Introduction: The Hawk-nose Plane
This is a nice plane because you can easily make it over and over again if is gets ruined and can fly well. For a slow glide toss slightly and for a big, crashing turn chuck it. Sorry about the images (bad webcam)
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Step 1: Get a 8 1/2 by 11 Piece of Paper
Step 2: Fold in Half Then Unfold
Step 3: Fold Until the Corner Is an Equilateral Triangle With the Edge Touching the Middle Crease
Step 4: Repeat Step 3 But on the Other Side
Step 5: Fold in Again So the Edge Is Longer, But Still Touching
Step 6: Repeat Step 5 on the Other Side
Step 7: Fold the Nose in to the Part Where the 2 Other Edges Touch
Step 8: Fold the Nose Halfway Out
Step 9: Fold Along the Middle Crease
Step 10: Fold the Wing Out to So the Edge Touches the Bottom
Step 11: Repeat Step 10 on the Other Side
Step 12: The Glider
This is like the hawk-nose but make the wing-crease about 1/4 of an inch away. Neither of these fly too far but the glider has a cool landing.