Introduction: Paper Boeing 747
When I failed on making the British Airways B747-400 Canon Creative Park Papercraft I tried to do I tried making my own. This one is my fourth B747(not including the British Airways B747-400 Canon Creative Park Papercraft). Almost all of the paper airliners I built are Boeing 747. The only paper airliner I built which is not a Boeing 747 is my Mcdonnell Douglas DC-10 and my Concorde. This 747 is my 747-300.
Step 1: You Will Need:
5 papers(you might want a construction paper or colored paper)
Tissue(if you don't want to use your fingers for scraping glue)
Step 2: Fuselage
Put some glue on the end of the paper to roll. Then roll that paper. For the nose, cut 4 sides then put them together forming a cone. For the tail, make it flat then roll it. For the 2nd level, cut a rectangle then cut long at the middle at the back and short at the front. If you want a 747-200B or 747-100, don't cut at the back of the 2nd floor.
Step 3: Wings, Elevators and the Vertical Stabilizer
Make 2 both side wings then put them together using glue. Scrape glue using your fingers or tissue. Make 2 sides of elevator with a double layer and a vertical stabilizer. If you want to make it a 747-400, fold a small end of the wing upwards.
Step 4: Engines
Roll 4 small jet engines and put the 4 engines at the wing.
Step 5: Put Together
Put all of the parts together.
Step 6: Put Windows and Livery
Put windows and draw your favorite airline's livery at the aircraft. I didn't put livery and windows on my aircraft. I prefer Qantas livery for this 747-300.
Step 7: Finished!
You already finished it! Now you need somewhere to display it.