What I first realised was that I forgot how to do the filling, so I opened the EggBot Wiki tutorial I used earlier.
What I also realised was that I forgot to write about the trick I invented to make the filling and the outline match more. If after you duplicate your path you go to Path → Inset for one or two times, the filling will not cross the outline and it will look better on printing.
Once I finished, let's the printing begin!
However I put every unique pattern to a different layer, first I tried to print it with only one colour. I wanted to test the whole drawing without making any mistake in the pen changing process.
As you can see the filling is not inside the outline for some reasons. I have had the same bug with my Google Men drawing, but I haven't spent time so far to examine it. To be honest I thought I did something wrong when I changed the different pens, but in this case it happened with the first layer without any pen changes.
I decided to try Extensions → EggBot → Reorder Paths for Speed.
|Filling is not perfect|
|Lines are not perfectly in line|
|I should place the pen higher|
Besides my other obvious problems, the round patterns were not round at all, so I stretched the whole picture as much as I could.
I also removed the blue flower from the left, because on the egg it was next to the pink one on the right and it did not look good. I replaced it with the orange one and kept the colour blue. Hopefully a not-filled flower will look better next to the filled pink one.
And this is how the colour print looked:
I can see that it is still not perfect, so before I publish the .svg file on my Thingiverse page I will work a bit more on it.
Thanks to my grandparents for providing eggs to experiment!