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Prison Break Origami Crane

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Origami Crane Prison Break was one of my favorite TV series not only because Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) is so handsome, but also for the originality of the story. In one episode, we saw how is used an origami swam … Continue reading →

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Origami Boat

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How to Make an Origami Boat Are you fascinated of Origami Ships? Origami Paper Boat Tutorial I am a child of a shipman and l was attracted by water and boats throughout my childhood. My parents were captains. As a … Continue reading →

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The Marling
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The Paper Airplane The Marling. The Marling is a easy to Fold paper airplane. You need a paper sheet size Letter. This plane has Variations on the schoolyard specials that are fun to fold and fun to fly. This craft is what the kid in you wants.
The Marlin is a variation on the classic dart, is easy to fold and can be thrown very hard as a ‘blackboard bomber’ should. This variation of a classic design works well with medium to heavy Letter size paper.
The Marling can be thrown hard and fast especially with the addition of a paper clip on the nose. Press the next button and follow along with the folds. Paper Folding The MarlingPosted in How to make a paper airplane > Hunters

Folding Instructions:

To fold the Paper Plane ‘The Marling’ you should follow step to step the following sequence.

On the Upper Left side appears the paper sheet before folding, on the Upper Right Side, appears the sheet after folding it. The left animation indicates how you have to fold the paper sheet.

After The folding you should click the button ‘Next’ to see the next step.

You have to repeat the previous step, until you finish folding the Paper Airplane.

With the button ‘Back’ you will return to the previous step.

The button ‘Start’ takes you to the step 1 and the button ‘End’ takes you to the last step.

You need to fold it accurately in order to have a perfect paper airplane which can fly well.

How to Fly the paper plane The Marling

For greater distance, point the plane at an angle of 45 degrees upward.

If you want to hit a target at a short distance and accuracy, locate the plane at eye level and throw horizontally

For anything else, throw the plane as hard as you can in any direction.

How to fly: Light Throwing at 30-40 degrees straight up ( Similar to throw a football).

Where to fly: it is best indoor.

Paper Size: Printing paper: Letter size: 8.5 x 11 in. A4 is possible ( Please test it out).

* Aerodynamic body shape

* One of the Easiest Paper Airplanes Ever

* Flies Pretty well

 

 
This is the list of all Paper Airplanes in this Category

The Hawk

The Marling

The Dagger

The Needle

The Origami X-Hunter

The Thay Hunter - Paper Airplane

The Origami Mirage.

The Barracuda.

Category: The Hunters

The Hunter / The Dart

Paper Airplanes

Comments

If you have any comment or suggestion about this paper plane, PLEASE, feel free to leave me comments. I am happy to listen to you and will improve my future animation tutorial

jake – [australia – brisbane] –
its awsome to day i made six planes.

jakey98 – [USA – New York]
This was fun to make. With looseleaf it doesn’t fly so well. with computer paper its better.

Christina Lutilia – [Southern Korea – Suwon]
I can’t understand what you are saying! It really flies well. It goes about 2m!

the marling masta – [USA – norco]
I MADE THE MARLING WITH COMPUTER PAPER ITS A BIG HIT!!!!!! I SOLD 4 OF THEM FOR 1.00$ EACH

plane kid from maine – [usa – lebanon]
i cant do fold 3 its hard

2231dav
cool

Alwx – [Northern Ireland – armagh]
The last bit is very hard

Karolina – [Polska – Gdask]
Hi! This is nice airplane. :D

Justin Bivins – [United States of America – Broadalbin, New York]
The airplane has a unique design, but every time I launch the airplane, it always goes directly down. One more thing, at the home page it never bshows vortexes because it is always blocked by an ad.

RJ – [Singapore – Singapore]
Hey! It looks like one of the best paper airplanes called SWORDFISH! Except that this plane/dart flies even better

Andreu Hoffman – [United States – Somerville]
The plane itself is awesome it flys fast accuretly. but i think you really should break down the steps some more and make it less confusing. planes done step by step always fly better.

Hunter English – [Arizona – Phoenix]
I CAN MAKE A PAPER AIRPLANE IN A FEW MINUTES!!!!

da bomb – [U.S.A. – San Diego]
The needle is awesome

lutero907 POLAND – [POLAND – WOJNICZ]
This is great :D

loc – [france paris – ]
J’ adore le mirage et le the hay hunter mais le dagger vole quand meme bien et il n’ est pas complique a fabrique au niveau des bateaux le catameran est pas mais super chaud a fabriqué et en plus il ne flotte pas bien donc il vaut mieux faire 5 ou 6 bateaux normeaux et pouvoir les utliser

gupppy
MAnnnnnnnnn this is the best

Alex – [U.K – Stevenage]
MEGA FAST!!!!!! IT ROCKS!!!!!

sippi-nippi-whippi – [whippi land – africa]
whippy airplanes is de best yo ni to put on de calassic drat dat i cool airplane man sippi up bye

babygirl – [united states – selma]
how in the world a girl gonna choose between so many planes and i like to think my teacher mrs anderson my science teacher ms anderson at tipton middle

MICHAEL
THE NEEDLE IS COOL

shareef – [singapore – ]
cooooooooool I love those paper planes

the undertaker
the best and the hardest paper airplane i’ve aver seen!!!

sam
i think it would be better if they had a movie or …

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The Hawk


The Hawk

The Barracuda. Almost a glider, this dart requires folding accuracy for its clever nose section but it flies and satisfies when well made.
This snub nosed dart allows many variations in the size and shape of the wings and tail. Fun to fold, it can be tricky to trim and fly so take care to fold tight and accurate creases. Start with a normal Letter size sheet, press the next button and follow along.Posted in How to make a paper airplane > Hunters

Folding Instructions:

To fold the Paper Plane ‘The Hawk’ you should follow step to step the following sequence.

