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HMS Victory, minifig scale 1:39
Still a work in progress (WIP). I started this project in 2006. I wanted to make the HMS Victory as best I can in minifig scale. The HMS Victory is a 1st rate ship of the line of which the original can still be visited in Portsmouth. I chose to construct a tiled SNOT hull. Where the brown tiles represent the copper plating. Currently, I'm building the orlop. After that I will start the work on the gun decks. I've already finished the costum guns for the lower gun deck. And I finished some test pannels for the tiling of the of the ship above the waterline. Kind regards, Teddy
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  September 8, 2013
I have to say you're a brave man. Lifting all that with bare hands. It didnt broke by its own weight?
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  August 8, 2013
Great build! I was wondering if you have any updated pics of how the project is coming along.
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  January 10, 2013
Im back. I have a question: How did you make the deck? Im trying to build a ship but IDK how to make a deck
  January 9, 2013
Wow!I have 2 words for this: PURE AWESOME. Im working on a 1/95th scale aircraft carrier. It is the USS Enterpise from WWII. It will be over 9 feet long
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  May 24, 2012
This is awesome! I am a huge fan of the Victory and lord Nelson, so to see the entire ship, binnacle, quarter deck, Nelson chequer and all would be amazing. I hope you finish.
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  May 5, 2012
Hey Teddy, That is an impressive build I particularly like that you have used plates to get a nice curve to the hull. Using tiles is an interesting choice - definitely looks nice from the outside. I also really like the image of where you have the black and yellow section that is clearly on a curve. Impressive. I am about to start a scale LEGO model of the Victory. I have been gathering reference (hence how I found your MOC), what reference do you use for the build? Also did you use any LEGO 3D packages to design this, or did you just build from scratch? I intend to create a 3D model in 3dsmax then convert it to plates. What approach did you take?
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  May 5, 2012
Hi Teddy, Thank is an impressive build. I particularly like the use of plates (and tiles) to get the smoothes curves LEGO can create without using slopes. The detail that stood out for me the most though is the small section that you have made from yellow and black, the way you have created that upward curve while still maintaining the shape of the hull. Impressive./b I have stumbled onto your creation after doing some research to build a similar scale HMS Victory and I have a few questions for you. Firstly, what research did you use? How did you design the hull? Digitally? I plan to build a 3D model of the victory using a separate 3D package and convert it to 1x1 plates to get the most accurate shape. At this point I have just been building small details but am starting the 3D hull this weekend. I would love to hear any advice you have. Thanks for sharing this great MOC. Cheers - Cade
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  March 1, 2012
i live in portsmouth so ive seen it every day and this looks like its lego twin lol good job mate
  February 24, 2012
awesome!
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  December 23, 2011
Quoting Anders T Wow! This is an inspiration to us all
Thanks! I just checked you LDD designs and I really love them! :) This holiday season I intend to work on this beast a bit. Kind regards, Teddy
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  August 2, 2011
Wow! This is an inspiration to us all
  August 25, 2010
holy LEGO! thats huge! are u going to add a top deck and masts and sails and the cabin? if so that would be aswome!!!!!
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  April 8, 2010
oh my god!I`m falling out of my chair!every thing is so good!you have it made very well,I was suprised with custom cannon though,it is all very nice,by the way are you going to use blue coats like the real imperial navy or red? and can you give instructions to the cannon?
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  February 20, 2010
YESSS! Thats the way I like it. Very good hull design. I really like to see the complete model.
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  February 20, 2010
YESSS! Thats the way I like it. Very good hull design. I really like to the the complete model.
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  September 1, 2009
omg how can you hold that what is it 30 pounds.
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  May 17, 2009
this is so amazing i could not dream of building this in my dreams this is a- mazing and minifig scale thisl...cant find words...simply amazing best unfinished mo ive ever seen on this website
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  April 21, 2009
Dear all, thanks a lot for all the nice comments on this ship. I'm continually collecting bricks for this beast. But my main problem now is a shortage of spare time... :( I've made plans for the next phase of the ship and am stil scavenging for all the appropriate bricks. But progress has been slow. Hopefully I'll find some time in July. kind regards, Teddy
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  April 19, 2009
Amazing ship. Ive wanted to build the victory for a long time, but it will never be that good. One more question, isn't the ship heavy?
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  March 28, 2009
wow you have alot of browns
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  March 17, 2009
WOW, i want to see that finished, nice cannons and all...
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  March 11, 2009
Thanks for all the nice comments! :) Don't worry about it tipping over, it is quete sturdy. I actually lifted it to show just how sturdy it is. Kind regards, Teddy
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  March 9, 2009
what if it tips sideways off of it's 2 brick wide perch on your table? that'd be a shipwreck!
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  March 8, 2009
wow to do that u must have alot of spare time
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  March 5, 2009
that is simply amazing
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  March 5, 2009
Good work Teddy. Can't wait to see it done. Definitely a cool WIP MOC. Happy moccing.
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  March 5, 2009
very skilled job so far... I have a dwarfed HMS Victory ship compared to your colossal one. the best part i think for you will be figuring out the huge sails i believe 3 masted? ill be looking for how it turns out great work!
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  March 5, 2009
The HMS Victory is my favourite ever ship! Are you going to make a Horatio Nelson minifig?
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  March 5, 2009
It's huge, nicely done, hope to see more
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  March 4, 2009
I'm scared... that is the biggest ship in the history of LEGO ships on Mocpages, uh...Ever!
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  March 4, 2009
Holy Mother thats big
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  March 4, 2009
This sir, is brilliant! You've evidently put a tremendous amount of work into this project. I can't wait to see the end result. Good luck!
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  March 4, 2009
This sir, is brilliant! You've evidently put a tremendous amount of work into this project. I can't wait to see the end result. Good luck!
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  March 4, 2009
Wow, That's a lot of Lego!
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  March 4, 2009
Welcome to MOCpages:)!! Oh my Goodness, thatīs huge. Is it that easy to hold up? The shaping you did for the ship's "belly" is amazing, with all those tiles. Thatīs the stuff that makes people dream about what all can be done in Legos - if you have the means to do so... So from your picture with all the sailing ships in the backround and the fact that your WIP will become the HMS Victory, I suppose youīre mostly into old vessels? Or do you like modern city stuff as well? Best regards, Steffen
  March 4, 2009
Great project, love what you have done to date. Look forward to seeing your progress. Keeping going!
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  March 4, 2009
Of course it'll float. Plenty of air in the hull. This thing goes beyond being a S.H.I.P. It's a Amazingly Massive Investment in Parts.
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  March 4, 2009
This is truly awesome! One question though, does it float? :P
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  March 4, 2009
An huge and fantastic WIP ! Welcome to MOCpage !
 
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