So this is what causes me to toss and turn in bed at night. Not politics, nor global pandemics, nor world peace. Usually my shoulders aching like a toothache, and $#&@? bevels that I cannot seem to improve upon. This is with my trusty 2x72 that bites me in the rear end with the smallest of inconsistencies in movement but saves days in the knifemaking process. My question is, and I know that I'm not the only one to struggle with this and if I am then I quit. But how is the best way to fix it without it looking like crap or trying to extend the bevel and then doing the same thing, or making it a full flat? Yea, I am a relatively new maker, 6 months under my belt. I have a ton of learning to do. Yes I know I will get better with time and practice. But there is no one relatively close to me in this art to learn from. Help a guy out. https://imgur.com/gallery/Jdu7Lm6 as you can see i was good and then the slightest incorrect angle on the belt and bloop. I could spend a couple hundred on a grinding jig, I've made two and they sucked but I'd rather not create something that I have to rely upon to work with.