A few days ago I picked up a solved Rubik's Cube that I had abandoned due to forgetting how to solve it, and started turning the faces to make nice patterns. A few minutes later, I'd made one - each face contained a P-pentomino in one colour and an L-tetromino in another: i.e. it looked like a rotation of one of these two (in different colours, obviously):
Since I couldn't solve it, I thought it'd be a nice challenge Rubik's Cube enthusiasts to try something different:
Can you find a sequence of moves from a solved cube to recreate my position (or anything fitting the description)?
Note: I am sure no corners got turned (since my cube can't do that) and no centres got swapped (since nothing fell out of the cube). Please don't just try positions on an online solver, I have included the no-computers tag.
For example, a valid final configuration (if it were attainable, which it isn't) would be this: