Yeung Chan takes us through a very nice progression of steps for a beautiful joint. I can imagine that this would take a few tries to get the method; and as always it’s all about the process with special attention to measuring, marking, and execution. This could be especially useful for Green and Green or maybe Stickley. Thanks to him for making this available in HD video. After starting the video, click the menu item to switch to 720 and then you can maximize it to fill your screen.
Have you tried this joint? Where your methods similar?