The Swashbuckler loves big loops and turns. If you want a fun plane that's easy to fly, this is it!
How to Make a Swashbuckler Paper Airplane?
|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 top left corner to the right edge. Make sure the top right corner is as pointy as can be.|
|Step 3: Unfold.|
|Step 4: Now fold the top right corner to the left edge.|
|Step 5: Unfold. There should now be a big X.|
|Step 6: Turn the paper over horizontally.|
|Step 7: Find the middle of the big X. Fold down the top half of the big X at the middle of the big X.|
|Step 8: Unfold.|
|Step 9: Fold the left half of the paper to the right.|
|Step 10: Unfold.|
|Step 11: Turn the paper over horizontally.|
|Step 12: With your finger, poke the center of the big X and the center will pop in.|
|Step 13: Bring the left and right edges in towards the center to create a triangle.
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|Step 14: Fold the left and right triangle corners to the top point.|
|Step 15: Fold the enter top of the triangle down to where the top point meets the bottom of the triangle.|
|Step 16: Turn the paper over.|
|Step 17: Fold the left half to the right.|
|Step 18: Fold the wings while making sure the two corners (indicated by the two black arrows) come together.|
|Step 19: At the edge of the wing, fold in the fin (about the width of your pinky).
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|Step 20: Turn the paper over.|
|Step 21: Fold the second wing to line up with the first wing.|
|Step 22: Fold the fin for this wing as well.|
|Step 23: Unfold the wings and fins.|
|Step 24: Before flying, make sure the wings are tilted up a bit and the fins are standing straight up.|
|Step 25: You can get a good hold of the plane if you hold it near the front like this. Now throw it up at an angle and watch it loop and swoop!|