Friday, June 29, 2012

Number 10: Grilled Cheese


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This maze was started by drawing a diagonal line with the “starts” at each end.  The shape of it reminded me of grilled cheese sandwiches cut diagonally.  Now I’m getting hungry.  Two ways to “start” it with two to “finish”.  Just like the last maze, only one true “start” and one true “finish”.
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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Number 9: “S”


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I started this maze by simply drawing a big letter “S” and going on from there.  You can probably guess where I started.  There are two ways to “start” and four places to “finish”, but only one of each that works.
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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Number 8: Egg


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Like most of my mazes, I started this one by simply drawing a circle for the “start”.  I immediately thought it looked like an egg, at least one on its side.  I liked it like that, so I kept it.  Of course, now that I finished, the maze looks like an egg with hair.  Yummy.
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Monday, June 18, 2012

Number 7: Domino


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I can’t but think of the irony.  The last maze took less than 30 minutes to draw while this one took over a week, and honestly I don’t think it came out quite at good as it should have with that amount of time.  Anyway,  with this one the “start” and “finish” are very similar to each other.  It reminded mean of the spots on dominos hence the name.
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Friday, June 8, 2012

Number 6: 30 Minutes


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This one I drew at church on the back of a registration card.  It was between services and I had to find something to do until 2nd service.  It took me less than the 30 minutes to draw this, a new record.
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Monday, June 4, 2012

Number 5: Just Five


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Just five ways to “Start” and two places to “Finish”.  Are they both real?  I kind of forgot. Embarrassed smile
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Friday, June 1, 2012

Number 4: The Race


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Five “starts” with one “finish”.  Only one path.  One can win, will it be you?
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