Introduction: Let's Make a Paper Plane That Flies | Pink Bird
Paper Airplane Instruction / How to make a Pink Bird paper plane with Tri Dang.
► Subscribe Main Channel: http://goo.gl/wAFe3s ◄ ► Subscribe Origami Channel: http://youtube.com/paperartland◄ ------- Pink Bird is a second version of the Blue Bird. Inspired from eHow, I design the Blue bird and now the Pink Bird. These planes are simple to make, and they are fly-able. Just add a pinch elevators on both wings, the plane will fly very well for a short distance.
✈ COMPLEXITY LEVEL: Easy ✈ MATERIALS: Letter Size 8.5" x 11" [20 lb or 24 lb] ✈ FREE letter size template : http://goo.gl/NyZMQJ ✈ FOLDING ADVICE: You need to fold the plane accurately in order to have a perfect paper airplane which can fly well. Also, be creative and adjust the plane if you need to.
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