Here are the rest of the British destroyers. They are all H class ships as well. The British named their new classes of destroyers after a letter of the alphabet. It makes thing more simple. I would be really nervous to be on a ship with a letter designation for a class. It implies the ship you are on is extremely expendable...which means you are extremely expendable. Yikes.
I do not have any more naval wargaming plans in the immediate future. I would like to one day have the entire Italian and German surface fleets in 1/6000 figurehead ships. Please note that my ambition will be from capital ships and scale down to destroyers. I will not be basing torpedo boats or submarines. There are far to many of them to collect. Destroyers are pushing it actually. The German fleet of WW2 only had around 20 capital ships and a handful of destroyers. It would be easy to collect the fleet in 1/6000 scale.
Next up is my Chinese DbMM project. No, this is not Taiping rebellion stuff. I am also experimenting with a Chinese army from a much earlier era. This particular base is a unit of C'hin conscripts wielding Ge dagger axes. The weapons are really cool. I suggest looking them up if you are curious. I used Baccus Japanese Retainers as guinea pigs. The Ge were made with straight pins, superglue and plasticard. I have also made some ge using brass rod and simple soldering skills. I am still new at soldering but I hope that with time I will become proficient at it. Soldering is an interesting skill.
This base is a Irr Bd (I). The other base I made is a Reg Bd (O). I also need to make Reg / Irr Aux with spears and shields and Reg Bw and Irr Bw wielding crossbows. I think the Bd stands are the most challenging because the Ge require the most technical know how. The Aux stands will need putty made shields and straight pins for spears. I have done stuff like that before. Crossbows will be a challenge b/c I am not sure how to do that. I will tackle that later. China really liked their crossbows. I have not even started on the C'hin chariots. This dynasty is famous for the terracotta soldiers that have been dug up. The Regular troops are made from Baccus Ashigaru. Their armor looks terrible similar to the C'hin armored warriors minus the goofy headgear. I had to sand down the helmets. I am still on the fence on how to model the head gear of the armored C'hin warriors.
This is my old creation from almost two years ago. They are fantasy bolt shooters for a High Elf army. One day I will actually make this army for Hostile Realms but for now they are resting. One day... one day.
The last bit of the day are my disruption explosions for Spearhead. These little mushroom clouds mimic actual explosions photographed during WW2. They are on the largish side for 3mm models. I do not care as they were fun to make and very easy if time consuming. I just need another 40 and I should have enough for all my games of Spearhead operational combat.