I am working on bunnies. Is that new? Not really. But something is better than nothing sometimes when you are trying to get back into the swing of things.
I got my standard wood filament to work. And gave a ebony wood filament a go. Took a little bit to find the settings sweet spot, but I think I have it down. I did print with a natural PLA+ filament too. That took a little tweaking to get the parts to fit together. I also need to make the line count more consistent throughout the hear. when I printed it I did 5 layers on the top and bottom, but only 3 through the middle. That has now been changed to be 5 all the way through so that the coloration of the material remains even. Right now you can clearly see where the material is thicker.
I can also see a lot of layer change areas that resemble bubbles all over the piece. This is due to where the gcode defined the layer change point. It is better than having a seam on the part, but it is still a little annoying. It is also really only visible with the natural PLA+. It does not show at all on colored filament pieces.
Life is about trial and error. You do not learn if you do not fail.