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 Post subject: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 10:26 am 
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I finished next Mirror Blocks bandaged variation by rush work at this weekend.

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I took some photos with Forest of Wander.
These are same bandaged pattern, but really these are seemed not same. :)
Of course, these two photos are same angles.

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This is scrambled pair. But these are not same scrambled pattern. X-)

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 10:40 am 
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nice job! Not only with the bandaging but also the color scheme!

I hope to see more "New Puzzles" from you soon, if you know what I mean :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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looks great :D :D

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 11:59 am 
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Great job Hidetoshi!
I love the colours.
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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Indeed very nice colours!
I have my problems with bandaged cubes, so bandaged Bump Cubes put a new visual complexity to it.
I love it.

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 3:13 pm 
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Beautiful work Hidetoshi. I love the stickers.

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Absolutely wonderful, Hidetoshi! I love the choice of sticker colour, and the names sound so mysterious! :lol: Great work indeed!

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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I agree, they look wonderful. I hope to see the next one in the series soon.


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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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I took a movie and uploaded to YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7QRkeb9hdM

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Wow, just from looking at them I'd have never guessed they were functionally the same, they look so different.

Nice work Hidetoshi, thanks for the video.


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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Hi,

You tell us "Ocean of Wander" ist bandaged the same way as "Forest of Wander".
The bandaging scheme is the same as Mefferst Bandaged Cube?

It looks very good!


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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Andreas Nortmann wrote:
You tell us "Ocean of Wander" ist bandaged the same way as "Forest of Wander".
The bandaging scheme is the same as Mefferst Bandaged Cube?


Yes, the pattern is same of Meffert's Bandaged cube.
First photo's upper side is Meffert's Bandaged cube's yellow side.
Similarly, left side is red, right side is green.
The front corner is freely (one piece) corner.
Second photo's upper side is orange, left side is blue, right side is white.

...Because if I made them by another scheme, I can't solve them. X-)

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 2009 1:23 am 
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B-e-a-utiful work and colors Hidetoshi. Love the variations. You have such great creativity and imagination.

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
PostPosted: Wed Mar 25, 2009 11:37 pm 
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These look really nice... any plans for a third? Maybe a Flame of Wander?


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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Oogyboogawa wrote:
any plans for a third? Maybe a Flame of Wander?


Haha, yes I'm planning third to red. But I'm worrying the name.
Because the "Forest" and "Ocean" will be wandered without any items, but Flame / Volcano / Magma will be not wandered. X-(
(In the first place, we can't go there. X-)

For example, orange's "Fallen leaves / Autumn" or silver's "Blizzard" or golden's "Desert" will be wandered.
But I can't imagine from red to wandering natures now.X-(

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Make the red one the Volcano of Wonder, then :D


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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Hidetoshi - a lot of fruits and flowers are red... "Orchard of Wander"? "Apple of Wander"? "Rose of Wander"? "Romance of Wander"?


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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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What about Sunset of Wander? Sunsets can be red.


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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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Alex wrote:
Make the red one the Volcano of Wonder, then :D

Haha, that was my idea that I said in Hidetoshi's other topic of the progress of the ocean of wander.

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 Post subject: Re: Ocean of Wander, variation of bandaged Mirror Blocks.
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PotatoSpades22095 wrote:
Alex wrote:
Make the red one the Volcano of Wonder, then :D

Haha, that was my idea that I said in Hidetoshi's other topic of the progress of the ocean of wander.


The name's most difficult is my pronunciation. X-(
Already I asked "you mistook to write 'wonder' or really 'wander' ?"
...I can't make proper use of the two pronunciation, reverse and umlaut "V" and umlaut "a".

And the "Rose" and "Sunset" is beautiful. :)
I have long time to finish the third variation, then I worry the name when I made it. ;)

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