Simple and Fast MIG-like Paper Airplane

Introduction: Simple and Fast MIG-like Paper Airplane

About: I love doing everything what has some connection with any kind of technology. I love to see how stuff works and how to make it. P.s. about my username if someone is curious: "In Vino VERitas"

The plane that we will make in this instructable is very easy to make, you just need to be careful with binding the paper, videlicet, you have to be correct.

So, lets go :)

Step 1:

Take a paper and bind it over the middle.

Step 2:

Bind edge to the middle like shown.

Step 3:

And again, edge to the middle.

Step 4:

Bind top to the bottom like is it on picture.

Step 5:

Step 6:

Step 7:

Step 8:

Bind it like that to make wings.

Step 9:

you should get something like that, and I marked top of the rocket to be more clearly visible in further steps which side is which.

Step 10:

Make wing on wing to get the form like on picture.

Step 11:

You should get something like that, I prefer using some sellotape to prevent plane from spreading sideward because paper is folded many times and there is plenty of tension in it.

Step 12:

Step 13:

Use rear side of plane to make flaps, in many cases plane will dive or go up too much, you can control that with angle of flaps, it may took some time to learn how to do it right.

Step 14:

When you're throwing it, put the fingers like on picture, that way it will go faster because you'll be using your finger for catapulting the plane. You can also put something through holder (from last to the front side), like stick for barbecue or something like that, that way you'll get you plane more stronger and impact-proof.

Step 15:

That's it, have fun and post the comment below if you have some questions or maybe some advice.

Thanks for reading and bye bye! :D

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