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 Post subject: Patterns
PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 10:37 pm 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IeDyavbtfQ

i made it up today
not sure how i did it but i like it alot
it makes me think of a knot because the colors intertwine kinda...so i call it the knot pattern =D

if someone already made this up, how did u do it and what do u call it?

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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My asymmetrical patterns. Are assembled on two or three sides of a cube. To look at them it is necessary from one point.

A pattern "a cube + orange square":

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A pattern "a cube 3D":

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A pattern "WCA" and Original emblem:

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Card โ€œโ™  โ™ฅ โ™ฆ โ™ฃโ€:

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A pattern "ENJOY !":

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And it is simple for an example. The house from a fisher-cube - 3 slopes of a roof, pipe and 4 windows:

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Those are pretty nice!

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Some more patterns. All are assembled with the help of algorithms.

A pattern "strips":

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A pattern "With love โ™ฅ" on two cubes. Heart is looked interestingly:

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A pattern "ESSENCE":

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Mathematical pattern "ะŸ=3.14159" on two cubes. On a cube 5ั…5ั…5 has collected seven symbols ( :!: ):

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The fans to collect original patterns on the large cubes, join! It would be desirable to find the adherents.


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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Chess figures: Rook, Bishop, King.

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Chess figures: Queen, Pawn, Knight.

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All chess figures (inversion):

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A pattern "SPEEDCUBING":

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A pattern "YOU WINNER":

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Symbolicalally on the black side of a cube 7ั…7ั…7 the mark of the goddess of a victory of Victoria - "V" is looked.


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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Large Mezon on Fisher-cube:

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Three-colour stars on a Megaminx:

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A pattern "Twisty Puzzles":

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The inverse image:

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Small collages:

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Simply interestingly:

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Those apples look awesome! :D

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APJ wrote:
Those apples look awesome!

It is a simply autumn still-life. :D


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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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I did this one as part of a video competition...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k3S5jDGO9w

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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im a little confused on y u showed us a magnetix pyraminx and a human skull

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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This plaster skull was photographed at my friend in workshop. He the artist and too likes puzzles.

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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heiowge wrote:
I did this one as part of a video competition...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9k3S5jDGO9w

My variant of assembly, but only on one cube: Here :D


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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Tam-tam:

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Snake on a Megaminx:

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Two sides remain assembled.
And still pattern after turn of the assembled sides:

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Four absolutely identical crosses on absolutely different puzzles (!!!):

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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You are amazing!
some day soon, I'll get more into this. for now, I am just making simple patterns up, then solving the puzzle into that state.

You have single algorithms that get you these states right?

I would be interested in the snake on the megaminx although I might not be able to read and understand the alg :P I am not so good with notation of that puzzle.

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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Hi, snake on a megaminx I have made with the help of 3-cycles of rearrangement of corners and edges only intuitively.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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A pattern "I love dancing".

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Cube 7ั…7ั…7 in a gift with an inscription "for you":

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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As is known, on odd cubes to collect a pattern "a chess cube" it is rather easy from the assembled condition with the help of turns of external and internal layers on 180 degrees in axes x, y, z. And on any even cube (4ั…4ั…4, 6ั…6ั…6 and ั‚. ะด.) the chess pattern is going to always without 4 corners:

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Somebody tried to collect such pattern on a cube 4ั…4ั…4? Actually it not so is simple, as it seems at first.

P. S. Who has cube 6ั…6ั…6, try from the assembled condition to collect on him a similar chess pattern without 4 corners. A task not from simple!


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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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pytlivyj_1 wrote:
Four absolutely identical crosses on absolutely different puzzles (!!!):

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Isnt that pattern impossible to do on the 3x3

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 Post subject: Re: 4x4 Pattern
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cooldayr wrote:
Isnt that pattern impossible to do on the 3x3

Nope. :D

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 Post subject: Patterns
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I do not understand your answer a little.
F - orange, U - green:

R' M2 S2 U2 M2 S2 D2 R


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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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Look at the snake-patterns I made on a gigaminx and Tony's overlapping cube. And yes, That's my avatar. The teraminx is on the way, I'll let you know when I've made my terasnake!

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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The overlapping snake-patterns and snake on a gigaminx are perfect!


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 Post subject: Patterns
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New pattern on a Pyraminx Crystal - "Flowers".

