Warning! The Infinity Arrow must be given the highest respect for paper airplanes because it is an original design by Eric Ha. Okay, there is another better reason. The tip is very pointy, it flies very fast, and it never stops flying so the only way it stops is by hitting something…hard! Even if that something is the ground. So make sure no one is around or in front of you when flying the Infinity Arrow.
Step 1: Start with a regular piece of rectangle paper that’s 8.5 x 11.0 inches (215.9 x 279.4 mm).
Step 2: Fold in half lengthwise.
Step 3: Unfold. We just need the crease.
Step 4: Turn the paper over.
Step 5: Now fold the top two corners to the center as shown to form a triangle at the top.
Step 6: Fold the triangle down.
Step 7: Unfold.
Step 8: Turn the paper over.
Step 9: Fold both diagonal edges to the center.
Step 10: Unfold the two flaps behind the top part of the paper.
Step 11: Fold the flaps to the front.
Step 12: Unfold the flaps.
Step 13: Find the crease at the back of the paper and fold down the top part where the crease is.
Step 14: Look for the pocket underneath the fold, then tuck the flap in there.
Step 15: Tuck the right flap in the right pocket.
Step 16: Fold up the triangle at the center.
Step 17: Fold the top left corner down. The top of the fold should wrap around the edge of the triangle. The bottom edge of the fold should not go pass the corner of the triangle.
Step 18: Unfold.
Step 19: Look for the pocket on the left side of the triangle and tuck the corner in there.
Step 20: Do the same to the right side. Fold the right corner by wrapping it around the triangle, unfold it, then tuck it into the right pocket.
Step 21: Confirm that your plane looks like this at this point.
Step 22: Fold the left half of the plane over to the right.
Step 23: Find where the “needle” and wing meet as your starting point for this fold, then fold the wing at an angle like this.
Step 24: Turn the paper over.
Step 25: Fold this wing to line up with the other wing.
Step 26: Fold the fin over the wing, but make sure the crease is folded parallel with the edge of the body.
Step 27: Turn the paper over.
Step 28: Fold this fin to line up with the other one.
Step 29: Open up the wings, but not the fins.
Step 30: Straigthen up the wings like this while keeping the fins folded in.
Step 31: Your airplane should resemble a “Y” from the front and back. If it flies to one side, then that side’s wing must be angled up higher or the other wing must be made lower. Just remember to keep the wings angled.
Step 32: Hold the airplane at the front where the thick part is. This will allow you to throw the Infinity Arrow hard. The harder you throw, the faster and farther it goes.