Here's a bit of history (I hope I dont sound too wikipedish)
It all started in november 2010, when a friend of mine introduced me to Rubiks Cubes. He was playing with one and I decided to learn. I then bought one, and extended my collection to about 20 cubes, and reduced it to 15 by making my first ever modification (by combining 9 cubes into a sort of forteress), and buying 4 other cubes... Most of the puzzes I really wanted did not exist yet, so I wanted to design my own puzzles and started using CAD softwares to design my own cubes in february 2010... I have now made a lot of progess and would like to thank all the twistypuzzles forum members for being so appreciative and supportive. Special thanks to my friend for motivating me, and to Karl-Heinz Diekmann and Claus Wenicker for printing the prototypes of my puzzles.
This is unique in the world and it is the equivalent of the pentagonal prism, but in a ball. It is fully functionnal and this is a full print. The puzzle has been prototyped, although there is not video of it on the internet. It works smoothly! Video up soon enough.
This is the miniature version of the domino puzzle (2x3x3). The big version is mass produced already. This version is called madness, because you can turn the side 90° and turn the top and bttom layers. This provokes jumbling and shapeshifting.
This puzzle was originally made by chino from the twistypuzzles forum, thanks to him for authorization =)
This is a sphere that you have to put in the middle of my Nomech Magnets Pentultimate to stabilize it. I suggest you glue this to a center so it doesn't fall during a turn or pop (although i'm pretty sure that can't happen :) )