I sometimes make models for people for various reasons. They are one offs. This is a Tugboat Hermes I am making for a doctor/friend of mine. He is helping me out a lot and charging me far less than what he could be. I am making the boat as a gift, he has no idea I am making it. He captained a 67 foot long pleasure craft, holding all the certification, but told me he always wanted a Tugboat. So now, I will give him one. The pictures you see of the hull are the drawings used to develop the surface. The final hull will be composed of horizontal lines to the waterline, and vertical lines of the bottom of the ship developed off of the ships present skinning. When making a ship to be made out of paper, you must model it to take that into consideration. So the ship does not look "perfect", but that is because all the parts unroll, and it is easy to "Render" really nice models that can't be built. p.s. This is one reason the "Hot-Rod" had to go to the back-burner.