Just for a change... this is what I'm worrying away at, just now. Doing a pictorial map is a major exercise in deciding what to emphasise and what to leave out or simplify, so that the finished job is clear, usable and good-looking.
I'm on Version Three at the moment....
Version Two had a bunch of goofs on it and was too small. Here's a close-up of one way of correcting a mistake.
- Place a piece of paper of the same sort as you used for the drawing, underneath the drawing.
- Cut around the botched area with a scalpel.
- Glue the new paper, which will now be a perfect fit, into place with some backing paper, and start again. Not quite invisible mending, but hey.
(here is the finished project) (and here is the map....)