With the rudder in place, all it needs is the tiller to be complete. However, it will be difficult to work on several final features of the transom with the tiller in place, so those need to be completed first. Of those, the first is the boom sheet traveller, with a black plate behind it. You can also see the holes that were drilled for the window cover ropes.
Strips for the pintles were added to the rudder. I determined that, at this scale, pins were not needed and would be hidden from view anyway, so they were omitted.
There is netting along the aft railings of the Sultana. My first thought was to use some tulle. However, the scale was wrong, and the tulle was too thin and light, barely noticeable. I tried painting the tulle to darken it and thicken the strands, but the paint failed to adhere.
It was clear that I would need to make my own netting from thread. My next attempt started by trying to form netting from individual strands of thread, which I would saturate with glue to hold them together. You can see how far I got below. It was immediately clear that I didn’t have the patience for this method, and the mesh would be uneven.
Here is the template I used to laser cut the window overhang on the stern.
Swivel gun stocks were designed. They were 3D printed at various heights as needed.