I've been pretty lucky finding a great free source of quality non treated wood to build with. It just takes a little time to clean the boards and pull out staples and you have a nice 1x4 piece of pine of varying lengths.
Anyways I had worked up my design, which sadly I've disposed of and decided on a one large door side and a two door multilevel side.
Started off building the base and side walls. I wasn't too concerened about gaps. I just wanted a water tight, sturdy shed.
Next I added some old fiberglass roofing I had laying around from when I built the greenhouse and added the first door.
The best part about this shed is that almost everything was repurposed. Except for the screws and the door latches everything was pretty much free or really cheap, not counting the gas it took to pick stuff up or the time it took to tear apart all those window crates. I got all the hinges from the Habitat for Humanity Restore in town.