Origami X-Wing.

Origami X-Wing (Star Wars Fighter) by Alex Crosse

Origami X-Wing (Star Wars Fighter) by Alex Crosse

Origami is the art of creating objects out of a single square sheet of paper. The purpose of this instruction set is to allow the user to create their own armada of X-Wing star fighters from Star wars. Here are a video tutorial instructions for how to make an origami x-wing described by Alex Crosse. You may never step into the cockpit of your own X-Wing, but you can at least a make a very tiny version with this handy origami tutorial guide.

x-win 150The X-Wing was originally a stunt craft and was purchased by the Rebel alliance and converted into star fighters. The distinctive X shape of the X-wing comes from the s-foil wings which can change positioning: open for increased maneuverability (attack position) or closed for increased speed (cruising position). The X-wing is an all around good star fighter with high speed, maneuverability, payload capacity and durability.

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How to fold the Origami X-Wing Video TutorialLike Star Wars 7? Learn here how to make the Origami Star Wars X-wing Starfighter! It can be a little tricky, but with a little practice anyone can do it! Watch the video above for the best instruction, and refer to the instructable for extra tips along the way!

This video show step-by-step instructions for how to make an origami x-wing, and demonstrated by Alex Crosse. This was done using a 15cm-square of thin paper, coloured on one side and white on the other – the x-wing ends up coloured all over. When making folds, try to be as precise as possible, particularly when folding a corner in half! Some of the folds get very thin at the end.

This is a video demonstration of how to fold your very own origami x-wing fighter plane out of a single sheet of paper. The instructions were so easy even I could follow them. As a matter of fact, I just made one myself! “That’s a balled up piece of paper.” IT’S A DEATH STAR.

Keep going for sixteen minutes of me waiting for a paper cut that never happened. Also, the instructions really don’t look that easy at all. I lied earlier.

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