Wanna do a Halloween #maze or two?


Well. They’re not all Halloween themed. But they’re all mazes. I messed around with some of them in PicsArt and Instagram.

Try a few. Get the solutions on your social media of choice. Tag me in it. I’m always @AiXeLsyD13 unless someone is being a butthole and takes it first for some reason even though it’s my handle across all platforms.

Share them too. This may be a fun Halloween activity for the kids or for the whole family.

Another 7 #Mazes – @AiXeLsyD13 on Instagram


I dunno why I group them in 7’s.

Wanna do a #maze or two?


I have been posting them to Instagram, just not here much.  I have a few I have drawn but haven’t shared.  I may share them here.  Is anyone interested in them?  Should I save them for a publisher or Etsy shop? I need to get with CI3 and make some mugs!

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So, who's gonna solve my #GuitarCase #Maze?

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Yeah, that one is on my guitar case. It would be killer if someone could complete that one… just not on the actual case. Ha ha.

Thanksgiving is my favorite. Maybe after Halloween.

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Give it a go. #maze #mazes #solvethismaze

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I am so proud of my little artist!

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Cleaned up my #maze from earlier.

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Another #maze if you dig.

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You know you wanna print one and try it, or use an app on your phone/tablet to draw right on it. Then you wanna tag me in social media with the solution or leave it here in the comments.

Maze Solution! Peculiarly Perplexing Path


We have another maze solution!  This one is from Jennifer B, she said her son worked through the Peculiarly Perplexing Path in a half hour.  I hope the family is able to roll through some more of my mazes, and glad you’re having fun with this one!

From: Jennifer B.
Date: Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:06 PM
Subject: I DID IT! The Peculiarly Perplexing Path – Maze Solution
To: world.and.lunar.domination@gmail.com

Hey there,

I couldn’t resist sharing your latest maze with my kids. They love a challenge! Here is my 11 year old’s solution.
JenniferB

Check it out…

Cool!  Jennifer’s kid rocks! Thanks for taking the time to solve it & for taking the time to send it in!

As always, if you try any of my mazes, send a scan or photo of the solution to world.and.lunar.domination@gmail.com!

Peculiarly Perplexing Path [Maze]


Have no fear!  I’ve only slowed down with the mazes, I haven’t stopped.  I’m waiting for some of you to catch up with me. That’s right, I need more solutions!

I used smaller paper with this one, so I don’t think it’s as large/complicated as the last few.

If you’ve attempted & completed a solution, send a photo or scan to me at world.and.lunar.domination@gmail.com, or post a link to it in the comments here.

Peculiarly Perplexing Path [Maze]

Peculiarly Perplexing Path (Maze)

Approach Arc Alter [Maze]


BIC® 4-Color™ Retractable Ballpoint Pen

I did this one with a ball point pen.  Well, not just any ball point pen… I used one of those cool Bic 4 color pens.  I don’t think I’ll be drawing any more mazes with that pen.  I’ll stick with the fine Sharpie pen that I was using for the other mazes, or some other higher-quality non-smearing fast-drying consistent pen.

This one’s called Approach Arc Alter because it seems like an A sort of day.  So why not use a few?  Some solutions have come in.  Do you have what it takes to finish this one?  If you do, post a link to your solution here in the comments, or email me a photo or scan: world.and.lunar.domination@gmail.com

Approach Arc Alter

Good luck!

Bewildering Byway [Maze]


Welcome to the Bewildering Byway.  Care to try to solve this one (or any of my other mazes)A few have stepped up to the plate.  Are you up to the task?  If you are, I urge you to post a solution in the comments below.  You can link to a photo or a scan.  If you’re unsure how to do that, you can email the solution to me at world.and.lunar.domination@gmail.com.

Bewildering Byway [Maze]

Bewildering Byway

Twist and Shout [Maze]


I call this one “Twist and Shout” for no apparent reason.  I’m hoping I don’t run out of creative names, as I don’t feel that I’m running out of mazes any time soon.  Are you one of the brave & the bold that have tried a solution?  If not, I suggest you try.  I hear it’s fun & relaxing.

Once you’ve solved it, send me a photo or scan, or post a link to one in the comments.  How do you send me a solution, you ask?  It’s simple.  You send it via email at world.and.lunar.domination@gmail.com.

Twist and Shout [Maze]

Twist and Shout

The End is the Beginning is the End [Maze]


This one starts & stops in the same place.  None of my other mazes (so far) have done that.  I decided to call it “The End is the Beginning is the End”.  That’s a Smashing Pumpkins song from Batman & Robin.

As usual, if you’re adventurous enough to print & solve the maze, please post a link to your solution in the comments, or email it to me at world.and.lunar.domination@gmail.com and I can do the posting for you.  I’ve had solutions come in from two different challengers so far, perhaps they’ll try again or there are others out there willing to join their ranks.

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The End is the Beginning is the End [Maze]

The End is the Beginning is the End

Maybe you can listen to this while you solve the maze…

It might take a few repeats.  You could try this one too…

Curvilinear Course [Maze Solution]


So, we have a solution to one of my ridiculous mazes by Chris Thornborrow of the Labirintia Project:

Chris writes along with his solution…

Hi there,

Wow it took over an hour. In the end I started blacking out dead end paths to narrow the search down. This meant I found a start at the finish first and then worked toward the start. As you can see I had to black Out huge amounts. Very confusing very hard maze. How the hell did you design this?

I wrote back to Chris, saying…

Hi Chris,

Wow! Thanks for taking the time to try the maze & to send a photo! I haven’t got many responses yet. I hadn’t heard of the blacking-out method until recently.

I don’t really design the mazes, as much as “just draw”. I try to always keep an open path until the end. Sometimes I work form both the start & the finish, connect two paths, and try to close off all the others. Sometimes I have multiple paths.

If you’d like to try this maze for yourself, you can here: Curvilinear Course [Maze]  –  Try not to look at the solution above first, though.

Solutions have also come rolling in from Eric Yano, to a handful of mazes at once!  Are you brave enough to try?