Paper Plane X-wing




First, You'll need a standard, 8.5 * 11 inch paper.

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Step 1:

Fold the paper so that you have a 45 degree angle.

Step 2:

Copy on the opposite side, then flip your paper over.

Step 3:

Fold the paper like shown in the image.

Step 4:

Press down, and fold the top right flap into the center. Copy on the opposite side.

Step 5:

Fold your paper in half, so that the previous folds are on the outside bottom. (my photo has the plane standing upright)

Step 6:

Fold the wings down, about an inch, while also folding the second-last folds.

Step 7:

Fold the wing down on the opposite side, like you did the first one.

Step 8:

Flip over your plane.

Step 9:

Fold your bottom folds out, in any way you like. :)

Step 10:

Here's what your finished x-wing should look like (if you folded it the same way as me)

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    2 Discussions


    1 year ago on Step 10

    It looks nice and all, but it doesnt fly well. at least, mine doesnt. you could use it as a model


    3 years ago

    Fun design!