Edit: I recognize now that stripboard has traces. Judging by how his breadboard creation was all on one side of the breadboard he should not need to cut any traces on the board. To answer the OPs question, this should work just fine (though if you are going to solder it into the stripboard, you should use some solid wire and not those jumper wires).
I am answering this on the basis that the perfboard does not have any traces, like every perfboard I have ever had. You are not able to get this circuit to work unless you were planning on having sketchy >50GΏ resistors between all the wires. In order to get this to work you must create a solder and/or wire bridge between the wires you want to connect. If you want it to be more reliable than I would highly suggest using some solid core 22awg insulated wire instead of the breadboard hookup wires. Those are meant for prototyping and not for building a final design. I have learned the hard way that soldering those dupont breadboard hookup wires leads to the wires snapping off quickly.