The Complete Paper Aeroplane Book is packed with diagrams, instructions and graphics that will help you to build your own paper aircraft that really fly. From origami fighter jets to tin foil helicopters, and paper Spitfires, there are hundreds of different ways of building successful flying devices from waste paper. Hours of fun can be had following this book's clear instructions and using the colour templates provided. The customised graphics for each model make sure that your aircraft will look great as well as flying better than any paper dart you have ever folded. All of the fantastic flying machines featured have been built and tested by the author to ensure that, with little more than a few folds and a couple of snips, your new creation can get airborne.
David Woodroffe is an artist, technical illustrator, model maker, kite flyer and paper aeroplane enthusiast. Based in Basingstoke in Hampshire, England, he has worked as an illustrator for magazine publishers as well as creating illustrations for books and websites. Although trained as an old school illustrator using pen and paper, Dave has embraced modern technology and now creates illustrations and graphics on computer.