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pytlivyj_1 wrote:
New pattern on a Pyraminx Crystal - "Flowers".

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This is the first pattern I did as soon as I solved my pyraminx crystal, then I made two color stars on my megaminx.

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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Probably some of you might already know this website but, I thought I could share it for the ones who don't. I found it when I was googling for patterns for my cubes.
It has hundreds of patterns from 2x2 cubes to 7x7. And every pattern has a small window app that can show step by step how to do it. You can also rotate the cube inside the window and even rotate it in 3D (if you click outside of the cube while still inside the app window. Pretty cool :P

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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gabrielmpf wrote:
Probably some of you might already know this website but, I thought I could share it for the ones who don't. I found it when I was googling for patterns for my cubes.
It has hundreds of patterns from 2x2 cubes to 7x7. And every pattern has a small window app that can show step by step how to do it. You can also rotate the cube inside the window and even rotate it in 3D (if you click outside of the cube while still inside the app window. Pretty cool :P

Thanks for posting this! :D I didn't know about it.

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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APJ wrote:
gabrielmpf wrote:
Probably some of you might already know this website but, I thought I could share it for the ones who don't. I found it when I was googling for patterns for my cubes.
It has hundreds of patterns from 2x2 cubes to 7x7. And every pattern has a small window app that can show step by step how to do it. You can also rotate the cube inside the window and even rotate it in 3D (if you click outside of the cube while still inside the app window. Pretty cool :P

Thanks for posting this! :D I didn't know about it.

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 Post subject: Patterns
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Thanks for posting this! I know about this website. But there simple and symmetric patterns are shown. And I try to solve the patterns, which are unique and are asymmetrical. To repeat them it is possible only looking on the ready sketch and well knowing a level-by-level method of solve of cubes.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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this might be the first helicopter cube pattern in this thread :)
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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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Second Helicopter Cube pattern in this thread 8-)


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Interesting patterns especially second.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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greeneye wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IeDyavbtfQ

i made it up today
not sure how i did it but i like it alot
it makes me think of a knot because the colors intertwine kinda...so i call it the knot pattern =D

if someone already made this up, how did u do it and what do u call it?



Hi greeneye,

You can build a knot pattern like this:
MU' D (F2 MB2) D' MU (6 btm)


It would be great if pvtlivyi_1, boublez and leonid could post their algorithms as well.


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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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These are amazing! I love all of the words that were made and Leonid's helecopter cube is very nice.

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Snake on a Pyraminx Crystal:

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4 dots on a Skewb Ultimate (12 color):

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6 dots on a Skewb Ultimate (12 color):

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Waran wrote:
It would be great if pvtlivyi_1, boublez and leonid could post their algorithms as well.



Mine is easy: (UR FR FU FR)x2 cycles three center pieces. Do it a few times and you'll get that pattern :D

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First (regular) Circle Cube pattern in this thread :)

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2 interesting patterns.

A Ring on Pyraminx Crystal:

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3 identical patterns on cuboid 3ั…3ั…4, cube 3ั…3ั…3 and Fisher-cube:

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For a cube ( F - green, U - white): M2 F2 M2 B2 R2 S2 R2 (L R F B) *3 E2 , for other 2 puzzles it is much more difficult.


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That looks amazing William. I think it's the first Teraminx pattern I see :P

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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I made 2x2-turn on a helicopter cube :lol:


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Made another turn.


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I really like that 2x2 turn.

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 Post subject: Re: Patterns
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So these are some patterns that can be made from a solved state and then unpatterened to a regular solved state.

4 dots with checkerboard on top and bottom:
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4 crosses:
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This is a bit of a conceptual pattern, there are two H's opposite each other, two dots opposite each other, and two crosses opposite each other. The cool thing is if you try to checkerboard the cube, it comes out as the exact same pattern:
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2 dots opposite each other:
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leonid wrote:
I made 2x2-turn on a helicopter cube :lol:


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Made another turn.


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The first (second im not sure about requires jumbling.

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If the first one requires jumbling, I'm pretty sure the second one does to, as it's the same moves applied to another side.

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How about this pttern

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Check also this thread!!

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I like the looks of the superflip performed on the 7x7x7:
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Also, I like my pumpkin pattern quite a lot:
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Though it doesn't show, the same pattern is applied to every face. Really simple to do, but the outcome can be fun :D


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