How to Fly the Tumbling Wing

How To : Fold and fly the Tumbling Wing paper airplane

Learn to fly... paper airplanes. In this video tutorial, John Collins, The Paper Airplane Guy, shows you how to fold and fly the Tumbling Wing paper airplane. For this Tumbling Wing paper airplane, you'll be using a piece of phonebook paper. This Tumbling Wing paper airplane ...more

How To : Fold and fly a tumblewing walkalong glider

The science-fiction author, Arthur C. Clarke, once said, "That any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic". Who would have thought that we could create a wave of air with a piece of cardboard, and fly a folded sheet of telephone book paper on the wave ...more

News : THE Wilbur Wright of Paper Airplanes

Self proclaimed "Paper Airplane Guy", John Collins, is the master of paper crafted flight. Collins hosts workshops for Corporate America, using the paper airplane as a metaphor for success: "Weaving your corporate message into the stories of how the planes get invented, ties ...more

How To : Assemble a Micro Scout R/C model aircraft

Is your hobby remote controlled vehicles, specifically RC airplanes? Well, check out this video tutorial series to see how to assemble the Micro Scout R/C model aircraft from Plantraco. Yes, These planes are small - with a wingspan of only twelve inches, but believe that... " ...more

How To : Sail a kite wing on snow or ice

This is a kitewing sailing complete instructional video. This kite is set up to fly on snow and ice. Kites can be used to kite surf, windsurf, and kiteboard on sand, dirt or water. This is not a standard kite like that in windsurfing or kiteboarding, but closer to the hang gli ...more

How To : Fly a human powered hydrofoil

Also called hull-less watercraft or flapping wing propulsion vessels. Bounce up and down to make the wing fly and propel you across the surface of the water. If you stop, you fall. It's like a human powered water ski Fly a human powered hydrofoil. Click through to watch this v ...more

Insect Photography Challenge : Shots and Video

I don't think I should be eligible to win the prize since I'm an admin over at Math Craft, so I decided I might as well contribute a few random bug shots. Butterfly: Millipede: Moth: Just the moth's wing: A fly on a flower petal: Where little ants come from! The one on top is ...more

How To : Tie the "comparadun" for fly fishing

In two video clips, see how to tie the Comparadun. See how to add the Comparadun wing, then finish the fly with a tail and the body. Part 1 of 2 - How to Tie the "comparadun" for fly fishing. Part 2 of 2 - How to Tie the "comparadun" for fly fishing.

How To : Make Ross Mueller's blue wing olive emerger in fishing

Tight Lines Fly Fishing Co. proudly presents Ross Mueller Tying his BWO emerger. Enjoy a great fishing game with this great lure while fishing. This how-to shows how to properly make a blue wing olive emerger and this make a great hook, that fish just love to eat.

How To : Tie the gulper special when fly fishing

A parachute-style dry fly has several advantages over a standard hackled dry fly. The parachute name comes from the fly's propensity for soft, upright landings that don't spook trout. The body of the fly rides lower the surface film like a real mayfly and some people find the ...more

How To : Make a cosplay wing

This is a tutorial on how to make yourself a lovely pair of wings for cosplaying. If you want to be an angel, or maybe just want to fly around the next comicon, this is the video for you.

How To : Make a paper airplane fly farther

In this video, you are shown how to create a paper airplane and most importantly, how to make it fly farther. You will need a paper airplane, a stapler, and some tape and scissors. You staple the paper airplane all the way to the back without hitting either wing. You create th ...more

How To : Origami a paper airplane "Mirage"

Watch this visual demonstration on how to fold the Mirage. The Mirage is an excellent paper airplane. I was amazed the first time this left my hands and sailed -- nay -- floated to a perfect landing. The large wing area makes this glider easy to trim and especially graceful in ...more

How To : Keep a baby calm on a flight

Reduce your chances of becoming the seatmate everyone hates by learning how to head off a screaming jag. You Will Need * A seat over the wing * A baby bottle, breast milk, or a pacifier * Frequent diaper checks * A midweek, midday flight * A baby stroller Step 1: Go midday Tr ...more

How To : Tie a Parachute Adams for fly fishing

In this fly tying video series, get free fly tying instructions for tying a Parachute Adams dry fly from expert fly fisherman Jeff Wilkins. Jeff will teach you what fly tying materials you will need to tie the Parachute Adams and will give you a list of the materials you will ...more

