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Monday, August 27, 2012

Number 23: Turnip

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With this maze, it was the shape that got me.  Something about the shape the paths made reminded me of a root vegetable.  The turnip came to mind only because of a movie I watched recently.  One of the characters in the movie is a scarecrow with a turnip for a head.  This has one “start” and one “finish”.  It’s a relatively easy maze, but should still be fun.
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Monday, August 20, 2012

Number 22: Sunrise, Sunset

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With this maze, the “start” and “finish” reminded me of the way the sun looks at dawn and dusk.  Hence the name.  A simple maze with only one “start” and “finish”, it definitely won’t take you from sunrise to sunset to finish it.  I know, that was corny. 
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Friday, August 17, 2012

Number 21: Monkey in the Middle

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For this maze, the monkey in the middle is the single “finish”.  I guess that’s kind of obvious though.  Anyway, there are four ways to “start” and only one will lead to the “finish”.
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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Number 20: ???

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This maze is more of an abstract piece.  I didn’t have anything specific inspiring me while drawing it, I drew it as it came to me.  Still, I do think it looks pretty cool.  Two ways to “start”, two to “finish”.  Only one way to go. 
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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Number 19: The Tree

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The name for this maze comes not from how it looks but how it was drawn.  I started with the “start” as if it were a seed.  The path drawn keeps splitting and branching out just like branches on a tree.  At least that’s how I see it.  Anyway, there is one “start” and two “finishes”. Enjoy.
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Friday, August 3, 2012

Number 18: Sundae

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I got the idea for this maze while looking at the cover of a comic book.  The cover picture had the characters floating in a giant ice cream sundae.  I thought the layers of ice cream looked pretty good so I tried to recreate that in this maze.  So the “start” is the cherry on top (the first thing you eat) and the “finish” is at the bottom (the last spoonful).
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