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Little Victory
I'll get to keep this one...
About this creation

Decisive Action.

I present to you, for the third time (!) HMS Victory, Nelson's flagship, inventor of Blacktron colours ?



In case you're wondering, it's my warship moc for Decisive Action, equipped for modern naval warfare, sort of.



Regular viewers may be getting deja vu - but this one's half the size of my DA1 warship and microscopic compared to the one on my home page. What can I tell you, it's my favourite boat!



Laser blaster thingies mounted to the forward mast, that'll fox 'em. And just in case, we've kept four of it's old cannons. Still deadly...

Little Victory



Seemed fitting... doubt if there'll be a number 4 but never say never...



A detachable separate hull, for when it's out of the water.





Angles!





Back on the open ocean...







Thanks for looking!



Comments

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  April 27, 2018
Fantastic microbuild!
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  December 10, 2017
Brilliant. Just Brilliant. I'm a huge fan of Naval History and absolutely love the HMS Victory, and you have done a marvelous job at capturing her iconic appearance at such a small scale. I eagerly await the day when I will step on her decks for myself.
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  October 13, 2015
Amazing!
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  August 14, 2015
Sorry for being late, Nick. A lot of work this summer. What impressed me first is both way to present her: sailing or as a desk model, lines are pure and fluid. Then the sails, terrific part use that beautifully served the silhouette. At last, the mix with black and yellow pieces is very balanced. Modified 1x1 bricks and cheese slopes are used perfectly. Yes, you should keep it for a long while.
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  August 13, 2015
It's tinier than I thought! Nice work with the cute sails and mini windows. A minifigure would be really shrunk to fit in there!
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  August 12, 2015
Wow! Love the classic look to this.
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  August 10, 2015
ravishingly beautiful!
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  July 29, 2015
Wow what a little beauty. A great way to remember Big Victory. Both are huge victories :)
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  July 27, 2015
Amazing microship! I really like the way you used cheese slopes to simulate the cannon doors on the sides. Great work!
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  July 25, 2015
Nice work. I like how you have the attachable hull for the stand.
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  July 23, 2015
Wow! The amount of unique angles that you've packed in is astounding! Definitely a great build!
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  July 22, 2015
Very smooth ship! Such a good design too!
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  July 22, 2015
This ship is definitely a great victory! Haha! ;-P Good luck during DA!
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  July 20, 2015
Another great work of Lego "Ship" creationism! I second all of the great comments!
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  July 20, 2015
Amazing ship! I like the sails. Great work!
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  July 20, 2015
That`s is such a gorgeous creation
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  July 19, 2015
THIS IS AMAZING! The shaping of the hull is magnificent! I love how you made the bow. Very clever piece choice for the sails. I also love that like the DA version you can make it a waterline model. Sail on to Victory!
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  July 19, 2015
:-)
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  July 19, 2015
Lovely work!
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  July 18, 2015
I almost did a double-take there, great scaling, as said previously, excellent work on the sails!
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  July 17, 2015
Looking forward to your next turn, Destroyer!!!
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  July 17, 2015
Perfect for that scale!
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  July 16, 2015
Hehe, i guess they would have :-D
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  July 16, 2015
Amazing work, well done!
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  July 16, 2015
This is an incredible microscale ship! Wow, so good!
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  July 15, 2015
Beautiful work on this ship. I really like all the angles of it.
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  July 15, 2015
Awesome job with the sails and rigging!
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  July 15, 2015
that looks really nice! the little details are sweet NIck!
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  July 15, 2015
Great work on this ship! I really like the Technic panels usage as sails. Also, the cheese wedges work really nicely on the sides. :-)
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  July 15, 2015
This is very nice indeed, i know how hard it is to build Microscale ships, Of real ones, i like the compressed cannon hatches, However i miss some cannons in them... I bet you used as many bricks in this, as the previous victory you made, if not more.... Nice job keep it up
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  July 15, 2015
Absolutely awesome. A historic ship, superbly realised - again! I hope that you get to keep this one for display, as you say!
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  July 15, 2015
another epic build from a LEGO seaborne master craftsman. 100/100. BOAJEWD.
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  July 15, 2015
Cool!
Nick Barrett
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Tirrell Brown
  July 14, 2015
Little victory, but big details! Great mini rendition of a wonderful build.
Nick Barrett
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Matt Bace
  July 14, 2015
I love this little ship, almost as much as the big one. You've done an amazing job representing all of the important details and matching the hull shape at this much-reduced scale (it appears to be roughly 1:200, which has now become my scale of choice for naval models -- is that right?).
Nick Barrett
Keith Goldman
  July 14, 2015
The sails are indeed brilliant, and who knew that Teach invented Blacktron? General, you are specifications-accurate and ready to rule the waves of DA2. Good luck on turn 6!
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  July 14, 2015
You really like this ship, don't you? ;)
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  July 14, 2015
Pretty crafty there, Dude! I like the removable hull. Some days on display, others, off to sink some Frenchmen. Awesome!
  July 14, 2015
Perfect!
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  July 14, 2015
Nice! It seems even the sailors of [that time period] recognized the awesomeness of Blacktron colors. May it serve ye well!
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  July 14, 2015
Whoa! What a great way to combine old and new technology! Great work and good luck!
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  July 14, 2015
:D
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  July 14, 2015
A new way to assert your mastery of technic pieces.
