Watch here: https://youtu.be/fEVl_e3Snzs
It's time for Diglett! And no I wasn't magically able to figure out what he's hiding underneath the ground. So that'll remain a mystery.
But this model was pretty fun to do and it should be equally as fun to print as it doesn't require supports. I created it in Fusion 360 using a sketch to revolve the body. Then I used the sculpting mode to create a bumpy ground area around him. Then I added the facial details.
After I printed it, my wife took it, primed it and sanded it a bit to remove the layer lines. Then she painted it with acrylic paints and a paintbrush/sponge.
Printer: Robo3D R1
Filament: Hatchbox PLA
Layer Height: 0.1mm