First off, I'm no pro, just a hobbyist enjoying the machine and trying to learn something new, so please forgive this newbie post.
For this past Christmas I decided to create some bespoke gifts for friends. One of these gifts was a 3D model of Hogwarts that I got from the talented Ben L. over at Thingiverse and scaled to my use.
Here are a couple images of the two parts of my 1/4800 scale Hogwarts right after printing. You can see the build supports along their bases and, well, they're SUPER ORANGE.
Hogwarts Part II with Rebel Shield Generator (don't ask, I'm a total SW geek...)
After I cleaned them up and removed the supports, I primed and painted them using some images I found of the original Hogwarts movie model.
I then based the two models together on the lid of a sweets jar, added some texture gel and finally set in some foam terrain for an autumnal feel.
There, you go, Hogwarts in all its splendor replicated in 1:4800 scale by a complete Muggle (though I hope I'd be a Ravenclaw if I attended).
Now I just need to come up with a wee Hungarian Horntale to fly over it...