Having got the BEAST running, the best place to stay is the paint control area 
with the three dials and flush chain. Moving up and down, try to position the 
scroll so that you can see both the colour in the paint trough AND the toy 
moulds in use. This way you can make sure that you've mixed the right colour 
for the right toy. 

If you're not careful, a couple of toys can be painted incorrectly when the 
moulds change. With good timing, you need never waste one. If your BEAST is 
set up correctly, the first part of a toy to go in for painting should always 
be the body. When you see the moulds being changed, run to the required paint 
dial (or flush chain, if necessary) and wait. 

You should see the last head from the 'old' toy being pushed out of the mould 
and enter the bin on the right of the screen. Then the first body of the 'new' 
toy should be thrown into the left bin. As the 'old' toy's head drops down the 
paint spray jets, quickly make all the paint changes needed. By the time the 
jets react, the toy head should have passed through and been painted the 
correct color, while the jets are now ready to spray the new color on the new 

Lemmings and lawyers are a pain. Keep jumping and they won't get you. In the 
later levels, the lemmings start meddling with the BEAST, unscrewing bolts and 
flushing the paint trough. Leave flytraps beneath the area at risk to deal 
with that problem.