I’ve been building lots of walls lately. I built walls in the Spitzboden, a few in various spots between the Alt- & Neubau and one in the future master bath. I’ve also done a few ceilings.
For those not in the know, it goes like this: First, you build a wooden frame construction. Then you cover it with OSB, then you cover that in drywall. It is a lot of work, but once you do it a few times, you get the hang of it and you can bust it out quickly as long as you have all the right tools lined up and ready to go. Hanging the drywall is a bit more troublesome, mainly because of all the irritating dust that comes from the cutting and slicing. Also, when you have been cutting and slicing drywall all day, you tend to gradually care less & less about trying to get all the pieces to fit without making it look like a total hack job. But, when you’re done, you can proudly look at your work and feel like a badass because, hey, you just built a thing that would be a real pain in the ass to dismantle.