end
Shape: Blackbird SR71

RESTRICTION: NO cutting, NO taping and NO extra attached materials.
HOW TO PLAY: Light Throwing at 0-10 degree straight up ( Similar to throw a football)

WHERE TO PLAY: outdoor and indoor

FOLDING ADVICE: You need to fold it accurately in order to have a perfect paper airplane which can fly well.

COMMENTS: If you have any comment or suggestion about the video, PLEASE, feel free to leave me comments. I am happy to listen to you and will improve my future videos


*Music:  Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven

* ETHICAL DESIGN: Every of my designs are original. If I got inspired from some one, I will mention that person on my video description. COPYING IS A SHAME, and PLEASE, contact me ( with valid evidence) if you believe any of my designs is already made before mine. I will give credit to the creator or delete the video right away.

*TERM OF USE: Note that All the contents ( Except the music) on the video is copyright to Tri Dang (Me). This airplane is ONLY FREE to fold and play personally. For commercial use, please contact me.

*COPYRIGHTS:  © Tri Dang. December 23, 2013

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    4 years ago

    it would be nice if you added pictures with the steps