Sorry to hear about your private problems. The boat looks great already. If I understand correctly, you built it by applying a layer of wood on both sides of a tissue. Never seen that before. Good luck with the progress.
Firstly the private problems are caused by the attempt to sell our house, so my work space is limited and needs to be cleaned regulary. Also I am very busy with my job and a lot of travelling for weeks to the Middle East.
The technic I used for this boat have I learned on the web from a Russian builder in the past and used this earlier already for an other small boat. Made a mall using glue for wall paper in combination with toilet paper sheets (called Papier Mache in the Netherlands). after a week the paper is fixed so you can easy glue the wood on the in and outside.
Ah, still haven't sold your house. Yeah, it's difficult in the Netherlands these days to sell your house. I sold my house last year. First had to change estate agent and then had to drop the price considarably, but it worked. Happily living in France now. Interesting technique. But you have to apply the planking on both sides of the tissue. That's the double amount of work compared to the 'classical' method: shape a core of wood, place the frames on that core, cover the frames with a single layer of planking. Did you use the tissue method to have more rigidity during the rest of the build, or is there another reason to use it? Maybe the small scale made you use another method than the 'classical' one.
PS I suppose you can't take your boat model with you in your hand luggage when flying to the Middle East. Maybe you can get some work done in the slow hours overthere
Some latest pictures: new location in our new house, we moved to here in February, and now busy with re-decorating each room. once finished I will have a perfect workshop for my hobby, pictures will follow begin of next year.