It's the largest model I have designed in a very long time. Probably the largest, but surely the heaviest.
To make printing - which was a PITA first, but went very well once I knew how to do it - easier, I made the model hollow. But because of the way the model was hollowed out there was no hole for the resin to escape. After printing I drilled two holes in the model to drain the resin. When drained the mammoth had literally lost half it's weight.
The model fills the horicontal buildspace of the printer. I had to curl the tusks stronger than I wanted to, to fit the mammoth in the buildspace.
That's the first try, my test model to get a feel for the model. There are many things I notice on the printed model, which I do not notice on the model on the computer screen.
When painting the model I will notice further details, flaws etc.
On this model i.e. the eyes are to far to the front, the hair-do on top is to regular, the bolt-rack looks like a fighter planes rocket storage, the sides of the howdah support structure look a bit empty.