How to Make a Paper Battle Crasher

Introduction: How to Make a Paper Battle Crasher

Hello people! Today I will show you how to make a Paper Battle Crasher.

Please don't be harsh as this is my first instructable, so if you have any suggestions please post as I would like to improve...Thanks

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Step 1: Materials

Well pretty much just paper......LOL

Step 2: Step 1 of Folding

Get a piece of paper (printer paper is fine) and fold it in half

Step 3: Step 2 of Folding

On one end, fold the edge diagonally so that it lines up with the border and unfold.

Step 4: Step 3 of Folding

Repeat step two on the other side

Step 5: Step 4 of Folding

Turn the paper over and fold the paper so that it touches the border of the diagonal creases.

Step 6: Step 6 of Folding

Repeat steps 2-5 on other side (UGH)

Step 7: Step 7 of Folding

Fold the two flaps sticking up so it matches up with the half-way point.

EDIT: If you guys are familiar with origami, then this project uses two water bomb base folds on each ends

Step 8:

Lift the two separate flaps to one side and fold to the half-way point and repeat on the other side

Step 9: Step 9 of Folding

fold the figure in half and tuck the points in the slits and fold the end up for flicking and DONE....

*phew*

Step 10: For Those Who Do Not Know How to Use This

It is simply flicked on a surface and if two were made, they can battle ( much like crashing cars head-on) And here is a photo of the finished product  l  ( down at the photos!)
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    12 Discussions

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    atyk
    atyk

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I think your drawings were great! My fave is the flick one :D

    Good job on your first 'ible!

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    dragonfire12382
    dragonfire12382

    8 years ago on Step 10

    you can fold the top and the bottom to make it look more coolerand more like an airplane

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    commentnlookr
    commentnlookr

    9 years ago on Step 8

    mine looks nothing like yours, but i throw it and it flies great!

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    commentnlookr
    commentnlookr

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    i'm sorry, my cam is not working, plus I threw it away.
    i'm really good at making paper airplanes,
    so i think thats why.

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    Apple_4_life
    Apple_4_life

    9 years ago on Introduction

    this is pretty useless, i made one and it dies when you flick it, and it would be pretty boring to try to flick folded paper at each other

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    I R ASSASSIN
    I R ASSASSIN

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Actually, these were meant to be flick on a flat surface( tables,the floor, your bed, etc.) and then it would go, but yes, it does stop at a point, but I made this out of boredom, and this looks cool, and I felt like sharing this to everyone, so your opinion is just fine with me.

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    Apple_4_life
    Apple_4_life

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    nice answer, i would recommend that you neaten up your art because it's really hard to understand what your doing in each step, there may even be a feature on the program to auto straighten the lines that you make.

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Two things:
    • Photos would be good (especially of the final object)
    • What is a "Battle Crasher", and how does one use it?
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    absolute zero
    absolute zero

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Well, there's always the possibility he doesn't have a camera. Though he still might have taken the time to give more detailed instructions or better drawing. There is a straight line tool in paint, no? It looks like you might flick it off your palm/finger? Not really sure about that one =S