What you'll learn
- Learn a fun and easy method for making mazes.
- Build mazes just for fun or to publish.
- Create real, high-quality mazes for everyone to enjoy.
- Learn advanced techniques for truly innovative mazes.
- You only need paper, pencil, and a marker or pen. Or you can use a digital drawing tool
- No drawing skills are required. If you can trace a line, you can build a maze.
Mazes look complicated by design but there is a trick to making them. In this class students will learn how to quickly and easily make mazes to share with friends and family to solve.
Build mazes quickly and efficiently with varying levels of complexity. Since everyone wants to be challenged at an appropriate level, students will be able to increase or decrease the difficulty of their mazes to challenge both young and old.
You will learn to make mazes with themes so they can appeal to a specific audience such as fans of TV show, video game, hobby, or sport. This will let you build mazes for fun or even as a business, publishing them to specific industries or publications.
Learn how to make a maze as a gift for a loved one by incorporating words or names. A hand-crafted gift like a maze is always appreciated.
Once you have mastered this maze-building technique you will be introduced to advanced methods. You will discover innovative concepts in maze building to take your mazes to the next level. Put a twist on them through gamification or by mixing in other worksheet activities.
This course can be completed with traditional tools (pencil and marker) or with digital tools (iPad, drawing tablet).
Who this course is for:
- Creative kids and adults
- Crafters looking for a new creative outlet.
Jerry Joe Seltzer is an author and illustrator of countless children's books and of art instructional titles. He has worked in publishing, newspapers, animation, and film as a cartoonist and concept artist. Now retired, he encourages novice artists through his unique drawing methodology.
He lives in Savannah, Georgia and is an alumnus of the Savannah College of Art and Design.