I absolutely realized this after putting bondo on some of the parts. I only have a little tube thats mostly empty but because my more recent prints are much more detailed I shouldn't need so much. I'm going a little heavy with bondo first to hopefully cut down on some of the super noticeable angles. I'm also doing better seams when I melt part together! This is one big learning experience!The scale looks good!
Might I recommend doing a thick coat of filler primer rather than bondo though, and just saving bondo for the seams/problem areas. I made the mistake of covering full bondo on a piece once and it took me an eternity to sand it all.
Of course this is just opinion so you can totally disregard it if you so choose lol