Here, the bow filler block is totally merged with the angle of the bulkhead bevel AND the rabbet.
And when I say line, I mean the same sense of line I saw in a surfboard shaper's shop once. A very organic sense of design.
Here are the buttocks. I have to say that this is an area of apprehension because of the dramatic curves here--and the merge with the transom wing--is that crooked?
The Lesson here is to not glue the filler block into place until:
- it is as close to final shape as possible
- you've approximated the dimensions to make the mirror