I've spent about four days designing, printing and now molding a Totoro candle. It involves three wax colors (black/white/gray), two wicks, the two mold halves, four bolts, a cooking thermometer, a throw-away pot, one or tube bits of tubing, a pound of parafin, two taper candles (gray/black), Exacto knife, throw-away spoon, Q-tips, lots of paper towels, a drill and drill bits to remove hole supports and apparently a ziplock bag filled with ice water in a pot. A fair amount of filament goes into each part, perhaps as much as a quarter roll in each case (20% infill). The height is somewhere above 120mm since it wouldn't fit sideways on my printer, like I thought I'd designed.
The first attempt at mixing the gray was a mistake; the water-based colorant boils away at the temperatures involved.
The initial pour at about 190-degree Fahrenheit appeared to be too hot and started leaking like crazy. I had to capture the run-off and place everything into a pot with two layers of zip-lock bags with ice water and three hair ties for holding the two molds more tightly than before.
The Cura 3.3.1 inner/outer supports came away beautifully. I'd heard bad stories about newer Cura versions having problems in this area but this wasn't the case.
The wax is setting now in the mold and will take about 24 hours for me to find out how it's doing. Hopefully it breaks away cleanly but we'll see.