Back when Toon Smoosh was the actual name of my freelance business, I created the first logo for it with Inkscape, on a heavily modified Acer tower I bought from Staples for $300. It was a pretty good logo, at the time. I can't tell you why there was a black strawberry in it. And the only justification for why it was apparently rendered in shiny black goo was... I thought that was cool!
Now Toon Smoosh is the "brand" that I give my personal projects, because I like to imagine that the things I'm making are larger than just me, even if I'm the only person working on them right now.
The old logo was starting to embarrass me, so I lopped off the gradients, axed the strawberry, and tightened up the shapes to my current standards.
The idea behind the current logo is that it is flexible and bouncy, like a cartoon, and aesthetically based on the look of india ink on a smooth surface -- a very traditional method of creation for cartoonists.
I hope you like my new logo.