Paper Hawk

Introduction: Paper Hawk

Paper airplane in the shape of a hawk or an eagle.

You'll need an A4 printer paper (which ever color you'd like).

A stapler or some tape.

Scissors.

Open spaces to fly the Hawk.

Optional; Coloring markers to paint the hawk.

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It should glide in a straight line or rise up and to either left or right.

1 Person Made This Project!

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10 Discussions

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minhnhatvn69
minhnhatvn69

8 weeks ago

It is an great and easy paper plane bird. I always search for the plane look like bird 90%. The wings of your plane quite too long for an eagle so i made it to be a seagull

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taw071300
taw071300

2 years ago

cool it is finally an easy paper bird that flies. just what im looking for. great job

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naruto3
naruto3

10 years ago on Introduction

 Awesome hawk.Would have been better if it had been origami.Awesome nevertheless.

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Kiteman
Kiteman

11 years ago on Introduction

Very nice - how did you create the images? And could we see it flying?

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miknimator
miknimator

Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

Thanks =)
I used Photoshop for the main illustrations and PhotoStudio 2000 for minor tweaks.

I'll make a video of it flying once I get my friend's camera which would be in the next day or so.

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

Thanks, they're very professional-looking.