4. Cut the light weight sheet into shapes for
horizontal stabilizer and rudder. Horizontal stabilizer
is respnsible for balancing the plane horizontally while
rudder helps the plane to glide in a straight path.
5. Cut the light weight bar into a conelike body
or fuselage with almost thesame length of the wing span
6. Find a center line to attach the wing, usully
2/6th from the tip of the head.
7. Attach the wings using a sticky tape or adhessive,
same with the back wings.
8. Lastly roll the modelling clay into a ball and
stick it on the tip of the airplanes head.
9. Try launching the plane. If the plane stalls
and tilts up, then you need to add clay to the head because
it is tail heavy. If the plane flyin and drops to theground
swiftly head first, then it is head heavy, you need to
remove a little weight until the plane flies straight