I have transposed the shearline, chine, hull centre line (rocker) and beam dimensions at 14 stations to provide the shadow templates.
It may look tricky in the photo's but please take a little time to understand how beautifully simplistic this method is to form the most natural curve from the chine to the rocker. It really is amazingly simple.
On another piece of paper mark the centre line and chine
Turn the paper 90 degrees, place the Chine mark on the rocker point and mark the intersection of the chine and centre line
Turn the paper back to the original position. Then keeping the centreline mark on the centreline and chine mark on the chine line turn the paper a couple of degrees and mark the spot.
Turn the paper again, check the centrelines and chine lines are still correspond and mark the spot
Repeat this process until the edge of the paper reaches the centreline
What a fantastic way to produce any ellipse shape
Now I'm in a position to cut each one out. When it comes to cutting the curve I fold the template in half.