To continue my apparent Great Lakes phase, I’ve made a map that looks like it was assembled from a stack of punch-cut cardstock paper layers to replicate lake bathymetry, like these eye-watering delights.
Happy Mapping! John
P.S. Here’s a version with some embossed pressed-labels (and some sneakily feathered-in details around Detroit, Buffalo, and Drummond Island).
Alternatively, if you prefer your wood-fibers intact, here is a version made to look like those CNCed wooden bathymetry maps that you find in lakeside tourist shops…
You can download the wooden map’s ArcGIS Pro project here.
If you have your own data and want to get cutting and stacking, you can check out this Style resource for Pro.