I am building an Albatross Limited 1:700 ALLEN M SUMNER as USS MADDOX in 1962 for my son-in-law, whose grandfather served aboard. I have most of the aftermarket parts and am working on scratch building the tripod mast. I am reminded why I don't work much in 1:700 scale anymore; some of those parts are tiny!
I am also printing and building a 1/145-ish scale fictional Russian/Soviet SSGN. This kit started off as 2d drawings many years ago; when I got a 3d printer for Christmas I built a 3d model in Sketchup. The 3d model is very simplistic and light on details due to being printed in PLA. The odd scale is almost a "box scale", as I wanted the completed sub to be between 30 and 36" when done. The fore half of the hull has been printed in 3 sections and glued together; the fourth section has been printing for a couple of hours and has about 18 more to go.
I have also ordered a 1:350 Tamiya KING GEORGE V which I plan on building in a fictional G3 layout. The premise behind the G3 layout is to shorten the armor enough to allow the third turret to be a quadruple instead of twin while still displacing around 35,000 tons. I am been working on general layouts in Sketchup by chopping up a KGV someone else drew.
I've also got my first two resin kits in 1:700, SMS VON DER TANN and HMS LION from Combrig waiting until my other projects are completed.