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This field sketch of the Kentish flatlands was made on about 19 pieces of irregularly cut paper, which were then joined and mounted on a thick sheet., Considerable mismatch of detail is noticeable along the joins. Buildings are infilled and blocked in red at settlements,such as,Ulcomb and Sutton Valance. Relief is depicted by rough pencil interlining.
Sutton Valence, Kent
This drawing is incomplete and has many corrections. ,It,reveals the process by which,draughtsmen worked, recording topographical features first,and adding relief afterwards. The crossed-out,and corrected names show a revision process comprising,several stages.
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.This map is drawn,on rectangular sheet lines, enclosed by a black border. Fields are coloured brown where cultivated, and green or blank if untilled.,Stonework buildings or structures are drawn in red ink at the major settlement of Maidstone, at the top left of the plan. Infilled or blocked areas of black or sepia ink depict structures or buildings made from impermanent materials such as wood. Several corrections and additions are evident on this map.