The crafty entrepreneur has a knack for making things seem easier than they are, whether it’s turning a small box of screws into a custom-built sailing boat or building a custom sailboat out of recycled plastic.
But it’s the boat he loves that has drawn the most attention, thanks to a series of photos from a video that he’s sharing on his Instagram account.
The first one, posted last month, shows him building a homemade boat out of a box of pieces that he found at a garage sale.
“This is what the boat will look like once it’s finished,” he wrote on his post.
“It’s basically a sailboat with the sails cut off, and it’s actually not a boat at all.”
He then went on to explain how to make a custom sailing boat out a cardboard box.
“The whole thing is pretty easy,” he said.
“Just make the sails out of cardboard, cut the sail pieces and then put it all together.”
“The idea is that you have a sail that’s made out of wood, and you can fold it in half and cut out the other side and you’re done,” he continued.
“You don’t have to worry about making a good sail or making sure it’s going to float or not float.”
The next picture shows him using a drill to drill a hole in a sheet of plywood to build the sail.
“I cut it up into little pieces, cut out a hole for the hole, drilled a hole and then I put the pieces together,” he explained.
“There’s really not a lot of complicated parts to it.”
In the final picture, he shows how he built the boat out using a screwdriver.
“If I could have just gone through this whole process on my own, it would have taken forever,” he joked.
“It took me a couple of weeks to put it together, but it was really easy,” Mr. Fogg said.
The photo has garnered more than 2,000 likes on Instagram and about 60,000 shares.
He said the video has also been viewed more than 5,000 times.
“That was really cool.
It was just really inspiring to see it being built in the backyard and to see the people who love it,” he added.
The next video shows him making his own sail.
It shows him folding the sail in half, cutting out the hole for a hole, and then putting the pieces all together.
“When you’re making something this big and this complicated, it’s hard to take a break,” he told ABC News.