I've been looking at making my own board, and even though I plan on making a table board, when talking with my uncle who is planning on giving me a hand, he commented that if I wanted to make one of the big boards, it wouldn't be much harder because they're probably just a box (as in they're somewhat hollow). He's never played go nor seen a go board, but when he said that I started to think. Having never seen a large floor board, much less had a chance to pick one up and gauge its weight, I find myself questioning whether they are hulking, heavy, solid pieces of wood, or if they're all a large hollow box where the playing surface has the same thickness as a table board. Can someone tell me more about this?
Ah yes, the small unfinished pyramid. Thanks