An old wooden toy found at my grand parents place gave me inspiration to this statuette. My guess is, it was made by some old relative, using a lathe base with a few wooden spheres and rods for feet, ears etc.
For fun, I printed it using brassfill and copperfill. The fact that MMU2 (with my own modifications, must be said) can print brassfill in multi material prints is quite impressive, I think! Said that, the statuette looks good in black and white PLA as well, your pick.
ColorFABB brassfill, copperfill
print (prusa i3mk3 mmu2 wipe=100): 7h 40min at 50% scale ColorFABB brassfill & copperfill Nozzle 0.4mm
Use blue tape as brassfill is very hard to remove. Now - if anyone has a spare roll of brassfill I would MUCH appreciate it as it has been discontinued :-(
Sand the statue 40-1200 and then polish. Be very careful as brassfill is fragile even after printing! And remember, if you use machine tools, the material can very easily melt (after all, PLA is the base here)
About the freecad source file
The item was constructed using freecad. I use the "freecad-daily" updates (which I strongly recommend for any freecad user). I have not tried using the construction with the freecad stable release.
If you prefer to edit the design, in the freecad-document you can change the major parameters (eg diameter, height) easily by adjusting parameters in column B in the spreadsheet included in the document.