Please could you check out my YouTube channel. I am building a movie and book accurate Lego Traction City. It will be motorised and filled with buildings and locations mentioned in the book. Here is the link to my youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChgaE3JlsVkRpCx9AlxVmgQ It would be massively appreciated if you could subscribe to my YouTube Channel as well. I hope Everyone on the wiki finds my Lego model interesting. I hope mine will be the most accurate Lego london. Check out my other blog post to see some other lego traction cities.
- Lego is clearly a great medium for building traction cities and I have seen some great ones! Here are some. If you have your own Lego then post your own city in the comments and I will select a winner(deadline 1st January 2020).
Many people have made Lego traction cities and posted them online. I have made a list of my top 5 favourite ones. Once I have built my own I will post that on YouTube and a separate blog post.
- 1 1. Salthook, by TKEL creations
- 2 2.London
- 3 3. London
- 4 4. Lego Ninjago Traction City
- 5 5. Custom Design Traction City
I chose this model because of how realistic it is. It is a perfect replica of the film version and is fully motorized. Checkout the YouTube video for more details!
This is the most realistic London model and includes: St Paul's cathedral, the GUT and various buildings. Unfortunately this one is not motorized.
This is not as realistic as the other London. However it makes up for this by being fully motorized with forward and reverse movement, wo…
People, check this person out. They do a lot of work, Mortal Engines-themed and otherwise, and all of it is fantastic. You can check out their work here: https://www.deviantart.com/eleth-art/gallery. Tried to post an example, but wouldn't save.
Cinematographers draw from their personal relationships with light to transform ordinary worlds into spectacular ones. Take a journey through the sets and moods of Mortal Engines.
This episode is part 10 of 10 of a series of promotions by Universal Pictures.
In the lead up to the Mortal Engines NYCC Panel, Universal Pictures is releasing a series of character featurettes! Links below.
- Hester Shaw Featurette
- Tom Natsworthy Featurette
- Thaddeus Valentine Featurette
- Anna Fang Featurette
New York Comic Con will be hosting a Mortal Engines panel on Friday October 5! The event will be held at the Hulu Theatre, Madison Square Garden, from 12-1pm.
A second interview will be held on the Live Stage from 3-3:15pm.
Confirmed guests are:
- Peter Jackson
- Christian Rivers
- Philippa Boyens
- Hera Hilmar
- Robert Sheehan
- Leila George
- Stephen Lang
[UPDATE] The panel will be hosted by Andy Serkis and streamed on Syfy. Besides the interviews, the first 8 minutes of the film and the "first detailed presentation of the realization of [the] world" will be shown. Hugo Weaving has unfortunately cancelled his appearance at the event.
[UPDATE] Well, it was a big day for Mortal Engines fans! The first 24 minutes of the movie was screened (but unfortunately not …
A running list of behind-the-scenes articles about the Mortal Engines film.
- Behind-The-Scenes Of Peter Jackson's Insane New Blockbuster 'Mortal Engines' - Junkee
- 'Mortal Engines': 47 Things to Know From the Set of the Peter Jackson-Produced Film - Collider
- What You Need to Know About the Characters of ‘Mortal Engines’ (Set Visit) - Slashfilm
- Mortal Engines Has Hobbit, Jurassic World Easter Eggs & More - Screenrant
- 14 Things You Need to Know About Mortal Engines - IGN
- Mortal Engines Interviews - Major Spoilers
- Mortal Engines - A Look Inside In - Universal (official)
- Peter Jackson's 'Mortal Engines' Approaches Fast (Everything You Need To Know) - ScreenJunkies
According to the wiki activity, an admin or two have been active within the last couple of months. I'd like to request adminship, temporary or otherwise, so I can perform a bit of maintenance. A fair amount of pages need deleting, and I think the main page could use an overhaul. If you don't need/want me as an admin for whatever reason, or simply nobody reads this message, it's understandable. If not, I would love to help out a bit more, if only for maintenance.
rip in pieces mortal engines wiki, nobody has contributed in months and there has not even been any 'wakeup' calls from whatshisface, it's been so long i cant even remember the name of metal.. gun... slug?
anyway, rip mortal engines wiki, you were kind of a useless wasteland that only five people ever cared about, even at it's peak.
I just composed some Mortal Enginesy music... take a look: http://youtu.be/VgZBKYyM0cc .
Sorry for the god-awful artwork. I couldn't think of anything else and I was too lazy to make anything better.
The music has this powerful, throbbing background that really brings the machinary of the Traction Era out. The chorus (C, C, C, B, A, G, A, E, E) is a kind of sad but hopeful overtone. I really like it, it's a powerful piece.
If so, then check out this epic wikia wiki that needs contributers: http://railway-travel.wikia.com/wiki/Railway_Travel_Wiki
Well, I have noticed that some of the articles on this site are not geared towards the standard wiki format as summarised points of information, but appear to be forms of fan content such as the Mortal Engines Map Game. Therefore, as a casual writer of fanfiction as well as the contributor to an original project, I decided that I would create a Mortal Engines Fanon for those of you who want their own Traction Cities, Airships, Characters etc.
Anyway, here it is: Mortal Engines Fanon Wiki.
This scene was a part of Fever Crumb but it was never published with the book. I moved it from the main wiki to a blog post for convenience sake.
There had been some consternation inside the vast metal head when Dr Crumb first brought Fever home in her basket. The Order had only been living there for a few weeks when it happened; most of the rooms were still only separated by canvas partitions, and the sound of the child’s crying could be heard in all of them. One by one the members of the Order had looked up from their work, and frowned, and listened, and then gone stumping up the ladders and the rickety wooden stairways, homing in on the source of the noise. Soon there was quite a crowd of them gathered in Dr Crumb’s work-space, jostling …