This is one of several designs I had for a superhero I came up with named Cyberman. I'll save all the details for another day, but the basic story is that he's me, a few years in the future, and in a lab accident, I mentally bond with these little symbiotic robotic cells called technomorphs. Cyberman can control the technomorphs and shape them into any machine, and his suit.
Why this design looks so much like Sonic the Hedgehog, I have no idea. I didn't even notice it until someone pointed it out.
This is an unpublished Turtle Marathon cartoon from the original batch I made. I didn't actually make them originally for my site, but for my middle school newspaper. When I saw that the paper was continuously refraining from publishing my cartoons, in the place of which lay a horrendously underdrawn hippo in Microsoft Paint, I decided to color and repurpose the comics. I give you: the lost Turtle Marathon.
This page was the genesis of Zach the Impossibility. It started out as just me making bored, random arcs with my pencil, and then I was like, whoa, wait a minute. The first drawing ever of Zach the Impossibility is in the top left of the picture. After that, I tried to imagine all the different possibilities for this new character, his facial expressions, what he'd look like from the side... I even made him an evil twin. The reason he's called an impossibility is because either those lines are his legs, or the outline of his head. He is literally a physical impossibility. The reason he's called Zach is because I thought the name sounded cool. I created him long before I met my friend Zachary.
...and I still haven't put him in my blog drawings! Dang! I've been meaning to do that!
Seems like a good note on which to conclude this.
And I've gotta remember to try to use Zach the Impossibility in one of my upcoming posts.