The Pteroplane is a little stunt plane that comes alive in the air with its loops, swoops, and spins. It's named after the pterodactyl dinosaur because of the way it looks and flies. Just kidding. I have no idea how a pterodactyl flies. They became extinct right before I was born.
|Step 1: Start with a regular piece of rectangle paper that's 8.5 x 11.0 inches (215.9 x 279.4 mm).|
|Step 2: Fold the left half to the right.|
|Step 3: Unfold. We just need the crease.|
|Step 4: Now fold the top two corners to the center as shown to form a triangle at the top.|
|Step 5: Fold the triangle down.|
|Step 6: Fold the bottom part up, creasing at the bottom tip of the triangle. Run your fingernails along the crease to get a good sharp fold.|
|Step 7: Unfold.|
|Step 8: Turn the paper over and fold the bottom part up again at the crease line. Again, run your fingernails along the crease to get a good sharp fold.|
|Step 9: Unfold.|
|Step 10: Turn the paper over.
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