Another fun project tutorial from Kto6Science on instructables!
I learned to make these paper airplanes when I was a little girl living in South Korea. At that time, this cartoon movie, Mazinga-Z (Z is pronounced jet) was very popular. It saved people and the Earth from evil scientists and aliens (I think…). This is a take on the planes that flew together and separated to make the top of the robot’s head.
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