Make it. Just start in on it! I’d love to see your design.
The good folks at Chesapeake Light Craft in Annapolis have a teardrop that has a sort of faceted design which lends itself to this method, as well as stitch and glue: CLC Teardrop
As for errors in the cutting, I am definitely seeing some patterns and hope to somewhat make sense of it…I am also awaiting my pantograph, so that may alleviate a bit of the problems. Basically, however, I am seeing that some of the panels that are over 6 feet in length are suffering from a half inch here or there at the farthest edges of the board. It is hard to articulate, so maybe I’ll work up a drawing and post it of what was intended (from the CAD drawing) and then what I got (from real-world post-cut measurements). It is nothing big, however, since it gives me a chance to be creative. Part of boatbuilding is being a mechanic and adapting to the unexpected. That, and the great Universe’s cure-all: epoxy.