I made a version for a childrens library. The finished Aria is 15" (about 39 centimeters) tall. After I sanded the odd problem area and smoothed the join with a hot soldering iron, I spraypainted her matt black and finished her with a golden eye.
For some reason, I have no explanation for, she lost an eye when I put her through Blender in order to cut her in two halves, so that I could print her to the size I wanted. I decided against repairing her eye after-print, and left the empty eye socket as it now is, because this makes her very unique.
The library have invented a story about how she lost the eye in a fight protecting her egg.
Louise's design takes VERY kindly to being enlarged. My wife was sort of "yeah, you make it if you really must", and when I had Aria all painted and ready, she went "I WANT ONE". I take that as a huge compliment to Louise.
Aria's profile makes a great sign for our fantasy collection. The light changes colour at regular intervals. Since we also have automatic ligts sometimes in the evening you see only Aria from a distance (Dear Louise, If you want me to take it down because of any infringement I'll do so forthwith).
Update 2: Just added my picture of two Arias where I changed their postures away from symmetric and tried out my new silky copper filament.
Still experimenting with correct temperature and speed.
Left Aria at 215 Celcius and right Aria at 210 Celcius. Both 0.15 layer height.