I made this model to be the basis for a novelty Kossel J6 mount. I think it came out rather nicely so I thought I'd post the model as it's own thing.
Little_Elephant.123dx / .stl - the primary model
Hollow.stl - a hollow version
E_Box_Base.stl - to make a little box
Wood_E_Box_Base.gcode - My setup to print a "wood-filament" version
...a little tip:
I find "wood-filament" even more ot a SOB to print than ABS. Not so much warpage but non-stickage.
I find the best solution for me is to ignore the bed temp advice and crank the temp up to about 70c, at least initially. Equally I start the print at the upper end of the filament's recommended temp and reduce to the middle of the range after two or three layers.
Anycubic Kossel Linear Plus
Depends on the effect you are going for
Any (good) Up to you... why not make a flexi elephant?
Elephant grey of course!
There shouldn't be any issues printing this one but I'd go for "everywhere" on the support to be sure the ears are ok.
Give on to your daughter and hear her go "Oooo... Elephant!"
Endless talent... and humility.
Adobe 123D Design