so i took some graph paper, and started making some random lines, and somehow, a maze appeared!
some credit goes to Cait Wolters (if anyone knows her)
Step 1: Stuff You Need
I used mead 4 quadrille graph paper
if you have thin paper, the colors may bleed through
markers, in many colors (if you're making lots)
Step 2: Start!
Usually, i work off a normal, rectangle shape because I can fit the max amount in it
Don't forget to add entry ways
Step 3: Continuing...
When you're making this, make sure that even if you make a lot of "branches", one of them HAS to lead to the exit.
The trick is, the more branches, the harder.
Step 4: Maze Techniques: the Spiral
So, you start by making a box.
Then make the 2 lines as such.
Then 2 more.
Again, 2 more and you've finished a spiral.
Step 5: Maze Technique 2: the Stepcase
Start by making the zigzaggy line.
Then, make another zigzag line parallel to it (my geometry teacher would argue that it's antiparallel :P)
Here's where you can do whatever you want. Block it off, keep making stepcases, whatever.
Step 6: Finish
In this picture, i'm partly done and the spiral and stepcase are clearly visible.
Step 7: Extras
After, ther's a 4- and a 3-page maze.
Hope you had fun!