Just messing around, my wife asked to make a layered figure, so I picked to do a big foot due to everyone calling me big foot. Hope you all like, leave a comment with ant suggestions on how to improve it. I uploaded two files, one with and one without as base.
All layers are the same setting. Due to the size of my wood sheets, I could only cut one layer at a time. So, make sure to disable all layers that are not being cut (output and show buttons). Each time you change layers make sure all other layer's output and show buttons are disabled and the new layer is enabled.
Cut out each layer and remove all cut pieces. Be careful with the two deer, they broke off at the legs but that is ok, just save them and put them off to the side. The top layer you will cut out a small big foot, keep the cut out as well we will glue it onto the project later.
The layers stack on top of each other in the order they are in the settings. Dry fit the layers to make sure they all fit and you have cleared out all cut pieces. Once you are satisfied with how it looks it is time to paint each layer.
Separate each layer and work with one layer at a time. Place the one above to see what part of the bottom layer will show through. That is the area you need to paint and don't need to paint the whole layer. Place to the side and grab the next layer. Repeat this until all layers are painted.
I use super glue and wood glue to glue each layer. Take the first two layers and glue the areas that will not be shown and then clamp them together. Once dry remove the clamps and add the next layer gluing it as you did the first two layers. Use the clamps to secure the layers until dried. Repeat with each layer until you glue all the layers together.
Once all the layers are glued together you can glue the tiny, big foot to the top layer. If the deer broke off go ahead and glue them in place on the layer they broke off on.