Okay, it's been 5 days now. I've just now gotten around to plugging in my camera. I appologize for my lack of more documentation, But basically, here is my workflow:
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#1: Color code the megaminx faces.
#2: Peel off outer rim of mf8 megaminx sticker.
#3: Adhere the outline to sturdier backing.
#4: Cut out the support material with Exacto blade to produce a template.
#5: Mask tape the master template to the tile backing.
#6: Outline the shapes in ink.
#7: Remove template.
#8: Manually draw connections for the boundaries of the bandaged pieces.
#9: Cut out the tiles with scissors.
#10: Apply colored centers to appropriate faces.
#11: Insert twin piece into location, one at a time.
#12: Apply appropriate tiles to part match adjacent pieces.
#13: Repeat steps 11-12
For my bi-minx color scheme, I had to choose between the 13 available non-florescent Cubesmith colors and ultimately decided on having a color scheme with similar hues opposite each other, and with one side of the puzzle darker and one side lighter:Black
opposite PinkLight Orange
opposite Light GreenBlue
opposite Light BluePurple
There you have it
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And now it's
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My Creepy 3D Rubik's Cube Video
Yeah, Uwe is Dalai Lama and Paganotis is mother Teresa of Calcutta.