Design stage

Well, I've been working on the designs. With many ideas in my head, putting them on paper is a trial and error process. Sure glad I have a big eraser. First, I draw a rough draft of the product, then make adjustments. There are times when I stop the process, take a day away, then review with an open mind to see if it meets my vision. From the rough draft, a more detailed picture of the product is drawn with measurements. Then, the building of the product. Usually the first one takes more time because I'm still making adjustments and trying to be efficient to cut down on building time. At this time, I'm still at the rough draft stage. Didn't someone say "Rome wasn't built in a day?" Not to say that I'm even close to the concept of Rome, but I want the product to look great and built correctly. It's about quality products that count.

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