After a few false starts including one complete paint strip and a change from a naked head to a helmeted one, I ended up with the following final figure. In retrospect, I'd have preferred the bare head and the real chain loin cloth was definitely not worth the hassle compared with just using a plastic bit.
Afterwards, I returned to remixing (basically digital converting of 3d models) designs for a while until I saw that 3d printers had finally dropped below my personal long stated cost threshold. I hesitated for over a month during which the sale model constantly went in and out of stock before finally committing to buying it during the last days of the sale. As a proud new owner of an Elegoo Mars, I then proceeded to try out my first test print that didn't exactly go so well. Luckily, I noticed that I hadn't tightened up the build plate less than a third of the way through and repeated the print with the results below. Apologies for the crappy paint job but it was literally speed painted in a single evening before my first tabletop game of 2019 (where it was my RPG character model) but I posted the pic because it shows the level of detail a bit more than the bare resin.
I have to say that I'm very impressed with what you can do with an affordable home printer in 2019. The print was done at 50 microns for testing purposes but the printer is capable of layer heights less than half that! I just didn't max out the settings as even that single figure would have taken over 7 hours based on height. I hope to have an update later this week with my first relatively full test bed of models at the highest detail level for a better comparison. I just hope that I don't end up printing more than my painting habits allow for! :)