Bubble Painting Techniques

Lemon Zest

Since I love watercolor painting, I figured these bubble techniques would be a great way to experiment with texture and designs in my artwork. There are three different bubble painting methods, each of which I have tried out and have shown the results of below.



In order to experiment with these techniques, you will need:

Watercolor/acrylic/tempera paints
Water
Dish Soap
Watercolor Paper or Acrylic Paper
Sponge
Straw
Bubble Wand
Bubble Solution (optional)
Bowl/Cup/Container
Cookie sheet or something flat


Technique One: Pressing Bubbles onto Paper

The first technique involves blowing bubbles into a bowl or cup with a straw and then placing the paper on top of the mountain of bubbles, causing them to pop and leave an image on your paper.

1. Mix paint, water, and soap (or bubble solution) into a bowl or cup, blow into it with a straw until you get a TON of bubbles.

2. Then…

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