This is the second of two versions of a rather specialized Tomb of Annihilation scenery piece: the naturalversion of a Sauna stone with shelves and 30 jars.You can find the polished version here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3508947
In area 17 of the Fane of the Night Serpent within Tomb of Annihilation, the description focuses on a giant sauna stone. Made of an oval shape of porous rock, 8ft height, with shelves at the bottom containing 30 jars of ointment.
This is my second take on it, with a more natural look to the rock. I couldn't find good pumice rock models to use that had the proper license for remix, but I did find this very nice looking (solid) floating rock by daandruff https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3016005. With some shape changes, cutting off of the chains and additional holes, it made for a great base model for my Sauna Stone remix. While you'll likely need support for the shelving at least, the print overall is quite easy. I might add individual files for multi color prints later if people show interest for that.
eSun PLA Pro PLA +
I printed this standing up with cura's line supports. While that was less wasteful in material, than my Cura tree support print for the polished version, the supports did cause some hassle, especially around the gaps in the stone. If you don't mind the the extra material used, i sugges cura's tree support, from buildplate only
While this print should take very little cleanup, it would definitely work better painted. I suggest painting a wood effect for the shelves, painting the jars with different fluid heights in a uniform color of your choice, painting the lids to make them stand out from the background and jar, and finally for the stone, I'd suggest looking at pictures of pumice. If that's too dark for you, limestone would be another porous stone type.
I'd love to see your takes on this!