Well I've got a little over a week to build a boat for Ah, Wilderness. It needs to be small (thank God) and on wheels so that it can roll on and off. So far I'm thinking a sheet of 3/4 for the bottom cut "boat shaped" with 1" casters. A second sheet of 3/4 cut out larger to be the top rail of the boat. Then bending some Luan for an inner and outer skin of the boat. The trick is I need some sort of upright support ribs and I'm at a loss of how to QUICKLY create them. Doing it the real way would create a ton of crazy curves and angles that would be quite complicated and I just don't have the time to figure out. I could just use something like 2x2 but making them straight would result in a pretty lame looking boat. Any suggestions for how to cheat and make some angles that will bend the luan skin in a way that will look "boat like" without spending hours figuring out details of the curve and tons of precision cutting on the band saw?