The mitered corner with the cove molding as well as the arched profile for the feet are the most significant elements of the piece that I have never done before. The rest of the project was designed with components and joints that I am familiar with and have implemented before. I wanted the scope of the project to be manageable and feasible with just a few unfamiliar but important (for the piece as well as my own skill set) elements. Note that the molding has not been applied but cut directly into the base.
The base as pictured here is still not glued up and will receive a lot more attention after it has been glued in order to get all the corners square and the surfaces ready for a finish. Unfortunately these dovetails will be painted over.
Ultimately this stack of rough poplar will be turned into the rest of the dresser.