How to Identify birds : the mourning dove

Bird watching is a great activity to do on your own or to spend time with the whole family. Look for the habitat, coloring, behavior and call of this beautiful bird and enjoy its beauty and soft cooing. The mourning dove nests in all 48 of the contiguous United States. Spot o ...more

How To : Make flying shoes! Or at least, shoes with wings

Have you seen the Addidas JS Wings kicks? They are sick, done in gold sheen with removable wings attached to make you look a little more like Mercury. If you don't have $175 dollars to drop on these kicks, this video from Threadbangers will teach you how to make your own pair ...more

How To : Fold a flapping crane with origami paper

Watch this video to learn how to fold a origami crane, but not just any ol' crane, this is a flapping crane. If folded right, when you pull the tail of this origami flapping crane, its wings should flutter like a bird. Now, if only this thing could fly! Grab your origami pape ...more

How To : Decorate a cupcake with a candy monarch butterfly

Monarch butterflies are one of nature's beautiful aesthetic pleasures, with gorgeous, intricate orange-yellow wings punctuated with black art deco motifs and coils. Replicate the beauty of these flying forces of nature by watching this video, which shows you how to decorate a ...more

How To : Fold Origami Bat-Winged Hearts for Valentine's Day

Hearts are fairly easy to cut out of paper, but origami hearts take a little more work, and that means more appreciation from their recipient. Even better, flying origami hearts. What better way to tell your loved one you care on Valentine's Day than with some bat-winged heart ...more

How To : Fold a reliable paper plane

Origami artist Ana Maria shows us how to fold a reliable paper plane. Start off with a rectangular piece of paper and fold it down the middle. Then take one the of the edges and fold it in a way that it makes a triangle. After that repeat the process again folding the edges ev ...more

How To : Animate a flying bird using Illustrator and Flash

In this two-part tutorial, J. Schuh demonstrates how to animate a flying bird using Illustrator and Flash. In Part 1, he goes over the process of creating the vector assets in Illustrator. In Part 2, he brings the illustrator assets into Flash to animate the movement of the wi ...more

How To : Build a durable bottle rocket using common items

Benson Trenh and Mark Norris show viewers how to build a bottle rocket using common household items. To build this creation you will need tape, a hole puncher, scissors and string. Also use a black plastic bag, or any color, for the parachute! Cut the black plastic bag into a ...more

How To : Make a hummingbird feeder & food

Catching sight of a hummingbird floating from flower to flower is one of those rare gifts from nature. In this quick and easy guide, use a little bit of science and learn how to make a hummingbird feeder that will attract all the birds in the yard. Hummingbirds are wonderful ...more

How To : Assemble the Micro Racer P-51 R/C model aircraft

Is your hobby remote controlled vehicles, specifically RC airplanes? Well, check out this video tutorial series to see how to assemble the Micro Racer P-51 R/C model aircraft from Plantraco. Yes, These planes are small - with a wingspan of only ten inches and flying weight of ...more

How To : Box model a jet in 3DS Max for PaperVision3D

This software tutorial series teaches you how to box model in 3DS Max. Specifically, you will learn the basics of box modeling in 3D Studio Max, then box model a jet and animate it for PaperVision3D. PART 1: covers the basics of shapes and objects and do a review of keyboard s ...more

How To : Make a Banner for a Lightweight RC Plane

I decided to make a quick banner for my RC plane. It was basically free, but you might need to get a few materials if you don't have them. My plane is a Hobbyzone Champ, which is a hardy but tiny plane, weighing only 1.3 ounces with the battery. My how-to is modeled after this ...more

How To : Origami a flapping bird

Have you ever wanted to just flap your wings and fly away? Well, here's your chance to flap your wings—the flying away part is a little more complicated.

How To : Make a simple paper airplane that flies far

In this video, we learn how to make a simple paper airplane that flies far. First, fold the paper in half and make sure it's perfectly even. From here, unfold the paper and fold the edges into where the crease is. After this, do the same on the other side and make it perfectly ...more

How To : Build a superfast paper airplane

Follow this video to learn how to make your own paper airplane that can really fly. Acquire a sheet of A4 paper and fold it in half. Afterwards fold two of the edges towards the center line set out when folding. These should be folded in the form of two triangles. After doing ...more

How To : Fold the Cobra style paper airplane

In this how-to video, you will learn how to make Cobra-style paper airplane. All you need is a regular piece of paper. This style is useful for hitting targets or flying straight. Fold the paper in half vertically and unfold. Take the top corner of the paper and fold it to the ...more

How To : Do a parkour dash vault

In this video, a kid demonstrates a parkour dash vault. He sends himself flying over a wall, landing in a graceful tumble some distance away on the grass. Then he breaks it down step by step, so you can do the dash vault too.

