It appears to have come from the Raw Moves collection by photographer, James Houston.
I love the point of contact of the feet, which reminds me of some of the abstract works of Henry Moore or Jean Arp.
I think it will print OK. I'm just not sure how well it would translate into a female pose.
What do you think?
Finding a way to actually print the model proved much more challenging.
OK, it's finished! I had to reprint the leg because the toes broke on the first try due to poorly positioned supports. After cleaning them up in Blender I had another go and it came out much better.
I printed in PLA and after cleaning up the support material I used superglue to join the two halves together.
Straight from the printer, supports still attached.
Front view, reproducing the original pose.
There are some nasty blemishes left behind where the supports were removed and I've also noticed that I'm getting more Z-banding on the models than I used to see. Maybe time to think about tuning up the printer again.