I've been working on digital sculpting for the past week and created a Dragon and then attached it to a Liquor Stopper. This would fit into a #12 standard cork and any printing material should work, since it won't be touching the liquid.
I've been trying to push the boundaries of my design and get away from traditional CAD modeling and move into more organic structures with digital sculpting tools.
Access to a Form1 printer would let me experience the fine details that were modeled in the Dragon and at the highest resolution, I could start testing various skin textures. With my current low resolution 3D printer (FDM), I would have to print this at 2 to 5 times larger for visualizing the details. The Form1 printer would streamline my design process and help me realize my ideas faster and more accurately. This would look amazing in the clear resin available with the Form1.