Welcome to Blog your Build, a feature we’ve added where you can get free plans for uploading pictures and text of your build to our site! How it works is simple, add yourself to the map, and then after you’ve purchased your instructional video email us and we will send you a coupon code you can use on the learning platform to download your plans. Once you start building upload a few pictures and a some text each time you build. You can share your blog with friends and family and we get to watch your build! Win-win.
Prep days 1-3 Welcome to the sample post, congratulations for getting through the setup, from here out it’s pretty easy: 1) write whatever you want in the box 2) click add media, and upload a few pics 3) scroll to the bottom right corner and select Large size 4) click insert into post This blog format“Brian’s F1 build, Portland, OR”
Hi, My name is Daniel, I’m an artist and independent contractor from Tel Aviv, Israel. I’m very excited to share my build here on the blog, so here we go… GETING READY In order to get ready for building I needed another and larger work bench as Brian suggests in the plans. I felt that I“Daniels F1 Build”
Hi. My name is Dan. This fall I built an F1. After building my first SOF in high school to keep me occupied during a summer many moons ago, I am back in the saddle again. Only this time I can use nylon instead of canvas, sinew instead of screws, and 2 part poly instead“Daniel G’s F1 Ottsville, Pennsylvania”
Hello Everyone. My name Is Peter and I live in Australia in the state of South Australia. It must be at least 6to eight weeks ago that I purchased a set of plans and the video tutorial from Brain. It’s taken me a bit of time to source the materials to build the F1. I“Peters F1 South Australia.”
Hi, my name is Lisa. I am a potter, artist and high school art teacher, originally from St. Louis, MO. I have just begun to build my F1. While I have some wood working skills, I am still very much a novice. The other challenge that I face, is in not having the luxury of“Lisa’s F1 Build, Hannibal, Missouri”