...and he may or may not take a mile. If, indeed, he did decide to take that mile, it could take some time. I wonder exactly how long it would take an inch worm travel 5,280 feet?
Nothing like paintin' a critter to get the spirits up. Back to work.
Oh Suzanne, I LOVE it!! You are the critter master : ))ReplyDelete
This guy looks sooooo real!ReplyDelete
Magnifico! A mile might be a bit much for this little fella, but he does look determined to at least make it to the end of the canvas!ReplyDelete
DAMN but he's cute!! Well done, Suzanne!ReplyDelete
You always make your critters look SO delicious. Suddenly I have a craving for some gummy worms... Great job, as always!ReplyDelete
It's such a joy to visit my favourite artists blog, such a witty worm or should I say catapilar, love him, will he turn into a cabbage butterfly or something more beautiful?ReplyDelete
My timbers be shivering! I hate bugs...worms...Still, if anyone can make one cute it is you, Suz!ReplyDelete
Glorious color and composition. He wouldn't worry about that mile, just do it an inch at a time.ReplyDelete
He's so bright and cheerful!ReplyDelete
This just glows!ReplyDelete
There is something really uplifting about this one! I'm not sure if it's the colour, the subject (cute, not scary) or both!ReplyDelete
I just want to put a little shoe on each of those feet!
Beautiful and I love that green!ReplyDelete
I usually find bugs... well, very buggy! Your bugs are beautiful. They make me want to get to know them! And this green you've made is wonderful.ReplyDelete
What a sweet little inchworm!! I chose this as my favorite daily painting on my blog, rosaspicks.wordpress.com. I hope you'll come by and check it out! Thanks, RosaReplyDelete
5280 feet.... is he inching his way to Denver? Or just inching a mile high?ReplyDelete
Clearly he's an inchworm AND a glow worm. what a brilliant shade of green!
PS, Great title!ReplyDelete
You nailed it... Once again!!! Awesome!ReplyDelete
Tiny shoes would be really funny. Good idea Sandra!ReplyDelete
Hello Again Suzanne!... "inch for inch" your critter portraits measure up higher than all of the rest of of the genre types I visits... by a mile!ReplyDelete
Strange isn't it?....That only human beings worry about lofty goals... standards... and awards.
This inch worm doesn't know that there are 5280 feet in a mile... 1760 yards in a mile... and never was forced in school to memorize them. Furthermore... he has never been expected to reguritate any of those facts back during the course of his short(er) existence.
He... or She just lives happily... one munch at a time... never really knowing or caring how far he or she travels... nor... never thinking about or worrying about the robin... around the corner waiting for lunch!
I love this piece... and again the tongue n' cheek thought and humour that is built into every piece Suzanne! Bien fait!
Good Painting... n' ... munching!
You really are the critter master!! I am really amazed that you have made me look forward to each one of your bug paintings. And I am TERRIFIED of bugs! That must mean you are truly a master, to turn something ordinary into a work of beauty. Bravo!!! :)ReplyDelete
you've caught him ..great ... they move really quickly !ReplyDelete
thank you so much everyone for your comments on the critter and for stopping by. and really, what fun would it be without your kind words and comments! thank you!!!ReplyDelete