Yet another of Fantasygraph's files that is a joy to print. I downloaded it, sent it to Cura for slicing an scaled it up to 2x. I debated on using a raft since her arms start out as a small area and have to print a long way at an angle before finding another part of the print for support. Fantasygraph hasn't failed me yet, and I went with his suggestion of no raft, no support. Hit the print button and came back ten and a half hours later to find it complete. That was for the girl. The hand was printed separately and it took 6 hours and 6 minutes. I didn't print the other version of the girl, nor the frame. The SWMBO nix'd my idea of mounting it on the bathroom mirror, so I'll be checking garage sales next weekend for a suitable framed mirror. Either my lighting or eyes need adjustment: I messed up the end of her hair coming down over her left breast. It looked right at the time, not so much now. A bit of touch up will fix that. As always, Thanks Fantasygraph and thank you Pinshape!