Paper F-14 Tomcat Fighter Jet by Michael Lafosse
Folder and Photo: @OrigamiKids
Complexity: Intermediate. Time to fold 15 min. 30 steps. Folded from one classic Uncut square paper Red and White 22 cm x 22 cm.
Diagrams in “Origami Art” by Michael Lafosse. Pages 127-129
How to fold? At the end of the page
Lafosse’s first origami designs were paper airplanes. and this was the first model Lafosse published as Aero-gami. It was also the first of his models that videotaped to prove the point to Michael that video was a useful tool for teaching origami. This model was first time pulished in 1984 in the Magazine Popular Science, it was photocopies circulated throughout Air Force bases. Today still hear from pilots and Air Force personnel about their experience folding and flying the F-l 4 Aero-gami model
Category: Howto & Style
Origami F-14 Tomcat Fighter Jet (use a squared paper)
Designed by Michael G. LaFosse.
Origami Videos How to fold an origami F-14 Tomcat Fighter Jet.
This video shows you how to make an origami F-14 Tomcat Fighter Jet.
youtube.com/ user/ iejhcho
종이접기 종이접기 비행기 전투기 접는 방법을 설명한 동영상 입니다.
[You Tube 티펜] 진짜님이 자신만만하게 전투기 접기 도전했는데 이상한 전투기가 됬네요ㅠㅠ
[우현민] 조금은 어렵지만 짱 잘만들어졋어요.
[권인혁] 정말 잘 설명 해주세요 잘 접었습니다##
[L. Kooll] I did it the first time I tried.
[박정기] 접어보니 어렵네요^^
[Julien Côté] What are the dimension of the paper you are using? Thanks
[조송학] 난 이거 아주 쉽게 접었는데 ㅋㅋㅋ
[Pastrama Stefan] bagami-as pu*a nu imi iese
[kuif234] I don’t know if this can fly, but the other can, so I think this one can also fly
[태연주] 이해가안돼네:; 설명을 좀 해주든가
[kuif234] So hard? Dudes this is very easy. Another guy made a similar tutorial to the SAME PLANE and it was more difficult than this. I think this tutorial, the original, is better than the other.
[Audry Romeu] Muto bo bo tabalo
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[ahmet mete] oye
How to fold Here!
Option 1. Recommended by @origamikids
BUY THE BOOK! Diagrams in “Origami Art” by Michael Lafosse. Pages 127-129
Option 2. Video Tutorial by iejhcho
Option 3: Diagrams! Tomorrow