Cramp desk problems or what I should do in my free time

For years I've had a table top drafting board (18" x 24"), it doesnt take up very much space, but, I would have to loose my desk space when I went to use it.

My thought was that if I make a desk just for it I could have that next to me and not use my desk space and it could be put in a small place in my office without taking up a full desk space when not in use.

So here's how I did it...

First I attached the legs to the table top...

Using a forester bit I drilled two holes for each leg and secured them with screws  

Next I put the side pieces on the table...

   
Next placed the apron pieces and glued them in place.   One side   Then the other

While that was drying I put together the drawer...

 
Cut the pieces and added a groove for the drawer bottom   Then glued it all together

After the table assembly was dry I added some braces to the legs...

Braces between the legs

After that was dry I finished up the table top...

   
Added dowels to the forester bit holes and sanded.   Expanded picture   Added trim to the edges, glued and secured

Applied the stain...

   
Stain Applied       After staining and finish

And now the drafting board and hardware...

 
Installed piano hinge to the table top and drafting board to pivot at the front   Installed additional hardware on the back to lock into 11 different positions

Drum roll please...

And here it is, no longer taking up my desk space and much more conveinent for desiging software and not loosing my computer.