A 3-Circuit 5-Axle Labyrinth

The preceding contributions ask for a continuation.

However, the focus should not lie any more on the flower of life, but on the shape of the labyrinth. The square form pleased me. And, besides, particularly the depth effect through the accentuation of the middle in the diagonals, and the irritating appearance of the spatial visualization.

A 3-circuit 3-axle square labyrinth

A 3-circuit 3-axle square labyrinth

Could one not increase this by underlining all diagonals, and thus make from a 3-axle labyrinth a 5-axle labyrinth? The 3 circuits could remain. I have applied only one more time the same “barrier technology” that I used to get 3 sections in a 3-circuit labyrinth. And because the first “redirection” is immediately on the beginning of the way, I have shifted the middle vertical lines a little bit to the right.

A 3-circuit 5-axle square labyrinth

A 3-circuit 5-axle square labyrinth

This layout is not necessarily designed for a labyrinth to walk. It should only show that with only three circuits quite a lot of movement and irritation can be generated. It will fit better as a tile pattern. But, at least, it is unambiguously a labyrinth with all requested characteristics.

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