Day the next, or Friday 16th as it was on some calendars.
Now, as I am building a pent roof with a front height of 2.4m and rear of 2m, the frame is slightly different.
Not obvious in the photo but it is not an even rectangle. New concrete looks good though
First things first, when in position the side walls will fit inside the front and back walls. When measuring its overall length do not forget to knock off 4" to take into account that fact.
To make the roof line easier to visualise, i have brought the rails close together for this pic. Basically rear rail is marked off for cutting at 2m, lay a top rail across so it is at 2.4m on the front rail. Mark angles and cut.
Shows slightly better here. Note all 3 rails are angled to fit. The tops of the verticals are angled to the roof slope and the top cross rail has its ends cut at an angle so that is flush with the outer edge.
The frame is completed exactly the same as the rear, I only used 3 uprights though instead of 5...shorter wall and of course the top of each rail has to be cut to the correct angle, 9 degrees mine was.
The weatherboards do not start or finish at either outer edge, remember our board edges will overlap? So start the first board a couple of inches in, this will allow the overlap board to be cut accurately right at tge end of the build
You can see how the angles worked out in the top corners of the frame.