I'm afraid I was responsible only for the putting-it-together part (that still took me like two hours - now the map occasionally hangs on my wall, but I take it away often for book reading), I didn't draw the map itself. But As I write in the video description, I found an SVG map of middleearth, which is awesome, because SVG (the picture format used on Wikipedia) is a vector graphics format, which unlike normal [bitmap - sic!] formats doesn't describe what color is on what pixel, but it describes "lines and shapes", therefore, you can ZOOM a vector-graphics made picture infinitely and you still get 100% quality and definition (=infinite zoom picture quality). Like when you zoom a webpage or a text file (you never lose the quality!)That's brilliant! Was that done on a PC?
Kicking that idea down the road a bit, you could make a fantastic map for kriegsspiel or a variation of it.
you can try zooming there yourself. I mean, before I printed it, I made from it a high-resolution bitmap picture first...