David, you can get a set of offsets, a table of points to plot on plywood and drawings of the panels from Hulls. The various drawings; 3-view, bulkheads, forms, and hull panels can be laid out on "plywood" so you can figure out how many sheets you'll need. The drawings can be exported as DXF format drawings.
I put the DXF drawings in a CAD program and scale it to make paper models. The models I've done look just like the 3-D drawing on screen and it's certainly nice to have the model in my hand.
"Folks say that if you listen real close at the height of the full moon, when the wind is blowin' off Nantucket Sound from the nor' east and the dogs are howlin' for no earthly reason, you can hear the awful screams of the crew of the "Ellie May," a sturdy whaler Captained by John McTavish; for it was on just such a night when the rum was flowin' and, Davey Jones be damned, big John brought his men on deck for the first of several screaming contests." David McKenzie