This is the Raw version.
I'm using Illustrator 10 to create the new version because A) I own a copy and B) I want to de-rust my skills with it. So I traced all the lines and added the country names. (Yes, there is a "Kingdom of Pron" on the map. The 8-year old probably doesn't get the reference.)
Then it needed rivers. And a couple things on the map looked significant, so I named them. Then I needed to show why some of the political boundaries existed (rivers, forest edges, defensive works, etc.), so I added a few more rivers. And some mountains. And some forests. And some more mountains. Now it looks like this:
Then I wanted to have a basic map without all the colors of the political divisions. Luckily, Illustrator has layers, so I could do this easily. The terrain map looks like this:
Terrain Only Map
The next step is to do a hexagon grid overlay and a few other tweaks required by my perfectionism. Then I have to find a way to export it to .SVG format that keeps the fonts. That way they can zoom in and things won't be pixilated.
The end result will be a map my friend can used to teach his son RPGs, a map his son designed and will know all the names. That is a great dad. How could I not help?