SU-34 Fighting Falcon How to make Paper Planes

Step 1: Take a sheet of A4 (or letter) size paper, fold it in half sideways to make a crease and unfold.

Step 2: Fold the upper corners to meet the center line.

Step 3: Fold the item in half downward and then fold the flap upward along the bottom line of the previous two flaps.

Step 4: Turn the item over.

Step 5: Unfold the corners.

Step 6: Fold the upper corners of the pleat to meet the center line.

Step 7: Fold two halves of the top part to meet the center line, making a small triangle at the bottom. Flatten the four creases.

Step 8: Open the flaps.

Step 9: Fold the corners of the flaps to meet the center line, putting together the upper edges of the flaps. Then unfold.

Step 10: Do it again, but putting together the bottom edges.

Step 11: Put the bottom edges together again, at the same time put together the upper edges. Fold upward the two small flaps.

Step 12: Then fold them downward and tuck the corners into each other.

Step 13: Fold the item in half to the right.

Step 14: Make two incisions and cut out a small triangle as shown.

Step 15: Fold to make the left wing.

Step 16: Fold to make the right wing.

Step 17: Fold the edges of the wings outward.

Step 18: Rotate the item.

Step 19: Open the airplane.

Step 20: Fold the incised part upward to shape the tail.

Step 21: The SU-34 Fighting Falcon is complete!

Lesson added by Sergey Burlakov