You will need:
-ZBrush (or any other 3D modeling program)
-Up! (software that communicates with the Up! 3D printer)
-Up! 3D printer (or any other 3D printer)
-heat protective gloves
-chisel (or another instrument for prying up final piece)
Step 1: The Design
Step 2: Set Up Your Print Job
Step 3: Set Up Your 3D Printer
When sending the print job, under the support structure options I chose the minimum (10 degrees) but the ears drooped and ended up with holes. If you don't mind the holes go ahead and use this setting; there was no messy support structure I had to cut away after printing.
Note: I printed my piece on a raft but It is really not necessary since the peice has a nice flat bottom.