Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Maze Number 103: Donut

Maze Number 103: Donut

I started to draw this maze after buying a dozen donuts.  My favorite are plain glazed donuts by the way.  They are delicious, and as you can see they are very inspiring.  The easy part was deciding where the “start” should be.  The hard part was adding the “finish” and of course keeping it a near perfect circle. 

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

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Maze Number 102: "Pop"

Maze Number 102: "Pop"

At last, another word maze.  For this one I went with the word “pop”, such a fun word.  And an easy one for drawing mazes.  Well, mostly easy.

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

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Maze Number 101: Bus Pass

Maze Number 101: Bus Pass

I started this maze by simply tracing my bus pass and drawing the maze in it.  A relatively simple maze, quite expected too.  I ride the bus and train almost everyday, so it’s only natural for me to eventually draw related mazes.  Though it probably would have made more sense to make ones shaped like buses instead of bus fare.

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

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Maze Number 100: One Hundred

Maze Number 100: One Hundred.  The 100th maze drawn!

It’s easy to see how this maze got it’s name.  Since it is the 100th maze I’ve drawn for this blog (except for the title, blog button, etc.), I decided to make it “100”.  I wrote down “100” and drew the maze around it.  Now just wait until I get to 200.

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

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Maze Number 99: Takoyaki

Maze Number 99: Takoyaki

For this maze, I started by drawing a weird wavy line which became the “start”.  Something about it reminds me of an octopus, an octopus sitting deep inside a ball thing.  This reminds me of Takoyaki.  It is basically chopped up octopus, covered with a batter and fried into a ball shape treat.  It’s not something I would personally eat, but I’ve always found it interesting.

Anyway, there is one way to “start” and just one way to “finish”.

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