Inspired by Bendy and the Ink Machine, this is my OC, Claude the Clown!
A 1910-20’s cartoonist working for Joey Drew, named Becky Jamison, made a jester character who has an amazing ability: to be able to jump off the canvas or paper and into the real world. He was only allowed to paper-jump for as long as she let him, and it usually wasn’t for very long.
Sillyvision Studios (which also made Bendy and Boris) was shut down and all the creator’s work was put into boxes. It wasn’t until almost 100 years later, when her grandchild inherited the boxes, that the drawings saw the light of day again. But unsatisfied with the old-fashioned look, the new keeper, named Jayden, scanned the drawings into a computer and redesigned Claude. Now he can jump in and out of the computer, and has full access to a digital world fueled by the internet.
Now living with Jayden, Claude is free to come into the real world and back into the computer world or the paper world as he pleases. Jayden is a kind caregiver, giving Claude any new look he wants. He has four forms in total: Classic, Modern, Nightmare, and Human.