The fastest way to do this very generally speaking, as there are an infinite number of approaches not all of which will have the same issues, is to build a model out of plywood. The Gougeons describe the process in their book. There is very high quality plywood that can be purchased and cuts readily with scissors. In some case carbboard might work, but the aircraft ply is actually scalable for stiffness to real world materials one will build in. You can scale and print patterns off your printer, then stick glue them to plywood. One can go further with lasers and actually cut real pieces with intricate details, but as wonderful as that looks it is faster to just cut the pieces at the full length after they have been assembled from panels. You can in a few hours model boats that will take a long time to build, and get real results that are NASA difficult to model in computers. It is also the case that computer outputs are not always the best building format, as they eliminate many integrated techniques that would be crazy difficult to model in a real way, but are easy to make in the real world.
Here is an example of both the benefits of making models and the pitfalls of getting too far from the realities of proven techniques, though as an Artist, Brian can gain a ton of followers with his exquisite products. Literally he could have built the hull for a fully compounded 30 foot trimaran in the time this product will take.