I'm glad you enjoyed the video link I shared. He is a talented person for sure.
On that note, if I may suggest, really go over your video for content accuracy!!
There is a big difference between "style" and actual "good practice" in craft. In this case woodworking. I would not recommend the methods and approaches at all shown in the video you just shared. It is a good example...once again...of "too much"...in the way of people just "brain dumping" their videos out on You-tube. From a technical stand point he has some expensive tools, he has some wood, and he went through the motions of building (???) something that was just about pointless to build, and with a some pretty dead end methods.
1. If you don't know the wood you are working with...You shouldn't be using it. That is basic common sense. Now folk think it's o.k. to mix and match grain and species with out any real regard for anything...At least that is the impression the video leaves me with.
2. He employed expansion and contraction joinery modalities, for what purpose??? It sure doesn't seem like he knew why and just did it because he either saw someone else do it or thinks the joinery looks cool. All the effort to make it then put in together incorrectly!! Expansion joinery is meant for the wood to be able to move over time...not be screwed, glued and frozen in place.
So, on that note, I could not even give it a grade for woodworking, as it fails completely and could only give it a score on video content...Which is barely average at best...C-...maybe??
Well that's my 2˘ on it all anyway...
I will check out your next installment on Saturday...