Are you looking for the indefinite cycle of the reproduction of a project of reproduction? Originally featuring scratch cat, and now having evolved into a story of the reincarnating lives of Zora and Matt Smith?
Then you're in the right place, because it is relatively unlikely that you'll find another gallery like this one.
Interview with zozzie2:
Q. First off, what in the world is this?
A. It's a collab (I guess).
Q. Alrighty, then. Who started this?
A. I believe PreoKid did. He made the original project we started remixing, but he was inspired by one of my projects.
Q. Is this collab famous?
A. Heck no. But it IS infamous.
Q. Can you think of any more questions to ask yourself?
A. Actually, no.
Interview with PreoKid:
Q. What do you believe started this cycle?
A. "Well, it's been so long... I'd say it was my lack of creativity. I saw a project with potential, and I said, 'I'm too lazy to make my own. I think I'll just make something like this one.' "
Q. The project originally featured the commonly known Scratch Cat character. Why switch to such an obscure and bizarre duo?
A. "I have to give zozzie credit for that one. They're characters she often uses. In fact, she invented Zora. Aside from that, I just can't draw anywhere near that well. It was inevitable that zozzie2 would end up as the artist."
Q. Did you ever consider any other characters?
A. "I once had this idea of letting it evolve into an entire eco-system, with several species surviving based on the laws of nature. The project didn't seem to take that particular turn, however. Not that it bothers me. As it is now, I'd saw we're working toward a Doctor Who theme. Of course, polar bears would have been cool too..."
Q. Would you consider this a collab?
A. "I guess it's a collab."
Q. Do you foresee any other users joining the remix cycle?
A. "I can't say I ever considered it. But if anyone were to jump in at this point, they would probably be either gooberz or dangerousshark. It could get complicated, though. If there were more than two people, we might end up with two remixes of the same project, resulting in several branches. I wonder if one of them might have polar bears..."