Snorky Snail, like the image on the right that is all over this site, started out as part of a signature around 1967. He became a logo soon after and ever since. My daughter has him tatooed on her neck, so he is unlikely to go away any time soon.
As you can see, there are two versions of him. The one on the left is to become an actor in a series of videos I plan to create using the open software Blender. My animation skills are coming along very slowly. Here is a short example.
The image on the right is to become part of a comic strip. There won't be any sound or animation, just speech bubbles.