Rendered with fur geometry he looks a bit ragged.
But he's a real smooth operator.
As you might know my avatar is a baer - the Brumbaer. Brumbaer is a misspelled variant of the German word Brummbär, which means grumpy baer.
The misspelling has historic reasons. The name was created in a time when names were restricted in length (8 characters) and characters (no Umlaut).
Brumbaer turns up in icons for software I write or on websites or even on shields or flags of miniatures.
Some years ago I created a 3d file to make the creation of icons easier.
So it was no big step to try to turn this into a 3D printable model.
The main difference is that usually you create fur in a 3D model by using textures and/or shaders. But the 3D printer can only print geometry, so I had to create some fur geometry.
In the wireframe images you can see the difference that makes.