I think you should tilt a little more to see the whole better. Layer by layer design sketch first and then set up via AI drift boss
Finding the best orientation for 3D printing can be a crucial step to ensure successful and high-quality prints. When determining the optimal orientation for your specific 3D model, consider the following factors:
Support structure: Assess where support structures will be needed for your model. In some orientations, support material might be required to print overhangs or delicate features. Minimizing the need for supports can save time and material, but it should not compromise the overall quality of the print. Bitlife
the way it is in the picture is how i printed mine
Meshmixer, Slice the jaw off. make this two parts and print the bucket upside down. youll save tons of filament!
I haven't printed this one but I think it was Frankly Built who sliced the helmet through the cheeks and printed the head and jaw separately.