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Solution

By JeremyMallin
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3D Render of a Rubik's Cube modeled and rendered with Lightwave.

Not how I would solve it, but it does require less thought.
IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
5400x3600px 3.94 MB
Make
Synthetic Camera
Model
Classic Camera
Shutter Speed
0/1 second
Aperture
F/12.0
Focal Length
150 mm
Date Taken
Sep 15, 2015, 9:36:32 PM
Sensor Size
22mm
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Redwizard000Hobbyist Digital Artist
CHEATER!!!

lol

I love Rubiks Cubes. Maybe I will 1-UP you and model a disassembled 4x4x4 :P
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JeremyMallinProfessional Interface Designer
Too funny. You know there is a 5x5x5 cube too? I have that one too, but I'm not taking it apart. It's way too fragile. More pieces = more fragile/easier to break.

btw - I can actually solve it the legit way. I just thought this was a more artistic way to draw it. :D
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Redwizard000Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have a 5x5x5 and have taken it apart before, it isn't too hard. I can solve all of them legit as well :)
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JeremyMallinProfessional Interface Designer
:) Yeah I figured it out too. Once you figure out the 3x3x3 the 4s and the 5s aren't too bad. Also... I had to buy two of the 5s because the I took the first one apart to see how it was built and one of the middle pieces broke. Those suckers are really fragile. They can even break if you try turning a side when it's not perfectly aligned. I'd call that a design flaw.