Origami Royal Wing Airplane

We present to you a compact glider that can be created using the origami technique. Its wings are several times larger than its fuselage, allowing it to fly leisurely using the power of the wind. Try making such a model! It’s not difficult if you follow our step-by-step instructions.

To make this interesting model, you only need thick paper and scissors. You can choose any color for the glider – from white and gray to the brightest possible shades. Let’s get started!

Step 1

Prepare a sheet of A4 or another size but with approximately the same aspect ratio.

Step 2

Place it face up (in the example, the white side).

Step 3

Fold the paper in half to create a fold that you will use as a guide in the next steps.

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Fold the top right corner toward the middle of the bottom side and press the fold.

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Repeat the same action with the upper left corner.

Step 7

Return the paper to its original state. All the necessary folds have been made, so it won’t be long before you will see the final result.

Step 8

Fold the paper along the folds as shown in the photo to create a diamond-shaped piece in the middle of the figure.

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Bend the top right side up.

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Bend the left side in the same way.

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Turn the paper over and fold the two top parts towards you, towards the center of the figure.

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Turn the figure over again.

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Fold the shape in half horizontally.

Step 18

Fold the figure in half again – this time vertically.

Step 19

Step away approximately 1 cm from the central fold and fold the wings of the future glider.

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Bend the edges of the wings as shown in the photo.

Step 22

Make 3 small cuts on each wing and bend the paper slightly.

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Give the craft a finished look and your glider is ready.

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It will be an interesting addition to your aircraft collection. Fire it up quickly to see how this simple but clever design moves through the air.

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