On the Upper Left side appears the paper sheet before folding, on the Upper Right Side, appears the sheet after folding it. The left animation indicates how you have to fold the paper sheet.

After The folding you should click the button ‘Next’ to see the next step.

You have to repeat the previous step, until you finish folding the Paper Airplane.

With the button ‘Back’ you will return to the previous step.

The button ‘Start’ takes you to the step 1 and the button ‘End’ takes you to the last step.

You need to fold it accurately in order to have a perfect paper airplane which can fly well.

How to Fly the paper plane The Hawk

Launch with a moderate throw at a slight up angle. If it spirals out of control, adjust the rudder in the opposite direction. Trim elevators for list as needed especially if you add a paper clip to the nose.

For greater distance, point the plane at an angle of 45 degrees upward.

If you want to hit a target at a short distance and accuracy, locate the plane at eye level and throw horizontally

For anything else, throw the plane as hard as you can in any direction.

How to fly: Light Throwing at 30-40 degrees straight up ( Similar to throw a football).

Where to fly: it is best indoor.

Paper Size: Printing paper: Letter size: 8.5 x 11 in. A4 is possible ( Please test it out).

* Aerodynamic body shape

* One of the Easiest Paper Airplanes Ever

* Flies Pretty well

 

 
This is the list of all Paper Airplanes in this Category

The Hawk

The Marling

The Dagger

The Needle

The Origami X-Hunter

The Thay Hunter - Paper Airplane

The Origami Mirage.

The Barracuda.

Category: The Hunters

The Hunter / The Dart

Paper Airplanes

Comments

If you have any comment or suggestion about this paper plane, PLEASE, feel free to leave me comments. I am happy to listen to you and will improve my future animation tutorial

jake – [australia – brisbane] –
its awsome to day i made six planes.

jakey98 – [USA – New York]
This was fun to make. With looseleaf it doesn’t fly so well. with computer paper its better.

Christina Lutilia – [Southern Korea – Suwon]
I can’t understand what you are saying! It really flies well. It goes about 2m!

the marling masta – [USA – norco]
I MADE THE MARLING WITH COMPUTER PAPER ITS A BIG HIT!!!!!! I SOLD 4 OF THEM FOR 1.00$ EACH

plane kid from maine – [usa – lebanon]
i cant do fold 3 its hard

2231dav
cool

Alwx – [Northern Ireland – armagh]
The last bit is very hard

Karolina – [Polska – Gdask]
Hi! This is nice airplane. :D

Justin Bivins – [United States of America – Broadalbin, New York]
The airplane has a unique design, but every time I launch the airplane, it always goes directly down. One more thing, at the home page it never bshows vortexes because it is always blocked by an ad.

RJ – [Singapore – Singapore]
Hey! It looks like one of the best paper airplanes called SWORDFISH! Except that this plane/dart flies even better

Andreu Hoffman – [United States – Somerville]
The plane itself is awesome it flys fast accuretly. but i think you really should break down the steps some more and make it less confusing. planes done step by step always fly better.

Hunter English – [Arizona – Phoenix]
I CAN MAKE A PAPER AIRPLANE IN A FEW MINUTES!!!!

da bomb – [U.S.A. – San Diego]
The needle is awesome

lutero907 POLAND – [POLAND – WOJNICZ]
This is great :D

loc – [france paris – ]
J’ adore le mirage et le the hay hunter mais le dagger vole quand meme bien et il n’ est pas complique a fabrique au niveau des bateaux le catameran est pas mais super chaud a fabriqué et en plus il ne flotte pas bien donc il vaut mieux faire 5 ou 6 bateaux normeaux et pouvoir les utliser

gupppy
MAnnnnnnnnn this is the best

Alex – [U.K – Stevenage]
MEGA FAST!!!!!! IT ROCKS!!!!!

sippi-nippi-whippi – [whippi land – africa]
whippy airplanes is de best yo ni to put on de calassic drat dat i cool airplane man sippi up bye

babygirl – [united states – selma]
how in the world a girl gonna choose between so many planes and i like to think my teacher mrs anderson my science teacher ms anderson at tipton middle

MICHAEL
THE NEEDLE IS COOL

shareef – [singapore – ]
cooooooooool I love those paper planes

the undertaker
the best and the hardest paper airplane i’ve aver seen!!!

sam
i think it would be better if they had a movie or a person folding and talking at the sa…

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The Dagger


The Dagger

The Paper Airplane The Dagger was one of the earliest interceptor planes it´s ever designed. The first was constructed back in 1991, and it remained the most effective plane in this area until the Piranha was designed in 1996.
Over short range it is very fast and accurate, the two most important factors in an interceptor plane. With practice I can make it hit a 2cm target most of the time over a range of 3 metres. However, over longer distance its performance rapidly decreases.
Even so, if you want to have a Paper Aeroplane War with someone, this isn’t a bad plane to use.Posted in How to make a paper airplane > Hunters

Folding Instructions:

To fold the Paper Plane ‘The Dagger’ you should follow step to step the following sequence.

