UB. Very good work, you can see it in the pics. Nice job. When did you start???
That said, Id like to offer a few tips.
First, try scattering your tools all over the shop. It makes it that much more exciting and interesting and its good for your brain to try to pick out a single tool from a big pile of tools.
Second, there isn’t nearly enough electrical wires and general debris on your shop floor. There should be a minimum of 10 pairs of filthy rubber gloves, cut off glass, piles of sawdust, spilled epoxy globs and wood cutoffs on the floor. This makes you a much careful builder as you are constantly aware of foot placement, and it makes your balance so much better when you are tripping over stuff and you have to keep from falling with a vat of epoxy.
“Build fast and go fishing” B n B