Date:30.05.2017, 02:59 When you bend the wings up, just put some muscle into it Good luck! /p Awesome F16. I love the last photo, and the second last. p Beautiful! Well executed. Is this your design? /p p Really, I made it. and thank you. /p muuuuy top p Awesome! Thank you! :D /p p Awesome! Thanks for the instructions! I never dreamed it was actually doable /p p quot;This is pretty tricky to start out but once you learn how to do it, it's pretty easy. Quot; No kidding, that fold was a pig of a thing! I actually found it easier to bend from the tail end, bringing the sides slowly up, rather than folding the nose down and bringing the sides slowly down. Thanks you too! /p p Gonna try with different type of paper next time. /p p Nice! This is definitely a harder origami model to make. /p p Wow that's cool I might try it /p. /p p Regular printer paper is way to think for this. I had a hard time bending the wings in the end because of how thick the folds became. Origami paper would be much better.
Thunderous condemnation is more like it.) In view of the uproar, it seems important to say right up front that Ms. Middlebrook has written a wonderful book: just, balanced, insightful, complex in its sympathies and in its judgment of Sexton both as a person and as a writer.