Well, the picture didn't turn out that great, and this time I didn't take a bunch. In any case, you can see that quite a bit of wood needs to be removed from the chine logs in order to get things into shape. Similar work is required on the sheer clamps. In case I forgot to define the terms earlier, the chine log is the what holds the side of the boat to the bottom--that corner is called a chine and the sheer clamp is what runs around the top edge of the hull.
I did about a third of the starboard shaping using a spokeshave. That went all right, but it took about 10 hours. Since we're on a fairly tight schedule, I borrowed a power planer to do the rest. Things go much faster--thanks, Dave!