Simple origami aircraft, can fly in the air for a long time. A rectangular piece of paper is used, and the head of the plane is heavy enough to hover in the air.
It's easier to prepare the material. Just grab a piece of paper. It is also easy to fold and is one of the paper airplanes that children prefer. Let's take a look at how this big-winged plane has been folded out!
1.Use one rectangular piece of paper, or one-half or one-quarter of A4 paper. Fold its two long sides in half and then unfold, leaving a crease.
2.Fold the two corners of a short side to the opposite side, align the short side with the long side, and spread out to leave the creases.
3.Turn over, fold this short side up and cross the point of creases. And then unfold, leaving creases.
4.Turn over again. on this side of the creases, according to the creases gather into a double triangle.
5.Fold the left and right corners of the front layer to the bottom angle, forming two small isosceles triangles.
6.Fold the four sides of the small isosceles triangles to the center, then unfold, leaving creases.
7. Fold along the creases to create the shape of the figure, with two small vertical corners.
8.Fold the bottom part of the two vertical corners back to the back, as it should be when finished.
9.Fold both sides of it in half along the middle crease.
10. Fold the left two sides, the front and the back, to the right, respectively.
11. Turn the two sides on the right, 1 cm to the left, respectively, from the front and back.
12.Spread your wings and adjust it slightly.A long-flying, hovering plane has been finished.