This is a different take on the elephant silverware drainer. I liked the idea but not really the angular look. It's laying on its belly to reduce the need for support material, and also to lower the center of gravity so it won't tip. This one is an Asian elephant so the ears are small.
A removable divider is included to help stuff stand up if you like. You'll need to bend it a bit to snap it in place.
It looks great in silver (gray) PET-G.
I just removed the supports and little nubs.
I use Simplify3d, which makes supports that are really easy to remove. Removing the supports from inside the trunk might be difficult with other slicers.
Fusion 360, parametric and sculpted
More info at http://rogers3dprinting.blogspot.com/2018/12/elephant-cutlery-drainer.html
To reduce support material and to get his trunk low for drainage, I put his belly on the ground. Some support is still needed.
It goes through a whole series of Components on the way to the final product. I wanted to use Fusion's shell function for the hollow body, but it has limits on the complexity it can handle, so only the head, body, and trunk are combined and then shelled. Legs and ear are cut by the body shell and then added as solid later, so they are not hollowed out by the shell function. Then the whole thing is mirrored and combined for printing.
I printed the legs and bottom fill with mostly 25% infill to give it some weight and lower the center of gravity.
All dimensions and many construction plane offsets are parameters so you could change them if you really want. But because the body and head were made with the Sculpt environment it would be difficult to change much. The shell thickness, the slope of the drain floor, and the dimensions of the divider could easily be changed.
I printed it at 210% scale and it came out approximately
24.5 cm long x 14 cm wide x 12 cm high
9 3/4" long x 5.5" wide x 4.5" high
286 g including supports, 250 g (10 ounces) after removing them.
17.75 hours to print.