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Alrighty. I traded for a Demolisher, and got it today. It was minus the extras sprue (bummer, but not that big of a deal). But anyways...
My Imperial Guard army is medieval based, and I'm wondering how to make my demolisher more, well, medieval. I'm planning on gluing on some shields and spears (with flags attached) to make it seem like more of a moving castle than a tank.
do you mean as if you're using the warrior weapons doctrine? Well, a demolisher's kinda hard to fit in, but perhaps lots of ornate medieval looking gargoyles, maybe show the tank commander sticking out of the turret wearing chainmail
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Gargoyles is a good idea. How could I model them?
Mordheim has plastic gargoyles, you could try the specialist games website.
If you hadn't already got the model, I'd say use a steam tank.
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id say look at battlefleet gothic models for inspiration.
those ships are made to look like castles in space. think Notre Dame de Paris
I'll go out on a wild goose chase here if you don't mind.
and get hold of some of the sprues that come with the Brettonian Men at arms- lots of medievally things that could be used on there
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