What Does Wall E Stand for?

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Wall E stands for a computer-animated post-apocalyptic science fiction film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Andrew Stanton. The story follows a robot named WALL-E, designed to clean up a waste-covered Earth in the future.
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WALL-E, who was a cute little rusty robot from the movie sharing the same name, was left on earth to clean up the mess humans left behind. WALL-E stands for Waste Allocator Load Lifter - Earth class. EVE, if you're interested, stands for Extraterrestrial Vegetation Examiner.
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1. Use a ruler for a lot of the straight edges because Wall-E is a robot. He is built with clean and smooth edges. This will make your image look more realistic. 2. Start out with
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1 Draw WALL-E's raindrop-shaped eyes. Add a circle in the middle of each "raindrop" as WALL-E's pupil. Add three bolts around his eye, and cone the eyes with a line about
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