Scott Bedard wrote:
will we be seeing this on ebay?
Sorry Scott, I don't think to sell it on e-Bay now.
Because it was made for duplication pieces test only.
And I have some trial products now, then I can't make similar cube now.
What do you mean with duplication test? Because your Diving Dodecahedron was made from an East Sheen. This one uses a Rubik's Revenge.
Sorry for my less of explanation.
This cube's all center's extended pixie hat was duplicated.
I want to test about what angle can be duplicated without any bubbles,
and how to avoid not to make bubbles when I duplicate.
This cube's center top's angle is same of Diving Dodecahedron, and
Diving Dodecahedron's center edge is more sharp angle than top's one.
And, I've seen Tony's 5x5x5 version of the Dodecahedron. And of course several 3x3x3's. But has a 4x4x4 already been made? I know of Ton's project (see http://www.speedcubing.com/ton/4x4x4r.htm
), but I'm not sure he ever finished it.
Sorry again, this cube's top can't rotate. It's only extended.
This cube's difference from normally 4x4 is only "removed direction of
edges" and "added direction to centers".
...Sorry, I misunderstood about this one.
And I mistake to check he is making same cube of mine.
I can remember only his (center rotate-able) Dodecahedron project.
It's so interest.
Then, all the more, I don't want to sell this cube.
I hope, it is only my test product.