Blobbies are little creatures that are always happy and excited. They are not capable of any other emotional state. Even when a fellow Blobby gets crushed in front of their googly eyes they can't help but cheer in joyful excitement.
They print easy without any support. If you print the version with seperate eyes you might need a raft or first layer support for printing the eyes.
If you like to print them bigger or smaller there are also versions of the eyes and pupils with the tolerance for 150% and 75%. The 150% version still works fine for a 200% print though.
You will have to push the eyes in with some force but be careful not holding it on the arms or hands while doing so or they might snap. The optional pupils can be put in the holes of the eyes and glued on.
I used a aceton vapor finish for my ABS printed Blobbies. Just soaked some paper towels with aceton and hanged them on the side inside a non ABS plastic box. Put the Blobbies inside with the lid on top and waited a few hours til the vaporized aceton reacted with the ABS and with it made it smooth. The eyes I have sprayed additionally with clear coat.