Check that you have the sufficient pen for the task.
Everyone has their preferences. A fine tipped pen is recommended by experts.
Draw a circle on a map, using either your protractor or a compass.
Of course, the compass you’re using is not a compass rose, but rather a tool for drawing circles.
Draw a line “north” of the center of the circle to the circle itself.
You can find north on your map using another navigational tool as a reference, such as another map.
Mark a point on your circle that is 90 degrees clockwise from the intersection made between the line you made last and the circle.
Connect that point to the center.
Repeat step 5 all the way around, now marking points 45 degrees away.
Skip over any points you already made.
Draw another circle that is smaller than your first, sharing the same center.
For this step, you must use your compass.
Create Vs, using the intersection between the line at 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees and the big circle as your vertices.
The intersections created by the 45, 135, 225, and 315 degree lines and the smaller circle will be the endpoints.
Draw more Vs, this time using the intersections created by the 45, 135, 225, and 315 degree lines and the big circle as vertices.
Use the intersections made by your first Vs and the lines with degrees including .5 as the endpoints.
Make the last Vs, now by using intersections between .
5 lines and the outer circle as vertices. Use the intersections between your previously made Vs and the middle circles as endpoints.