This Low-Poly Dino is simply amazing, and to execute this model properly, I employed a variety of techniques. To print the chin overhang of the dino without any sagging, I increased the density of the support from the default 15% in Cura to 25%. Past experiences have told me that when printing a curved overhang, the first layer has a small footprint and often meets no support at all, rendering it useless, so upping the density to 25% allows the support to make contact with the overhang layers. Also, after removing the support material from the model, I found white dots where the wood PLA had separated from the support. To fix this issue, I lit a lighter(Yes, I am aware that this is Wood filament, but please hear me out) about 4-5 inches beneath the white dots for 2-3 seconds and all the white dots disappeared.(If you are going to try this technique, please take necessary fire precautions). For bed adhesion, I used a typical glue stick. To ensure that the model was strong and the surface was pristine, I used 2 perimeters with a .4mm nozzle.