We’re going to start by drawing a grid—just a regular crosshatching of perpendicular lines. This scaffolding will form the skeleton of the maze, the bones and sinews that will give structure and stability to our final product.
Here’s what I want you to do.
Get out a piece of paper. It doesn’t have to be fancy—a napkin will do in a pinch. You’ll want something to write with, too, and erasability will be a plus.
On this piece of paper, draw a grid. Four-by-four ought to be plenty big enough for this first experiment, and don’t worry about the lines being all neat. Anything like this figure should be fine.
This is our starting ...