Saturday, July 23, 2011

Paper planes #3: The Moth

To be perfectly honest, I find making paper planes very interesting, especially since I've recently found about two dozen more of incredibly designed ones. I assure you, that they all look great and fly well. Oh, by the way, lines (and only lines) on these pictures mean that the paper should be folded "forward" (like a book, I really hope you know what I mean), while line-dot-dot think is where you fold the paper in the opposite direction, call it  "backwards". If you fold one paper plane using the tutorials posted here, you'll know exactly what to do :)

Here's another new one.

















I'd like to know your opinion about the way I put images in my posts... I can't think of a way to put them all in one piece. If anybody has an idea how to help me, I'd be grateful.

29 comments:

  1. I wonder how far that would fly...

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  2. Whoa, this can fly? I wanna try.

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  3. wow this one is really cool. i haven't seen this one before. my little art students will really like this one.

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  4. Nice! I will try it!

    FOLLOWED

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  5. Looks better than anything I could do.

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  6. I really appreciate origamis. That's fuck awesome.

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  7. i like the way you post your pictures. and if something is difficult you can put some text in between the pictures to explain them more

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  8. Awesome. I used to make paper nails. hard to explain but they were awesome, i also made a spike spiral with the nails.
    +followed by starcraftdinner.blogspot.com

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  9. Looks pretty cool.

    I think you can adjust positioning of the images, if you play around a bit in HTML. But I did not really have a need to do that yet, so not sure.

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  10. This is great. I'm making one now. :)

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  11. Made something like this out of a pizza box. True story.

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  12. nice post I going to school and avery day make some paper plains, thx for posting I can need it,
    interesting blog, I following and went on your advertisement

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  13. have never seen this design before. i dont even understand how to make it

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  14. you keep giving me these things. i am going to run out of paper if it keeps going this way.

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  15. Images are fine. I'm just wondering what the difference is between different types of planes? Just curious.

    Thanks for the post. Oh, and thanks for commenting on my blog post -- I will reward your kindne$$ ;)

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  16. i got all the way to the part that involved tape before realizing that i have no tape :/

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  17. omg this air plane look badass, I've tried but got no success :( mine's looking weird

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  18. wow that looks cool!
    If you would like to piece images together why not try http://www.picnik.com/? Its free and a very user friendly to edit photos. Unless you're experienced with programs such as photoshop and gimp
    Try it on your next post!

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  19. lol thats how I used to make my paper plane cool :)

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  20. I'm really loving these instructions, I haven't made paper planes since I was a kid!

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  21. I tried making it (took me a few tries to get it right) and it flew really far. Crashed though and bent the wings :(

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  22. Another nice post mate, looks like a stealth bomber!

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  23. That is one cool looking paper airplane.

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  24. I am really liking all these paper planes.

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  25. I just tried to make it and I failed. I'm going to give it another go now because it looks cool.

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  26. this one didn't work as well for me so I will definitely be trying again soon.

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