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PostPosted: Sat Oct 02, 2004 10:26 pm 
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I am not completelly done with this puzzle but Carter mentioned about this in another post. i have worked on this puzzles since March and has taked alot of time and money into it. here are some pictures. i want everyone who views this to please comment. Thank you


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I like it!!!!

How fragile or strong is the puzzle?

No other questions come to me at the moment.


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Any pictures of this puzzle mixed up or at least a few sides turned?

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What is the center mechanism made from? Was this originally a 3x3x3???

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Awesome!

An 4x4x4 transformed into the Pyramorphix-shape.
If true, it should be named "Professormorphix" ...

Just a suggestion
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Wow Adam! Thats a heck of a job. Now we know why you were trying to find 2 black pyraminx not long ago. I wish I could see some of the shapes it makes when it's mixed up.

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WOW .....
great work , nice :!:


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Well, well, well... I was wondering who would produce picts of this mod first... I had been thinking of doing this one for many months now but with the construction of the Master Piece Set all other projects have taken a back seat.

Very nice job Adam, and I think that this might just get Mod of the Year award... 8-)

Thanks for sharing,
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Well, I'll be darned. It looks great! Tell us about it.


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Looks like this could win custom puzzle of the year!

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entor_perdia wrote:
An 4x4x4 transformed into the Pyramorphix-shape.
If true, it should be named "Professormorphix" ...


Actually, shouldn't it be called a Mastermorphix Revenge? A 5x5x5 Mastermorphix would be a Professor's Mastermorphix.

Very nice job on this. Just one requst though. Whenever you post images, could you crop them to make the file size smaller? Some of us are still living in the land of 56k modems. :roll:

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what i call it is Megamorphix. the name fits it well seeing that it is huge! i wrongfully named it in the origional post. i will have lots of pictures of it the whole process of what i did and problems that i had to overcome while finishing this puzzle. there are about 20 pictures to post but i will do them later.


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Well done Adam!
Looks great!
I hope we will see more pictures, once it's finished.

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You're a brave man, Adam! This is something I'd start but never finish. Well done so far! Don't stop now, keep applying those finishing touches, it'll definitely be worth it.

Great idea to use the Pyraminx tips. Looks like a perfect fit.

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Some of us are still living in the land of 56k modems. :roll:


Now your avatar icon makes perfect sense. At 56k, I'd be smashing my head into my keyboard too!

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That is brilliant! I'd to see it's mech and other pics as they happen too.

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