I am going to break down printing and assembly in two sections. Keep in mind also, that the wings may be oriented however you like, I just preferred the wings being down and to the side. Printed at 90% scale, so this model is massive at 100%, will not fit on an I3 printer due to the wings. As for material usage, it really depends on what scale and how you do supports as to how much you use. Consider printing this vertically though because it gives the best resolution as opposed to horizontally. Mine were printed vertically for best possible resolution, but due to this it is really hard to give an accurate material amount. Time considerations for printing can vary wildly depending on the individual. Printing settings for all things except wings: .1618 layer height, 30% infill, 5 top/bottom layers, 3 shells, 40mm/sec speed. Print settings for wings: .0809, 50% infill, 5 top/bottom layers, 3 shells, 40mm/sec speed. Used raft and supports for all parts of the model except base. Orientation of object for printing that I used: Head is straight up vertically with the insert hole on bottom. Pin prints flat against bed for strength, not vertically. Arms/Hands should be printed vertically with the fingers at the top. Legs should be printed upside down vertically, and base should print flat. Wing supports should print with the connector and smaller circle area on the top side, almost looks like a V on the build plate. Wings should be printed where the socket hole is pointing up, and the largest surface area of the wing is fairly flat, if you look at the model it prints upside down from the way I assembled it to the model. The torso/body prints straight up and down vertically. Assembly: The base is not really sufficient to hold the model on its own, its very small and doesn't have enough mass, but will work as an easy placeholder fine. I glued the base to an empty roll of filament for demonstration purposes. I did not glue the legs to the base for the simple reason this model will be much easier to transport if you don't glue it on, because you can remove it from the base and lay it flat on its face. If you never intended to move it, I would glue it. The order I would assemble is like this, do the base first however you like. Then attach the legs to the base glue or not is up to you. After that attach the torso to the legs with the pin, no glue required. Attach the arms to the torso, no glue required. The arms will rotate out of the way if you did not glue them. Next, glue on the wing supports and make sure to orientate them and do a few test fits with the wings so you can have them however you desire, after that glue the wings to your desired position. It really helps to have two sets of hands if you can manage during this part, but not required. Next, glue on the head, it is loose in the socket and must be glued. There are two types of glue I used when I assembled this model, first is superglue or CA glue, second is high temperature glue from a glue gun. The reason I did this is because I did not have and applicator to make the CA glue dry/cure faster. Put a few dabs of hot glue from the gun in the holes when attaching, add a bit of superglue, press into the model and wait for it to harden before proceeding to the next step. Another thing I did was to lightly put superglue around the eges of the seams where I glued, and waited until they dried as well to help hold the weight, especially on the wings. Take it slow and do not move on until your sure the wing is attached. I really enjoyed this model immensely, I hope you all do as well! Happy Printing!!!