The Toybox does this wonderfully. I did smooth out the neck-head transition so my other printer can do it as well. Did have some trouble w the horn in gold but may be a filament setting issue.
update 6/11/19: I noticed the tip of the horn and wings break off really easy so I adjusted it. The beefy wings file gives the wings more structure at the top (see the last 2 pictures, the white one has the new wings. The gold is original and the tips broke off).
the last file has a shorter rounded horn, I'm still trying to figure out the horn. It may be my printer having issues but it's not great. you can try heating up the end of the horn and molding it w your fingers if it's as bad as mine were.
Everything still works fine with the toybox though. Go figure.
update July 18 2019: Fixed the beefy wings round horn file, it was way wrong.
If difficulty w the horn printing two at a time works as each layer has a little time to cool as it shifts back and forth between the two on the last bit of the horn.
Toybox printer food/mika3d PLA
20% (grid on toybox, concentric on the big printer
Glow in the dark/shiny silk gold
Works great on the toybox. Had to tweak settings on the big printer.
Consider printing the head first to get your settings right since that’s the pickiest part.
Things that help:
Reduce extruded temp and/or flow if it’s stringy
Concentric infill with infill overhang (this supports the top of the head with less attachment to the face=fewer zits
Hide seam (face it to the back so the seam is in the back of the head)