A recent 3D print I did.
These are 3D printed masks (scaled down 50% from the original size). My client was Patrick Driscoll and he created the images. Here is a video of how he made the 2D art: https://youtu.be/uxLKQ7QDtI0
And here is his website: http://driscollart.com/#/works
For the 3D print, I chose a white PLA because that will be easy for him to paint. We scaled it down because the cost to make a full scale version was quite expensive. The print at full scale would have taken about 20 hours. At half scale, it took around 3 hours.
Also note all the support material inside the mask. This material is needed to essentially hold the top part of the mask up while it is printing. This support material is removed using pliers after the print is done.
If you have any questions on 3D printing or are looking to get a 3D print made, just reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org