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2008

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2017

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Concept Art, WALL·E Arm Option, WALL·E, 2008

This is a Concept art. It is dated 2008. Its medium is correction fluid, ink, and marker on paper.

In order for WALL·E to be believable as a functioning robot, his movements had to be engineered precisely. Jay Shuster thoroughly designed the mechanics behind how WALL·E gathers pieces of garbage as well as compactly folds himself.

It is credited Courtesy of Pixar Animation Studios, © Disney/Pixar

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Its dimensions are

L x W: 27.9 × 21.6 cm (11 in. × 8 1/2 in.)

© Disney/Pixar

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