Monday, September 1, 2008

Paper model of EVE

Finally, I have completed the EVE model early this morning. Although only have a few pieces, it took a long time to cut them out. It was because the shapes were more rounded and had lots of flaps for gluing. The head and the body each had 16 "fingers", it was really a time consuming job to cut the pieces. Besides that, gluing each part was quite challenging and fun as for the rounded shapes.
Pieces after cutting
Assembly in progress
Completed model of EVE
EVE and WALL-E together
The head and hands for EVE are move-able, but not for WALL-E. Both models and instructions can be found at and also other Wall-E models.


  1. Looks great!
    Where did you buy the paper?

  2. Thanks. It was printed on normal 80gm white paper from a color laser jet printer. FOC =D