Origami Uranus Arc III Airplane
Nicolas Baudier is a French origami master. This art has spread throughout the world, so new figures began to be invented not only in Japan. “Uranus III” is one of the latest modifications of his famous origami “Uranus” (“Uranus Arc I”). Each subsequent model became faster and easier to manage until finally, the Uranus III appeared.
This origami is perfectly completed and impresses with its abilities. The main distinguishing features of such an aircraft are the duration of the flight and record-breaking long distances. Don’t believe it? Let’s move on to the assembly as soon as possible, so that you can see it for yourself.
According to tradition, to fold the plane using the origami technique, you need an A4 (21×28 cm) sheet of paper. You can use colored paper to make the plane more visible in the sky, fun, and unique.
Next, you need to fold the top side corners inward. Be careful as the side edges of the corners should be parallel to the bottom edge of the figure.
Bend the top inward as shown in the photo. The triangle located at the back should be outside at the top.
The wings still require a few small tweaks. They should be slightly bent upwards. Their fins, on the contrary, should stand straight, parallel to the body. You can throw the plane straight or slightly up at an angle. Enjoy!