It looks a bit funky up in the bow.
The waterlines coming into that straight stem will have to be straight also or you will get a weird shape there.
You nmay want to fair the bow to a false stem ahead of the real stem then cut it back to match the real stem.
This is the way it is done when designing by hand, usually. Let the waterlines extend until they break the centerline.
It's Clamp Man"!
The Man has The Eye.
I noticed that when I was cutting the lifts - it looked a bit hollow in a couple of places.
I had a bitch of a time getting it even that close.
DC is NOT a modeling program - just a drafting system with delusions of grandeur.
Way back in my Navy days, when I thought I might grow up to be a Naval Architect
I drew on paper - BIG paper. These days it's all on the little screen.
But this exercise is for fun.
I think, once I get to carving on it, I can make it work.
Also, for what it's worth, I didn't have ANY lines to start with on the 26.
So there's not a lot of expectation here for accuracy.
I'd just like to have a nice half-hull over the fireplace.
And unless Bob comes to Texas, who's gonna know???