Well, a sensible tiny home builder would've put on a coat of paint or two before the rains returned to Western Washington, but I spent more time on family activities than my pet projects yet again... Did manage to get the roof tarpapered in time, so here's hoping for our not-unusual Indian Summer this fall. I delayed in ordering the standing seam roof until all was complete, which was a good thing. Even on a tiny project, the 'as-built' dimensions will vary a bit from plan. Since I was a couple inches over 16' in the roof width, I went ahead with some overhang at the rear to reduce waste on that 17th roof panel.
Notice the vestigial 'wedge front' frames? I'm thinking to stretch those triangular protuberances to a point on the center line as an art deco detail and place a marker light on the outside of each point. Still undecided on the wheelwell shape. Probably stick with the squareness in cutting those holes, but awaiting inspiration. Maybe make it a hinged panel. Besides, I don't need to cut them out until the first flat tire, right?!