Okay so the basic concept is that each "wing" needs to be generating lift, so a flat or slightly concave underside, and a curved top. What makes it return, if I remember my physics, is that one "wing" is moving faster than the other at all times, which generates the curve. There's some cool MIT videos on the subject.Halfapint wrote:I am unsure what you mean by "angled on opposite sides?" Great video yes aim must be awesome.drop bear wrote:Isn't it angled on opposite sides?
Anyway some hunting. You would want to be a good shot.
Don't get caught up on the popular two-wing design. They're like competition frisbees, pretty cool, but not as useful for taking a roo on the leg as a three or four-wing design. There's also a trick to throwing them to return. Much easier to just craft a spinning thumping stick of doom.
Also remember to make it a bit lopsided.