Early 2020, somewhere in February or March. I wanted to draw a chair.. thing.
I opened GIMP, and drew a chair. Poorly. Very poorly.
To no surprise, I quickly got bored of staring at a "chair" and decided to add cat ears. Why that specifically? No reason. That's when I realized that it looks more like a cat than anything.
After a few changes, it became an actual cat looking thing; and best of all, it was my creation.
I don't remember specifically what happened here. All I know is that some day I got bored and decided "im gonna animate chair in wick to make him blink".
So now there's this thing. It blinks. Cool. I like this thing. Sometimes I use it, but sometimes I don't because it makes performance crappy and some services just don't handle GIF files really well with profile pictures (example, Mastodon).
No. I did not mean to make Chair look like my cat. Chair and my cat are two different entities disconnected from each other.
As with any creative art thing, I wanted to put a copyright on it so that it doesn't get stolen, or used in ways I don't approve of. So I decided to put a Creative Commons license on Chair and all of its derivatives. That being said, I really don't mind if you use it for your own work! I don't like being strict. In case you do want to share the image files however, you shouldn't have to worry; the copyright tags are written in the images' EXIF tags.