Note:Only ink jet printers with at least 300 dpi work, 600 dpi works best!
other than the stuff listed above, you'll need to download some image editor.
I posted a freebie! If you already have one, you can use it instead.
click here for the editor
The pic below has stretched!
Step 1: Calculate the Size
For example 17x22.
Multiply the x and the y by 2 to get 34x44.
Add 1 to the x and the y to 35x45.
This is your size in pixels.
Step 2: Make the Image
Make an image with pixel dementions you calculated in the last step. Make sure you set the image to black and white in Paint.
Press the zoom tool and click on the little white line on the box.
This zooms in more than 8x.
Take the line tool with black as the color.
Draw lines to make a grid.
Step 3: Make the Maze Step 1
Step 4: Draw the Maze Step 2
you may draw dead ends off of dead ends as well!
save to bitmap format and close paint.
Step 5: Format for Printing Step 1
in my case, the freebie.
open the maze in it, and do the following:
change the resolution to 300, keeping the size in pixels the same.
change the mode to greyscale.
save and print to you ink jet printer.
you'll end up with something like below.
Step 6: Maze Drawing Tips
2) draw the answer path first
3) dead ends only connect at one end.(no loops)
4) there are only one start and one finish.
5) the maze is solvable.(not imposible to get from A to B)