We make bow posts with rolling bevels, and cut sides and transoms. Because I built a prototype on a strongback last winter, we have accurate side-panel patterns and can free-form the builds.
In with an inner chine.
On with the bottom.
And the outer chines.
Up with the hull and on with the gunwales.
It’s fun to have these concurrent projects going on. For the most part the processes are the same. And they look so cute together.
Another hull begins. Here are the bow post, frames and transom.
They’re just so cute when they’re young.