The Dassault Mirage 2000 is a tailless delta-wing, single-engine military aircraft manufactured by France’s Dassault Aviation. Nine countries currently use the aircraft, including France and Taiwan. This years marks the 20th anniversary of the ROC Air Force’s first purchase of Dassault Mirages from France back in May 1997. For the past two decades, the American F-16 and the Indigenous Defense Fighter aircraft have been the backbone of the ROC Air Force, defending our national airspace. The Dassault Mirage 2000 is fast and powerful, can travel up to 1200 km on a single flight and can even be equipped with 30 mm autocannons, magic missiles and Mica missiles, making it a strong first line of defense for aerial warfare.
For this challenge, I took an A4 sheet of coloured paper and made a rather realistic model of the Dassault Mirage 2000 without any cutting or gluing. The end result is almost perfect, and after some fine-tuning it is now ready for flight! The video tutorial is up: you should totally give it a shot!
Here’s a video showing how to make an origami Dassault Mirage 2000: