What a beauty!
I believe I've just had a bubblegasm!
...Such a beautiful cut style. These kinds of puzzles are my reason for living.
WOW!!! Thank you so much for all the kind words. Though I'm wondering if I should be worried about TheCubingKyle.
I was able to get the Bubblism512 put together last night so I'll try to make a short video and get that uploaded tonight.
That last one makes me wonder if you could add a face-cut in there like in Oskar's Dino-pent
Yes... in principle you could. If you made that change to the Bubblism521 then you would split the core into two parts and all the outer edges in half. If you made that change to the Bubblism512 then again you would split the core into two parts and all the inner edges in half. Personally I think I like these better. They will turn better and neither has been done before so I didn't see the need to get more complex then necessary. As a designer I'm really coming to appreciate the KISS principle. That is short for "Keep It Simple Stupid".
By the way... the naming I proposed now allows some overlap.
Bubbloid122 = Bubblism421
Bubbloid112 = Bubblism412
You still need the name Bubbloid as you can't map the Bubbloid123 into a Bubblism using these naming convention.
And here is a funny story. I showed the Bubblism521 and Bubblism512 together to by two boys last night. My 15 year old said "But dad... ALL your puzzles have the exact same face on them. Doesn't that get a little boring after a while?" True enough... I now have 4 puzzles which all have faces which could make use of this sticker set:
the Bubbloid122, Bubbloid112, Bubblism521, and Bubblism512. Boring? Never... I'm just glad he noticed and it makes me wonder. Are there any other desigers which have made 4 or more different puzzles which contain identical faces? Oskar probably has a dozen 3x3x3 variations which could use standard 3x3x3 sticker so I guess I'm certainly not the only one but I think its a short list.