Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Number 64: Wishbone

Maze Number 64: Wishbone

Where the name for this maze comes from should be obvious.  The way the path goes around the “start” looks similar to a wishbone shape to me.  Either that or a pug’s nose, but I liked wish bone better.

Anyway, there is just one way to “start” and two ways to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Number 63: Blossom

Maze Number 63: Blossom

For this maze, I got the idea to split the path immediately at the “start”.  Not actually a new technique, but in this case is caused the paths to go repeatedly back and forth in a way that reminded me of a rose bud blooming or blossoming.

Anyway, only one way to “start” with two ways to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Number 62: Jellyfish

Maze Number 62: Jellyfish

This maze started just by drawing a large “u” shape that got turned upside down.  This shape became the “start” and greatly resembles a jellyfish to me.  Specifically a certain jellyfish from an anime series I’ve watch before, Princess Jellyfish.

Anyways, there is just one way to “start” and four different ways to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Number 61: Monster Face

Maze Number 61: Monster Face

Another squiggle maze, with an unusual name.  I couldn’t think of a good name for this one, so I showed it to a friend of mine.  It seemed to remind her of a cyclops or something,  The “start” looked liked the eye, the “finish” like a mouth, etc.  So basically it’s a monster’s face.

Anyway, just one way to “start” and only one way to “finish”.  Enjoy!

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