Origami Model Airplanes (9784805309995)

Current Stock:
Tuttle Publishing
Hardcover, Jacketed
Date Published:
23 projects; color photos and line art illus throughout
Number of Pages:
Trim Size:
8 1/2 X 11

Make impressive airplane models of military aircraft with this easy origami book.

Paper folders and military airplane enthusiasts can now create amazingly detailed model airplanes using basic origami techniques! Popular origami designer Patrick Wang introduces his paper craft book Origami Model Airplanes, where he has devised a unique system for making origami airplane models using familiar origami folding techniques that is less time consuming and frustrating, even for absolute beginning origami folders. The folds are so easy it could even be considered an origami-for-kids book. Folding paper models of airplanes is a great way to learn origami or improve one's paper folding techniques.

Origami Model Airplanes provides easy-to-follow instructions and fully-colored illustrated diagrams for all model airplane projects. These truly eye-catching origami model planes will be marveled by all at how intricate-looking and realistic they really are. No one will ever believe it takes just a nimble set of fingers, a pair of scissors and a bit of glue to make! In addition to multiple photos of the finished fighter jet models and other military planes, numerous facts are given for each of the model planes making Origami Model Airplanes a great value!

This paper airplane model book contains:
  • Fully-colored instructional origami book
  • Step-by-step instructions
  • Folding techniques and tips
  • 23 origami airplane models
  • Airplane history and background
Anyone with an interest in the Air Force, fighter planes, or military history will especially love folding these paper models that look like the real thing! Once folded, these planes look great in any bedroom or study.

Origami airplane models include:
  • F-117 Nighthawk
  • F-14 Tomcat fighter jet
  • F-18 Hornet
  • Typhoon
  • And many more…

About the Author:
Patrick Wang is the son of an air force pilot and spent his childhood creating airplane models and dreaming of flying. He is currently working towards his doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Houston.