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Inchworm by Bunny Clarke

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Did you ever wonder where the term Inchworm came from and why kids like them so much? According to wikipedia, the “Inchworm” song originally performed by Danny Kaye in the 1952 film Hans Christian Andersen. It was written by Frank Loesser. In the film, a children’s chorus sings the “arithmetic” section over and over inside a small classroom, dolefully and by rote, while Andersen, listening just outside, gazes at an inchworm crawling on the flowers and sings the main section of the song.

Created in Apophysis 7X with post work in Photoshop.

deviant art: bpclarke

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I try to create images that will touch your heart or soul and make them go “twang”. Eye candy for the soul is my goal. :o)

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  • JohnDSmith
    JohnDSmithover 1 year ago

    Beautiful creation,…

  • Thank you. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • walstraasart
    walstraasartover 1 year ago

    A very nice well created abstract!

  • Thank you very much. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • James Brotherton
    James Brothertonover 1 year ago

    Wow Bunny, this is really sensational!

  • I liked it too. It was a little more work than usual, but I came out with a couple more. Very fun. Thank you James.

    – Bunny Clarke

  • billfox256
    billfox256over 1 year ago

    I guess it is all about having patience!!! A terrific creation!!! Bill

  • Thank you so much dear Bill. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • vinmac
    vinmacover 1 year ago

    I have to say, this is the first time I’ve heard of the Inchworm Bunny, but it’s a very immediately alluring title. I think I’ve probably seen this film before, although I can’t remember it very well. I think that the scene you’ve evoked here, along with the image and title creates a very lucid surreal ambience. Wonderful work Bunny.

  • It is in the the movie with Danny Kaye about Hans Christian Anderson. The song was a counting song and was used for a while in schools too.I may have to watch the movie again myself. I always enjoyed Danny Kaye. Thank you. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Peter Stratton
    Peter Strattonover 1 year ago

    Creepy Crawlies, maybe? :-)

  • Inchworms are creepy crawlies to some people. I think they are rather fun. Thank you. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • vinmac
    vinmacover 1 year ago

    I do remember Danny Kaye very well Bunny, as well as all of the old school pioneers of the talkies; I was a great one for movies at one time. It’s just that although I can clearly see him in my minds eye, and probably in Hans Christian Anderson, I can’t remember the first thing about the film, like most of the movies I haven’t seen for many years. There’s a few books I’ve read that I can’t remember the first thing about either! Either way, the image you evoked with your words was pleasant enough. (I find it tiring watching movies nowadays) I also noticed how the elements of geometry and life itself were incorporated into your image, reminiscent of the song you mentioned. Great work Bunny.

  • Thank you very much. I’m glad you enjoyed this. :o) My works seems to get your mind racing into all kinds of tangents. Fascinating. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • GolemAura
    GolemAuraover 1 year ago

    I still cry when I hear that song, in joy :)
    Inchworm from Sesame Street

  • LOL! Thank you Golly. I had forgotten how the tune went. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • vinmac
    vinmacover 1 year ago

    I got a picture in my mind of Danny Kyle singing in the garden, only that was from your words; I couldn’t have said that I was remembering the film. Best Wishes Bunny.

  • Well said. It was a long time ago since I have seen it myself. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

  • Pam Amos
    Pam Amosover 1 year ago

    beautiful design Bunny….. :)

  • Thank you Pam. :o)

    – Bunny Clarke

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