I'm working with the wood for about 8 years now. My parents celebrated their 40e anniversary last september 9th so back in january, I planned to build a grand-mother clock as a gift. I bought the plan and the hardware (movement, weights, dial, etc) from Murray Clock. I choose the Salisbury model. I made this clock from cherry lumbers. I bought about 30 PMP of cherry in two rough dimensions, 4/4 and 8/4 (1 and 2 inch thick). I also took the time to convert the paper version of the plan into a SketchUp plan to make sure I understand it and keep in mind every step of construction. I have great difficulty in working with 2D drawings. Transfer in Sketchup for a 3D representation is necessary for me! I began with the foot mold on the bottom of the base. As I don't have a shaper, I made the molding with three different router bit on my router table. First, the corner round bit with a 1/2" radius. After, a simple round bit. I finished the molding with a roman bit. Sorry if the picture are a little bit blurry, I tried a new camera for these one but I change it after that. Next pictures will be better. Now I have to create the design of the feet. I made it be drilling holes of different diameter, and finish by removing extra wood on my band saw. I put the three foot pieces together with joiner biscuits on the miter joint.