How To : Cope with a fear of flying

Are you scared to death every time you step on a plane? There are things you can do to reduce your anxiety that don’t involve Valium or a pitcher of Margaritas. Watch this video to learn how to cope with a fear of flying. Step 1. Familiarize yourself with airplane safety Fam ...more

How To : Make Chinese BBQ chicken wings

What could be better than sitting back and enjoying Chinese BBQ chicken wings. These are very not hard to make. You don't have to fly all the way to China for a delicious Chicken wings (Chinese KFC) You can make your own Chinese BBQ chicken wings at home.

How To : Cut an EPP foam UFO Roswell Delta

Watch this instructional model making video for a demonstration on how to use a foam cutter to cut a flying wing delta. The foam UFO Roswell Delta is a durable model. You may need your own set of instructions to complete this model airplane project, but the visual guidelines p ...more

How To : Origami a paper airplane "Nakamura"

Watch this visual demonstration on how to fold the paper airplane Nakamura. The Nakamura is a awesome plane. Do not squeeze the nakamura's keel together like you are throwing a paper dart or airplane. This nakamura does not have a trajectory. It follows a distinct and flowing ...more

How To : Create the farthest flying paper airplane

In this video, we learn how to make the farthest flying paper airplane. First, you will lay the paper flat and fold in two sides on the top. Then, fold it in half and keep folding the plane in. After this, you will see the wings become smaller and smaller. Once you fold this u ...more

How To : Make a Japanese origami flying cockroach/cicada

A cicada is a fancy term for a flying cockroach, and though it may seem strange - not to mention disgusting - to want to make a cockroach replica out of paper, we promise that the paper version is much cuter and won't pee on you like the real ones would. Watch this origami tu ...more

How To : Make a really good paper airplane

This video shows you how to make a very good paper airplane, that will fly in the air for about 10 seconds before it falls. Start by folding your paper in half length-wise, and then at one end fold triangles from the corners into the middle. Then flip your paper over, and fold ...more

News : Flying Pegasus Operated with LEGO Gears & Cranks

Korean MOC Pages user Kyoung-bae Na, aka edulyoung, constructed this beautiful LEGO automaton of a winged Pegasus. Maneuvered with a series of mechanical LEGO gears and cranks, watch below as Pegasus "hovers", flapping her wings. Kyoung-bae Na sells his creations out of his e- ...more

News : Jetman Does Acrobatics in the Sky

Looks like Yves Rossy is getting better at flying (his previous stunt sent him plummeting into the Atlantic). Other than some slight initial engine trouble, last week's record breaking aerial loops went off without a hitch. Watch below. Rossy's site states: "This flight has b ...more

How To : Make a paper airplane glider

Making a paper airplane that will fly far is useful for throwing in a competition. If you want to know how to do that you should watch this. 1. Roll the right corner toward the middle of the rectangular paper and then flatten it. Do it on the left corner. 2. Fold the paper in ...more

How To : Make your own model airplane

On YouTube-irDescent you find a simple way to make your own model of a gliding airplane. The instructor begins by giving some information on how birds inspired the inventing of airplanes. Some clips of flying birds are shown. She also explains all of the general parts of the a ...more

How To : Make a tin foil airplane glider

Learn how to make the perfect tinfoil airplane glider, every time. Obtain a rectangular sheet of tinfoil. Fold the shorter side of the rectangle foil in half and make a crease. Unfold the foil. Fold one of the corners into the middle crease. Fold the opposite corner into the m ...more

How To : 5 DIY Treatments for Your Bad Hair Days

Who would have thought that dryer sheets can be a quick remedy for super-staticky flyaway hair? But it's true. It's all about the positive charges in the sheets and their ability to neutralize electron buildup. And that's not the only surprising quick fix for hair problems tha ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : REREMICE

REREMICE 62 points (12 points without the bingo) Definition: bats (flying mammals) [n/pl.] But these aren't just ordinary flying bats. Reremice (or rearmice) are known more commonly as particolored bats, which is a medium-sized species in the family of Vesper bats. It's bino ...more

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