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  July 14, 2015
Great job Nick! I agree with Henrik about the Technic pieces, they are a stroke of genius.
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  July 14, 2015
What a great name for this amazing build! It is indeed a Little Victory to make a ship so beautiful and brilliantly detailed at such a small scale. The Technic panels used for sails are truly a stroke of Genius. Excellent Work!
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  July 14, 2015
Excellent!
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  July 14, 2015
Brilliant model!!!
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  July 14, 2015
Wow!, big was my surprise as I discovered your piece usage for the sails, never I would have guessed how small the ship is, without those. Also, those sails are one of the best brick usages ever shown, brilliant, just brilliant!
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  July 14, 2015
Quoting Builder Allan Awesome! So much detail for the scale i actually thought it was bigger when i saw the thumbnail. I like the skylight, the miniature-cannons and the ropes. All those ropes must have been a pain to add :-)
Smaller fingers would have been handy :-) Thanks Allan
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  July 14, 2015
Brilliant, with echoes of your big Victory. I like the cheeses as gun ports and the Technic panels as sails.
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  July 14, 2015
Awesome! So much detail for the scale i actually thought it was bigger when i saw the thumbnail. I like the skylight, the miniature-cannons and the ropes. All those ropes must have been a pain to add :-)
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  July 14, 2015
"The Curious Case of HMS Victory" was my first thought, Nick! But you told before here that's not so... Rolling home victory with this beauty one... ;)
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  July 14, 2015
WOW this is awesome warship! I like that you made brick-build base, it looks very nice.
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  July 14, 2015
Quoting Tom Remy She's gorgeous! I love this scale, your details are amazing! But I have to ask: a Trafalgar build on Bastille Day? Really? ;-)
Oops... a diplomatic faux pas, that. Thanks Tom!
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  July 14, 2015
Best school trip ever!
  July 14, 2015
She's gorgeous! I love this scale, your details are amazing! But I have to ask: a Trafalgar build on Bastille Day? Really? ;-)
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  July 14, 2015
Quoting Sean B Fantastic build. I remember your other one from the last DA, (was that version 2?). As a fellow Brit, I assume that you've been onboard the original? I think they may not let people on any more.
Thanks Sean. The DA1 ship was version 1, then last year I made a minifig scale one for Bright Bricks. I've seen the original but I haven't been on it. Would love to :-)
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  July 14, 2015
Fantastic build. I remember your other one from the last DA, (was that version 2?). As a fellow Brit, I assume that you've been onboard the original? I think they may not let people on any more.
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  July 14, 2015
Brilliant scale version of the illustrious ship and stunning sails
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  July 14, 2015
Quoting Topsy Creatori There are some builds so stunning in their delicate intricacy that they leave me speechless. This is one such build! Should I ever be in trouble in the following attacks please sail her my way and let my nation die with dignity, that will be my small victory! :)
She is yours to command :-)
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  July 14, 2015
Quoting Tom Simon I love those sails! Lovely all around. I assume this model includes a force field to protect against French sniper shots.
Oh yes, I'll need that.... thanks Tom :-)
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  July 14, 2015
It was very hard modeling challenge, you did more than anyone could.
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  July 14, 2015
Wow, what a wonderful little ship. the Technic rigging is a piece of art itself. Great job, Nick! :-)) P.S.: I've been at Cape Trafalgar once back in the 1990s. It was really hard to find. It was on the maps, but there were no signposts at all. There was only a memorial stone on a small parking space next to the coastal road. I think they didn't want us to find the place. ;-)) Sorry, I love Spain and the Spanish people, but that was weird...
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  July 14, 2015
Fantastic, I love the technic sails at this scale. A wonderful display piece.
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  July 14, 2015
There are some builds so stunning in their delicate intricacy that they leave me speechless. This is one such build! Should I ever be in trouble in the following attacks please sail her my way and let my nation die with dignity, that will be my small victory! :)
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  July 14, 2015
Oh oh! Whoa, that's all technic! Looks so cool; congratulations!
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  July 14, 2015
I love those sails! Lovely all around. I assume this model includes a force field to protect against French sniper shots.
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  July 14, 2015
Really impressive. Your ability to get a sense of scale at any size is excellent. The detachable hull is brilliant!
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  July 14, 2015
Beautiful downsized version of this majestic build!
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  July 14, 2015
So great nick! I absolutely love the scale you built this in, just wonderful! The modern weaponry is a super bonus!
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  July 14, 2015
Oh, a beautiful ship. I like the gun ranks, the sails and rigging. And ähhhh the laser cannons.
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  July 14, 2015
Quoting Kris Smith love it, Being from Portsmouth way I know the ship well.
Thanks Kris, glad you like it especially as you've seen the real one (isn't it awesome ?)
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  July 14, 2015
Quoting DeTomaso Pantera How fabulous!! Truly stunning creation! I think i might even prefer this to the big'un! We must have a meet up soon! It's been a while :-)
Thanks Tom, I really like this little thing, might bring it to STEAM. It'll be great to meet up soon, I've seen you in the paper and on TV but it's not quite the same :-)
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  July 14, 2015
love it, Being from Portsmouth way I know the ship well.
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  July 14, 2015
How fabulous!! Truly stunning creation! I think i might even prefer this to the big'un! We must have a meet up soon! It's been a while :-)
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  July 14, 2015
Quoting Matt Bace I love this little ship, almost as much as the big one. You've done an amazing job representing all of the important details and matching the hull shape at this much-reduced scale (it appears to be roughly 1:200, which has now become my scale of choice for naval models -- is that right?).
Thankyou Matt - scale is about 1:250, so you were close enough :-)
 
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