Ok, well I've been teasing you all with this for a few days, so I'll just throw this out for you all now.
My Doombull Karniforex the Butcher (I may rework that name...) is a mad afternoon's work. The name's wordplay of carnifex (latin for butcher), which is both fitting for a 12foot slab of pure meat with a huge chopping blade but also because of the source of his hooven feet - originally from the tyranid carnifex kit. I wanted to make him stand out to normal minotaurs so I thought adding some large hooves would increase is height. After a bit of a play I realised I could get a quite fluid movement by putting both hooves on slightly differently on each foot. I greenstuffed fur to mimic the appearance of the rank and file gors, and also to help mask the ankles to make the hooves look more natural and less tyranidy.
The blade is from the daemon prince kit, as is the huge shoulder plate. I'm usually not a fan of space marine shoulder pads on fantasy models, but this one is just chaosy enough to pull it off. I've added an empire shield from the giant kit on his thigh, and gone for an entirely armoured left flank like a gladiator - his left side takes all the firepower whilst the right side is free to do all kinds of chopping! The shoulder armour also has a nice groove for his horn to go into - very ergonomic!
I didn't want to go made with this model's extra bits. I did add a spawn tail to make him looked extra blessed and represent gifts of chaos - and also to mask the huge gap between the two torso pieces, which was unfortunately leaving a huge chasm in his butt crack.
The base is from lelith hesperax - it helped elevate the model slightly and show off more of him front, otherwise on a flat surface he'd have looked like he was sprinting with his head down, charging for a gore. Although really cool, the model would stand out better with a visible face
A few ideas didn't make the grade - plastic chain on his nose ring, a huge tongue hanging out the side of his mouth, spikes sticking out of it's back with a fur coat of greenstuff fur. I decided to just leave him as it - simple is best! The more I add to him the sillier he may look - and I'm quite pleased with how he looks.