I saw this Stickman and decided to design one for 3D printing. The head is printed separate to avoid support structures but also so that you can modify with text in different colors or design, draw a face or anything else you feel like. You can also use the head to past on a LED light or clock/timer or something else.
There are 2 models one where the bin is not attached to the leg and the other attached. You can print using support touching build plate. The angles are not too bad for printing-you will get some stringiness on the underside which cannot be seen and trimmed off easily. Some body surfaces are rough but as you can see in the pics they are not too noticeable.
I also tried Cura 4.1 tree support and although printing times increased and more filament was used, it comes off smooth after some effort. I used the roof for support that I saw on this You tube video by CHEP -CURA - Tree Supports vs Standard Supports which makes the support come off clean.
Be careful when removing support so that you don't break the neck or legs of the Stickman as I managed to do. The diameter of the Stickman is 6 mm. The bin is 6 cm x 10 cm. Base is 12 cm x 8 cm.
Use supports -touching build plate. Some unevenness and sagging at bottom of bin but cannot be seen. Try tree support-longer print but comes off clean even though takes some time to remove support-be careful not to break Stickman's Head neck or legs.