Stunt Plane Here’s what you need! Fold a sheet of office paper lengthways and then unfold it. Now fold diagonally across, so that the top edge lies along the left hand side. … yes, like this. Now fold diagonally the other way, so it looks like this. You need to tape along the open edge of the fold you just made. Like this. … and then folded under. Now fold the point down to where the ends of your folded pieces lie across the plane. … yes, like that. Fold the plane in half, along that middle fold you did at the start. Now, fold the wings down, around a line about 1 cm above the bottom fold. At this stage, we should probably fold the wing edges down – you’ll see that in a few steps time. I sort of forgot to do it – it doesn’t matter when you do it, as long as it is done. Fold the wings down, and it should look like this (apart from those folds at the edges of the wing, which we should probably have by now). Make a cut in the fuselage, from the bottom fold up to the base of the wings, about 2cm in from the back of the plane … … and fold up through the fuselage, to make a tailplane. Now put a piece of tape across the top of the wings, to keep them in place. And tape around the back of the tailplane. Like this. Now here’s that bit I should have done earlier. Fold the wing edges down, around a line about 1cm in. Make a cut about 1cm deep at the base of the tailplane. – and the same in the centre and edge of the wings. Like this. – and this. Your stunt plane is ready. Now to try some stunts. First, fold the wing flaps up – this will enable you to do a loop the loop (takes practice) and the camel hump (plane rises, then falls). Here’s what that looks like from the front. Now for a twist and a turn. Right flap up, rudder bent slightly to the right, left side down. Give it a whirl – and experiment. Here’s a top view of that. Now, experiment with different configurations.