Its unusual that you're doing the fiddly bits first.
That was very intentional. There has been more than one person who has gotten the base, corner posts and walls up really quickly - and then got stuck on the roof for a long time and took forever to get their windows done. My thought was that I'd reverse the situation and get the tricky things done first and then speed through all the easy bits. Obviously, this isn't what happened - I keep finding myself complicating everything and doing things which slow me down (such as coating things with epoxy).
The other reason for doing things in the order that I have been is due to space limitations. I've made the roof and base to be able to withstand a fair amount of abuse and so am not worried about leaving them lying around outside until I'm done. I wouldn't be as comfortable doing that with the walls, but really don't want to take up the space inside to store them. The fiddly bits like the windows hardly take up very little space.
I haven't done terribly much since I last posted, but have fiddled about with the windows some more and last week started on the process of finishing the front two corner pieces (which the doors will attach to).
I do intend to get back to my build, and hope that I might actually be able to finish it this year. Being frequently sick this winter and having a million other projects to do doesn't really help.
I bought some plywood for the walls yesterday, and in preparation for starting to cut the trim to attach to it I decided that I should really check out my plans again. I do know that some measurements have changed a little since I drew them up (my box will be 1/4" shorter than originally intended due to an error I made at one point), so measured what I had and compared it to the drawing. It turns out that I made my windows larger than I had planned but I'm not going back so I just have to figure out how to design the walls so I'll be satisfied with them. On the plus side, some of the lumber I have for putting on the walls was a touch on the narrow side - so now that the openings will be larger, they won't be as wide.
It will be nice to see some more progress on your build... She's going to look amazing! The walls and doors don't nearly as long as the roof and windows. I recall you mentioning that you wanted to start with the more tedious aspects of the build. I really like the way your roof turned out too.
I decided that when the weather got nice outside, the first thing I would would be to dig a trench to lay the electrical cabling to my box. I started digging, but the weather didn't cooperate (rained most weekends) and I got REALLY busy with other things, so I still haven't finished the trench (which does look kind of odd running through the middle of my wife's garden).
I think my social life will start to slow down after this coming weekend, so perhaps I'll be able to get back to it.