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Monday, November 26, 2012

Number 36: Swirly

Maze #36: Swirly
I started this maze by simply drawing a random “swirly” line and moving on from there.  Sometimes the best techniques are the simplest.  Anyway, there is only one “start” and one “finish”.  Have fun.
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Monday, November 19, 2012

11/19/12 Shop Update

Last week, the biggest change to the maze shop was a new section, Jewelry and Accessories.

The first pieces of jewelry feature maze #35:

I also added a few new pet items:

Feel free to take a peek, and let me know if you have any suggestions or whatever.

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Friday, November 16, 2012

Number 35: Macaroni

Maze #35: Macaroni
I decided to try another mini-maze.  This is possibly the smallest maze I have ever drawn, also maybe the easiest to solve.  As for the name, there was just something about the maze that reminded me of elbow macaroni noodles.  Anyway, just one “start” and “finish” with only one correct path.  Enjoy.
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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Number 34: Pole

Maze #34: Pole
With this maze, I was experimenting with different dimensions.  I had originally drawn it on it’s side, but I thought it looked better this way.  It kind of reminds me of a totem pole, hence the name.  Anyway, two ways to “start” and also two to “finish”.  Enjoy.
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Saturday, November 10, 2012

11/10/12 Shop Update

This week I added items featuring mazes #31 and #32 to the maze shop.

Some of the new items this week:

Some new t-shirts and clothing…

…Some bags…

…a water bottles and cups..

…greeting cards…



…office stuff…

…and some household items.

I also re-organized the Drinkware section and removed several items in the Bags & Wallets section.  I’m sorry Caf├ęPress, but I refuse to have my mazes stuck on leather goods.

Please take a look and let me know if you have any suggestions or whatever.

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Friday, November 9, 2012

Number 33: “Sweet”

More word fun.  With this maze, I started with the word “Sweet” and drew the maze all around it.  The “start” is in the first “e” and the “finish” is in the second one.  Have fun.
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Friday, November 2, 2012

Number 32: Web

Maze #32: Web
I drew this maze like the last one.  I started with a circle and drew the maze in and around it.  The wavy edges and rippling reminded me of a spider’s web.  Makes it perfect for Halloween, though a little late for it.  Maybe next year.  Anyway, there are two ways to “start” and just one “finish”.  Enjoy.
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