See below for helpful printing and building notes
Colors (there are no multiple printed pieces)
eyebrows (contains 2 pieces))
spots (contains 12 spots)
Skin or Beige:
eye_whites (contains two pieces)
Any color (hidden pieces):
pins (contains 4 pieces)
Printing and assembly tips
1-As with most of my models, no supports are required.
2-Be sure to clean any first layer squish if you have any problem joining parts. The parts should fit nicely when printed cleanly.
3-The hair_top piece contains a built in support structure. Just print without supports and remove the built in support structure.
4-The only printing issue I had was with the mouth. It is very small and for the first time in three years I actually used a raft to print it. Everyone's experience with small parts is different.
5-Use your discretion for rafts/brims on the bone, arms and hair_top since they are all top heavy pieces with smallish bases.
6-Most importantly to me, my wife says Pebbles looks very cute!
1-The left and right eye_whites are interchangeable. For ease of assembly, I suggest inserting them into the eye_blacks with the smooth side facing out but either way works.
2-The left and right eyebrows are interchangeable.
3-Since Pebbles is a smaller model, I did not have too much leeway in making connectors for all parts. The bones fit into the slight indents in the hair_middle piece and the larger portion of the bone simply rests on the hair. Look carefully at the bone, it could accidentally be positioned upside down.
4- The hair_top could be accidentally inserted backwards, please refer to my photos such that viewing from the front the hair sweeps up and the back sweeps down.
5-Refer to the assembly diagram for putting the model together. The model is meant to be glued.
Pebbles assembly diagram