It printed well in PLA with no supports which is great for such a complex figure with so many overhangs.
In the printed sample in the picture I went for a 0.3 Nozzle with 200 micron layer height, so there is ample room to improve the finished quality. Even so it took 16 hours to print.
Printing this model with a .2 or .25 nozzle will increase the detail definition by almost double, whilst if you still want to print it with your .3 nozzle, you can still lower the layer height all the way down to 80 micron. This will definitely rid you of all the hard to paint over, layer lines, but will take twice as long to print.
The printed model was given several generous layers of grey primer, which after drying, gave me a smooth surface to paint on, obviously at the expense of some of the detail.
This model was fun to paint. It is large, so it is easy to get your brush into the details and it has deep texture which is a breeze to wash with inks or paint to obtain immediate awesome effects. This is especially true with all the wood grain, which was emphasized even more by the layer lines.
The up side is that now I can print up a proper host of 28mm war elephants for my ancients army, without burning a hole in my pocket. Buy the design once and print as many as you want.