This is a spoiler. It's more or less finished but with some work you'll hopefully
understand the directions. Below is another challenge to keep you busy `(o:`
The pictures are a bit "warped" since I used a webcam ... (I used Photoshop to "unwarp" them a bit... hope it helps).

The starting position. First flip as indicated by the arrows. The signature of Rubik is in the left upper square. | |

Flip the right-front two square's on the second layer up | |

Flip the left two squares of the right group on the second layer to the right | |

Flip the top-right square (-s two!) to the front | |

Flip the most right lowest layer square to the left | |

Flip the lowest layer (both squares) to the front | |

This is how it should look like now. Next turn the entire Magic over "on it's back" | |

Hold the Magic like this. The next moves concern the two squares at the front left corner and only the lower two layers. | |

Fold like this | |

Then like this.. | |

Now flip the front (top layer) three squares up. | |

Flip the right two squares of the second layer to the left. | |

Flip three squares to the front (top "two" layers) | |

Fold the lowest square (from the three layer-packet) to the right | |

So that you can flip the lower-front layer towards you. | |

At this moment we only have one layer. Flip the two most squares below the rest to the right. | |

Flip from the lowest layer the front square to the back. (We get one packet of three layers) | |

Flip the top left corner-squares (top 2 of 3 layers) to the right. | |

Flip the two highest squares towards you. | |

Flip the two right squares of the top layer to the left. | |

Flip the two left squares of the lowest layer to the right below the others. | |

From the lowest layer flip the two squares which are the most far away from you towards you. | |

From the three-layer thick "square" flip the lowest two squares to the left. | |

Flip the most left (highest) square away from you. | |

Flip the two squares of the highest layer to the left. | |

Finished ! |

After this nice exercise try making the following:

Author: Christian Eggermont

Created: 21 Juli 1998

Last updated: 25 October 1998