The waterfall style with the legs continuing over the top looks cool. Will you lap joint this over the top or will it divide the top into three pieces. If they are three pieces, how will you support the end pieces?
I made one recently. Follow my experience here: https://tapatalk.com/shareLink?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.woodtalkonline.com%2Findex.php?/topic/21706-A-checkered-past&share_tid=21706&share_fid=38303&share_type=t
A checkered past
Maybe that will help.
I have not been editing video lately. We have been doing those spring jobs and enjoying being outside. The lawn and the gardens are under way. Slowly things are getting cleaned up from the winter. It was not a harsh winter this year, but it took a while for it to warm up.
I do have a bunch of video to take and jobs to do, and I have a bunch of video to edit too. Just have not been up to doing it lately.
Well, today the UPS truck rolled up to the door and dropped off my latest redemption from the BTP forum. So I threw a quick video together and posted it. A new Bosch 18V jig saw and some blades. Such nice tools. Bosch makes great stuff and I am getting a nice collection of them. Thank goodness for Bosch sponsoring the forum, I would never be able to afford them otherwise. We live on a pretty meagre budget.
As I mention, or try to mention a few times in the video, I am not converting over to a guitar video format. The stars just lined up and I have had a bunch of guitar work to do, and some yet to do, so there will be a few guitar related videos in the works. I also finally finished my daughters birthday present. That video will have to be edited and put up too. It took a long time and the project seemed to fight me all the way. So much for trying to keep something simple. It seemed things had to be done 3 times before I had success.
Well, here is my newest video. A bit of an update, a bit of a tour, a bit of me rambling on, and a new toy, all outdoors under the nice sunny sky and with a lot of wind noise.