I made this maze for my favorite “yinzer”, my son Nate. I couldn’t decide which Pittsburgh team he loves the best so I figured I would just draw the whole city for him. This is the first landscape I’ve done and probably not the last.
Everything starts with a pencil sketch and goes from there. I had some fun with the start and end point on this one and the text around the image will give you a clue.
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