Based on the weave of some wicker furniture, specifically an old rocking chair we used to have. I guess most kids don't sit and analyze the weave of their furniture, but I did, and now I've made a maze based on it!


Rose Window

Probably the nicest looking of my mazes, yet possibly the hardest, and a big favorite. Based on the fancy circular stained-glass windows often found in cathedrals.
Drawn freehand, without using a compass or tracing any circles. Also without measuring the distance around, which is why there's one loop that's off (see if you can find it).

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Easter Egg

Yes, this was drawn directly on an egg while the rest of my family was using normal Easter egg dye. I made a page on my other site that lets you turn the egg around with a little javascript, which I haven't gotten to work on this site yet.



Eddies in the Space-time Continuum

"Ah," nodded Arthur, "Is he. Is he." He pushed his hands into the pockets of his dressing gown and looked knowledgeably into the distance.
"What?" said Ford.
"Er, who," said Arthur, "is Eddy, then?"
-- Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything

Actually, I originally called this maze "Snails", but that seems so undignified, and "Eddies" reflects the swirliness better. I doodle circles a lot, using the 3-point rule (if you have any three points in a plane, you can make a circle), and I can fill up whole sheets of paper with circles that touch each other at only three points, so this was kind of a version of that, but with spirals instead of plain circles. All freehand.




My brother cut this snowflake out of paper for Christmas, and I defaced it with my maze mania.

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