In a previous post I mentioned my dabblings in papercraft. Admittedly, 3D printers seem to be the hip new thing, where it’s at, and all the rage. But for me, to print a papercraft model in conjunction with my printer’s poster print setting is the most affordable way to make any THING I want, any SIZE I want.
I’ve found about 5 Wall-E papercraft models by googling “free Wall-E papercraft”. The patterns vary in difficulty and as far as I can tell, your only size limitation is how much printer ink and paper you have. By fiddlin’ with your printer options, the poster print settings will allow you to print each page of a paper model as 4 or more physical paper pages that can be taped together. I just cut out the pieces and traced them onto cardboard.