A 3D fractal sculpture. Although it was created using some fairly simple math, it has a distinctly organic look and feel. In your mind's eye it could be an unearthed talisman representing the great and mighty Thunder Chicken, or the discarded carapace of an alien critter...or maybe it's just an interesting chunk of eye-candy for your curio cabinet. :)
This is a tricky print, but not the worst of these fractal shapes that I've managed to printed. It will need generous supports - I generally like Cura's Tree supports. A brim will help it stick better, too. There's just a thin line around the edges that connect to the plate.
I printed this at about 100mm on the longest side. I don't think I'd recommend any smaller unless you have a resin printer or other hi-def system. The walls are pretty thin.
Created using Mandelbulb 3D, MeshLab, and ZBrush. I made a tutorial for the basic process of turning the fractal shapes into meshes. It's a few years old now but the overall process is the same with current versions of the apps. https://youtu.be/Kpu-DZs9HXU