Tagged: two mazes

Here are two mazes for the price of one!  In each case, they are drawn on paperboard called “shikishi” (色紙) in Japanese.  In each case they have their own permalinks.

Under pink and green lines, travel along noodle paths from start to finish

Under pink and green lines, travel along noodle paths from start to finish

http://art.robnugen.com/gp1

Under green and pink lines, follow noodle paths from start to finish

http://art.robnugen.com/pg1

http://art.robnugen.com/gp1

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Two mazes this week: In both cases, travel from the dot in the center to the outside.

Take your time with the second one 😉

from the dot in the center to the outside

from the dot in the center to the outside

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My friend Michael John Grist suggested a maze with teleportation sites.   That sounded pretty fun to me, so here is my first version.   Start at either of the large black dots and make your way to the other.  The paths cross under and over each other.  colored circles are teleportation stations.  Jump to any other same-colored circle.

The maze is pretty easy that way, so I arranged it so we can use all the teleportation stations exactly once (either coming or going) and still solve the maze.

use each teleportation station exactly once to get from one black dot to the other

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The upper portion of this maze was drawn by hand; try to get from one big bulb to the other.  Paths cross over and under one another.

The lower portion of this maze is much easier to solve, and was much easier to draw.  Most of it I did with gimp, as I toyed around with selections and bucket fill.  Find a path from one big circle to the other.   Paths go under the upper maze.

from large bulb or large circle to the other

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