On sunday October 14 I asked if the swallow paper airplane had any other names and if it really was a traditional model. I received different answers.
I folded it as a gift Friday, three days ago. I wanted to share the pictures of my fold with you guys as a way of thanking you for your help https://scontent.fbaq6-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/44569114_2394402257242405_6854201203740377088_n.jpg?_nc_cat=107&_nc_ht=scontent.fbaq6-1.fna&oh=3e7dd2adc5328359f4b31875a5c96b2b&oe=5C4355C7 https://scontent.fbaq6-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/44705179_2394402157242415_823285023791644672_n.jpg?_nc_cat=101&_nc_ht=scontent.fbaq6-1.fna&oh=f6e0ec81ba82865787b54b2079a495a6&oe=5C584A75 The origami Facatativá event was two days ago. One of the activities was to bring a fold that answered the question "why did you start folding origami?". This was mine. Folded from fiber tissue paper attached to "papel silueta" (I don't know how is that paper called in English). When I was way young, two of my cousins folded it. I was amazed by its beauty. I believe I wasn't able to fold that paper airplane back then, but accompanying them while they made it and play with it was an important moment for me. I finally gave the fold to the organizer of the Facatativá event: Camilo Torres.