I hate to be a cynic but... the only color on this block I can see matching up with the shapes is red. Yellow and blue both have multiple shapes visible that do not match up with the images shown on the right.
For instance, the blue inverted L shape just left of the middle of the image. On the right image the only shape that would/could match, due to shape and the shape of the surrounding pieces, would be the L on the lower jaw. But the right version follows all the way through to the left side, while the left side it breaks near the middle.
On the top yellow section I can clearly see a long, solid, rectangular shape without any breaks or deviations. Nowhere on the pac-man image on the right is there any shape that matches its dimensions.
So either I'm seeing the wrong sides to make up the images on the right or these simply don't match. Yes, I have taken into account the overhanging pieces, which is why I used top or near-top shapes as my reference so they would not be obstructed or broken by other parts.
Thanks for bringing the video to my attention. I just watched it, and it does make more sense. My apologies for doubting.
In my defense, the shapes I mentioned in fact did NOT match the images on the right, they matched the reverse side of the image. I guess I am just too picky some times.
It was my pleasure. It is good to see someone gracefully and politely admit it when they are incorrect.
And it would be clearer if the sides shown both matched, even if most people do not notice.
The image was to show off the art. There would at least be an angle with 2 correct sides showing at once if not all 3. So while your acute observation that things can be turned, my point "either I'm seeing the wrong sides to make up the images on the right or these simply don't match" is still valid.
And then I was like: "Ooooooh, I get it! Cool job, bro!"