Tagged: paths

We interrupt our regularly scheduled program… for a wolf!

There are two dots near the wolf’s nose which represent secondary goals. If you skip those, it’s easy to travel from arrow to arrow!

travel from arrow to arrow, via the dots!

travel from arrow to arrow, via the dots!

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Graeme asked me to make a maze with the word BURGER in the middle. It’s based on a design he sent me.

from one open area to the other

from one open area to the other

Click here for the solution!

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Using the same start, end, and initial lines, I drew this while listening to Andreas M. Antonopoulos educate the Senate of Canada about Bitcoin.

Start at the start and end at the end!

disruptive technologies

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I drew a few straight lines and considered making a mirror maze, but have no way to easily measure the angles to make sure they’re precise. So I abandoned the mirror concept and just drew in some other lines.

travel from dot to dot

travel from dot to dot

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Though the ribbons and parallel paths may look like they pass over and under each other, this maze is designed to be purely flat.

There’s a very simple way to solve it, and a more complex way to solve it.  Either way, the path does not cross any dark lines.

travel from dot to dot

travel from dot to dot

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I started this maze while on the train with Lin to Paola and Jon’s house. Start at one of the small dots and travel to the other dot, using teleportation points as needed.

travel from small dot to small dot using teleportation symbols

travel from small dot to small dot using teleportation symbols

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I have no idea why I called this Circles, but the interior jagged lines were created by creating a relatively tight grid in Gimp and telling the cursor to follow the grid.

The start and end points are on the right, near the top.

travel from dot to dot

travel from dot to dot

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This one started with the big empty shapes and then I added the angular border.  I had been planning to do something like Enlined Shapes, but ended up doing almost the opposite.

Travel from one dot to the other.

blank_shapes

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I made this maze while Takumi and Mikarin were at our house.  Takumi seemed the most interested, though I wasn’t able to explain *why* I was drawing it.

Go in here and out there.

Go in here and out there.

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I am thrilled when I get to draw mazes for people to publish! I made this maze for the book Aba and Shamana, by Cynthia L. Floriani.

Help Aba follow the paths to reach Shamana!

Help Aba reach Shamana

Help Aba reach Shamana

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I made this maze at Sarutahiko Coffee shop in Ebisu.  They have a fun friendly environment and great cocoa!   English writeup on timeout.jp

It my first maze after I learned how to use the paths tool a bit more effectively.

Travel from 1 dot to 2 dots

Travel from 1 dot to 2 dots

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This is one of the first mazes I made after learning how to make seamless tiling in Gimp.   Offset layer is magic!

made with Gimp and offset layer function

travel from one big dot to the other

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JW_thumbprint_with_border_maze

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Follow white paths from circle to triangle or the other way around!

From triangle to circle or vice versa

Available as a poster on Zazzle.

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Help the dot find its way out.

out! out! spiralled dot!

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Travel from dot to dot between black lines.

from dot to dot

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from dot to dot

Buy a poster of this maze on Zazzle.com!

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Try to squeeze through the lines from one big dot to the other.

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There’s only one dead end.  Try to get from there to the center of the other circular shape.

 

travel from center of one circle to the other

Buy a poster sized version!

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I figured out a reasonable way to draw the optimal path solution for my mazes.

(That’s a hint for how to solve this maze!)

Travel from one dot to two dots, without crossing any lines.

Travel from one dot to two dots

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