I've seen some large airplane card models available and i'm tempted to build one but was wondering if there are any problems associated with building a paper model that is that large. Aside from complexity, i'm wondering if over time there will be problems with warping, twisting, wrinkling etc. Paper is derived from wood and large pieces of wood can easily bend and warp over time etc. It would be a shame to do all the work of making one only to find a few years down the road it starts to look mangled, due to it's size and the nature of it's construction. I'm talking about a paper model plane with a 5 foot plus wingspan. Advice or insights?