That's awesome! Train him well and he'll be a top-maze runner when he grows up ;-)
I used to draw mazes too, back in elementary school. I would fill whole sheets of printer paper with lines spaced just far enough apart to fit a pencil tip in between, with intricate patterns and all kinds of false tracks that went on for a while before you realized it was the wrong way (with plenty of dead-end branches along the way.
I think those were the sort of 'art' that my parents used to take to a doctor and ask what it meant ;-)
It means you're perfectly normal, I say! :D
Guess he needs a maze book in his stocking this year!
Okay, that is really really cool. I used to love mazes as a kid... never thought of drawing my own though. Somehow I now feel robbed. ;)
What a great memory he'll have stored away.
Cobb would like to have a word with you :)
Inception joke, not sure if you would get that. Maze making was part of the test.
Ah. Haven't actually seen it yet. :)
That's -exactly- what I thought when I saw the circle maze :)
"You'll have to do better than that."
"That's more like it."
When my son was in that 3-5 year old age group, I would draw mazes for him all of the time. It was our tradition to do while sitting and waiting for just about anything. He especially liked them if I drew them in the shape of a train, car, or other vehicle.
Very cool! It's actually a pleasant absorbing activity. Neat to share like that, too.
Yay! Mazes are good for ya :)
This reminded me that I drew mazes when I was a kid. I haven't thought of that in years and years.
He's at an age where getting things in the mail is somewhat magical, an unexpected boon...
You mean there's an age at which getting things in the mail isn't somewhat magical, especially if I wasn't expecting it? I wonder when I'll get to it? I hope it's not for a long time yet!
The first one reminds me of the new FC hotel, but less complicated.
You'd make a good architect in Inception ;)
You didn't include the flower maze. Tim was just showing it to me.
I hadn't drawn it yet when I posted this! That was yesterday evening.
(And I didn't include the frog and dinosaur maze just because I didn't think it was as cool as these two.)
Drawing mazes for your kid = pure awesome.
that is so sweet it hurts. :) just wait until he wants lifesized ones!!
I especially like the symbols for the start and end. The bunny and carrot are cute; the A and B with their classic serifs are just … classic.
I do note that Nic didn't post a picture of the third one from that afternoon, which started at a dinosaur and ended at a frog. :D