missing the feet and waist section. Also a lot of seams aren't sealed (right shoulder). Other than that, it is an acceptable first papercraft. Here's some brotips.
1) White paper edges look like shit on textured models. Eliminate them by going over the edges of each cut part with an appropriately colored sharpie marker (thick black outlines on some models help since it is easier to mach a black marker than a colored marker).
2) It takes equal part skill and tool usage. A nice pair of scissors or a good knife and cutting board will make things easier than using children's safety scissors. No matter how much skill you learn, you can't change the size of your hands. Get some tiny paperclips and tweezers from a craft store for stuff your fingers can't handle.
3) Aileen's fast grab tacky glue is a papercrafting miracle. It is just the right thickness and drastically reduces the amount of time you have to hold shapes together to fuse.
4) If you want things to last longer, get some puzzle glue (Mod Podge). After each sheet is printed, but before it is cut apart, take a disposable brush and cover all printed parts of each page of cardstock with the stuff. Let it dry for about half an hour before cutting apart. This seeps into the card stock a bit and will cause a bit of bleeding in the ink, which isn't enough to hurt the detail, but enough to help reduce some banding issues printers tend to have. It also makes the finished model water resistant and able to withstand more damage.