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  1. Default A well lit maze ? 
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    Has any one been in a well lit maze ? What do you prefer with lighting ? Have you seen themes that have stuck out or that just made you go WOW !! Right now I'm working on this new maze concept and just wanted to know what else is out there to study on.
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    I think Yellow lights and reds will look sick.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkXmoon View Post
    Has any one been in a well lit maze ? What do you prefer with lighting ? Have you seen themes that have stuck out or that just made you go WOW !! Right now I'm working on this new maze concept and just wanted to know what else is out there to study on.
    What do you mean "well lit", and what is the specific concept?

    C.
     

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    I'm just realizing that after all my years in working in this industry i have only been in mazes with very little light or almost pitch black. As for my personal concept of this maze , I don't want to give away to many details. I hoped to study more with this post
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  5. Default The Shining 
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    Best well lit maze of all time? The hedge maze from The Shining!
     

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    Never thought of a well lit maze, but I would think if you did one that all looked the same and the lights are placed the same in every hall that may make it harder to find there way out.
     

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    Thanks mates, I hope maybe in two years time I will have this idea up and running. It may not really seem it but this is actually helped me
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    I'm having trouble imagining this, all I can come up with is walls and floor covered in tin foil, no roof exposed to the sun, preheated to 375 degrees? With a few "turn back now mortal" signs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Chrise View Post
    I'm having trouble imagining this, all I can come up with is walls and floor covered in tin foil, no roof exposed to the sun, preheated to 375 degrees? With a few "turn back now mortal" signs.
    That's almost like one of the rooms I'm working on.

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  10. Default Ravens Grin= Well lit maze. 
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    Wouldn't have it any other way.
    I need them to "See", I have things to show them. I write things upon maze walls to slow them,
    People are "readers" not just trashpile breeders.
    Lights "ON", "How dull?"
    Resets them to "Lull'"
    Just before I scare them with a silent attack
    From which many don't bounce back
    Eliminate some of senses
    makes fear held by new fences.
    No escape.
     

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