Mike Holmes is a cartoonist with a cat named Ella. Every so often, for an hour he draw a portrait of himself and his cat, through the eyes of another cartoonist such as Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, maker of Tintin,  Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes), in Powerpuff mode (a la Craig McCracken), or in Bloom County.

Mike Holmes calls these studies “Mikenesses.” They are all his drawings, imagining himself and Ella through the eyes of these other artists. If you want to see how one cartoonist can make himself look so different with his cat, view the rest of his cartoon gallery here.