This whiz-bang how-to walks through the adventure of finding 40 year old hand-drawn hillshade, breathing geographic life into it, finding good-looking imagery, then blending the two into a cartographic product that bends the very fabric of time and space.
Here is the Shaded Relief Archive‘s source hillshade image of Tutuila, drawn by Michael Wood in 1980 (two years after I was born).
This is World Imagery Wayback, where you can browse previous releases of the World Imagery basemap for just-the-right image (not necessarily the newest, but the one that looks best for your map).
They have been smooshed together in ArcGIS Pro. Here’s how the finding and smooshing goes…
Happy Mapping! John