Been in a mood lately, if I think it I do it. Thought about shaping some more boards, in my own space close to where I sleep. You know, wake up, can shape or glass. Come home from late night, can spray or paint. You know what I'm saying.
Space in the yard I can fit something between 10 and 15'ish feet long and 6 to 8 feet wide. Would really not like to limit myself in length, a couple 13 footers would be rad as fuck to dick around with shaping. Friends SUP so I'd like to have space to hook them up with shapes.
Obviously bigger better I know but it's a residential yard and I'm trying my best to have it fit in well and look like it's part of the design plans not something just plopped down there. The 10*6 foot would really line up well with other structures and trees and things how the yard is laid out esthetically but the 15*8 would give me more space for those larger shapes.
Looking for advise on how close I can realistically cut it while still being able to do some 13 footers and some fairly wide/large sups? I'd prefer to not have to open a door and use part outside part inside. Everything contained within the structure is ideal.
Will be building something. Planning now, research, design, source materials, sort permitting start building and shaping boards.
Critique, advise, opinions, whatever holler at me I'm all ears. Appreciate you