On the Upper Left side appears the paper sheet before folding, on the Upper Right Side, appears the sheet after folding it. The left animation indicates how you have to fold the paper sheet.

After The folding you should click the button ‘Next’ to see the next step.

You have to repeat the previous step, until you finish folding the Paper Airplane.

With the button ‘Back’ you will return to the previous step.

The button ‘Start’ takes you to the step 1 and the button ‘End’ takes you to the last step.

You need to fold it accurately in order to have a perfect paper airplane which can fly well.

How to Fly the paper plane The Dagger

For greater distance, point the plane at an angle of 45 degrees upward.

If you want to hit a target at a short distance and accuracy, locate the plane at eye level and throw horizontally

For anything else, throw the plane as hard as you can in any direction.

How to fly: Light Throwing at 30-40 degrees straight up ( Similar to throw a football).

Where to fly: it is best indoor.

Paper Size: Printing paper: Letter size: 8.5 x 11 in. A4 is possible ( Please test it out).

* Aerodynamic body shape

* One of the Easiest Paper Airplanes Ever

* Flies Pretty well

 

 
This is the list of all Paper Airplanes in this Category

The Hawk

The Marling

The Dagger

The Needle

The Origami X-Hunter

The Thay Hunter - Paper Airplane

The Origami Mirage.

The Barracuda.

Category: The Hunters

The Hunter / The Dart

Paper Airplanes

Comments

If you have any comment or suggestion about this paper plane, PLEASE, feel free to leave me comments. I am happy to listen to you and will improve my future animation tutorial

Andreu Hoffman – [United States – Somerville]
The plane itself is awesome it flys fast accuretly. but i think you really should break down the steps some more and make it less confusing. planes done step by step always fly better.

Hunter English – [Arizona – Phoenix]
I CAN MAKE A PAPER AIRPLANE IN A FEW MINUTES!!!!

da bomb – [U.S.A. – San Diego]
The needle is awesome

lutero907 POLAND – [POLAND – WOJNICZ]
This is great :D

loc – [france paris – ]
J’ adore le mirage et le the hay hunter mais le dagger vole quand meme bien et il n’ est pas complique a fabrique au niveau des bateaux le catameran est pas mais super chaud a fabriqué et en plus il ne flotte pas bien donc il vaut mieux faire 5 ou 6 bateaux normeaux et pouvoir les utliser

gupppy
MAnnnnnnnnn this is the best

Alex – [U.K – Stevenage]
MEGA FAST!!!!!! IT ROCKS!!!!!

sippi-nippi-whippi – [whippi land – africa]
whippy airplanes is de best yo ni to put on de calassic drat dat i cool airplane man sippi up bye

babygirl – [united states – selma]
how in the world a girl gonna choose between so many planes and i like to think my teacher mrs anderson my science teacher ms anderson at tipton middle

MICHAEL
THE NEEDLE IS COOL

shareef – [singapore – ]
cooooooooool I love those paper planes

the undertaker
the best and the hardest paper airplane i’ve aver seen!!!

sam
i think it would be better if they had a movie or a person folding and talking at the same time.

maplestory dude – [Australia – Perth]
Ive made this plane a million times its great

Karthick K N – [India – Chennai]
Slight difficult in understanding.Need to be clear. That`s it. Nice.

RUSS – [CALIFORNIA – HEMET]
U SHOULD MAKE A VDEO IT’S EASYER TOO MAKE IT THAT WAY

mario – [united states – Tucson]
this is probaly the best to make origami!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I checked for a million times then I found this website !!!!thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

dakota barton – [ohio – wethington]
this is the best origami web-site ive ever been tooo.

Andreas – [Cyprus – Larnaka]
in “cataraman” the picture is not chaging!!!!

tommy – [canada – toronto]
This plane is to good i like it if you wany to make it more cool decorate it put a straw and staple it

Lucy – [United States – Florida]
hey great airplane its real good at flying

Buck – [United States – Washington]
Hey! Someone tought me how to fold that plane when I was little but over the years I forgot. The last 2 years I have been trying to figure it out but whith no luck. Then I found your website. Thanks!

Abe …

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Origami Alphabet

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Origami Alphabet by Jo Nakashima Alphabet Origami introduces you to origami, the Japanese art of Paper folding. Origami can be enjoyed by both children and adults. These video tutoriales shows you how to CREATE Alphabet capital letters with paper. Let’s … Continue reading →

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