Question: How To Draw Bubbles With Colored Pencils?

How to Color Bubbles – The Coloring Inn

Have you ever seen those pictures where other colorists have added really cool details to their pictures like bubbles? Have you ever wondered how they do it or how you can add some really cool bubbles to your own ocean, sea creatures, or underwater adult coloring pictures? It appears to be difficult, but once you know how, it’s really easy!

What Do You Need to draw and How to color bubbles?

To draw the circle outline, use a white or cream colored pencil or a burnisher pencil Colored Pencils for the highlights (pink, mauve, grey, silver, blue, aqua, turquoise, white, cream) Soft pastel chalk or eyeshadow in blue and/or green tones White gel pen (I use a uni-ball Signo broad).

Step 1 – Create the Bubble Outlines

I’m working with Crayola Colored Pencils in Sand and White, a Derwent Burnisher Pencil, and a Prismacolor Premier Colourless Blending Pencil. First, I draw some circles of various sizes, making sure the outlines are fairly thick. This creates a waxy resist on the paper, allowing the circles to stand out when I apply my soft pastel or eyeshadow background.

Step 2 – Add the background color

I used Mont Marte u00ae Soft Pastel in a sea green color to create a background that looks like water. I applied the soft pastel to a cotton pad and then rubbed the cotton pad over my bubble outlines. You can see that the bubble outlines stand out clearly against the background in all but the Prismacolor Premier Colourless Blending Pencil quarter.

Step 3 – Add Shadows to the Bubbles

In the Crayola pictures, I used a Crayola Mauve color pencil to draw a moon shape along the inside left hand side of the bubble, then a Crayola Silver color pencil directly below the mauve to fill in more of the circle, and a Crayola Cerulean color pencil to create a shadow under the bubble shapes.

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Step 4 – Add Shine to the Bubbles

The last step is to add some shine to the bubbles with a white uni-ball Signo gel pen. Inside each bubble, draw a longer curved white line and then a small white dot beside it to add the shine.

  Where to Buy Burnisher Pencils:

Amazon (US), Amazon (UK), and Amazon (AU) are all online retailers.

  Where to Buy Colorless Blender Pencils:

Amazon (US), Amazon (UK), and Amazon (AU) are all online retailers.

  Where to Buy uni ball Signo White Gel Pens:

Amazon (US), Amazon (UK), and Amazon (AU) are all online retailers.

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I’ve colored other pictures in which I’ve added bubbles.

Tutorials and Demonstrations

My guide to coloring bubbles is a compilation of various methods for drawing and coloring bubbles; in the table below, you’ll find links to YouTube videos and website tutorials that I’ve found useful in my quest to color bubbles.

How do you make realistic bubbles?

6 cups water, 1 cup dish soap, 1 tablespoon glycerin or 1/4 cup corn syrup, 1 tablespoon glycerin or 1/4 cup corn syrup, 1 tablespoon glycerin or 1/4 cup corn syrup, 1 tablespoon glycerin or 1/4 cup corn syrup, 1 tablespoon glycerin or 1/4 cup corn syrup, 1 tablespoon glycerin or 1/4 cup corn syrup, 1 tablespoon glycerin or 1/4 cup corn syrup, 1 tablespoon glycerin or 1/4 cup corn syrup,

How do I make bubble paint?

Instructions for Painting Bubbles

  1. Place a piece of paper on the grass or a table.
  2. Dip the bubble wand or a straw into the bubble paint and then blow out bubbles so they land on the paper.
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What is engineering bubble drawing?

A bubble drawing is created and used to locate all designed dimension values on an engineering drawing, such as linear dimensions, diameter dimensions, and so on, using a unique numbered bubble (balloon) for each dimension value.

What is a bubble diagram in architecture?

Bubble diagrams are systems of lines and circles used in architecture to illustrate relationships between functional areas of a program in order to develop an architectural plan. They can be found in handbooks for practicing architects and articles on design education.

How do you make homemade bubbles without glycerin?

Instructions for Making Glycerin-Free Bouncing Bubbles

  1. Put the water in a small bowl and add the dish soap.
  2. Add the sugar and gently stir until the sugar is dissolved. Now it’s time to have some fun!
  3. Put on the winter gloves and gently blow bubbles with the bubble wand.

How do you make big bubbles at home?

To make your bubble solution, combine 2 cups dish soap, 2 tablespoons baking powder, 2 tablespoons corn starch, and 4 tablespoons glycerin in a large mixing bowl, then stir in a half gallon of distilled water. Let the mixture sit overnight for best results.

How do you make bubbles with a bubble maker?

1/2 cup dawn liquid detergent 4 1/2 cups water 1/2 cup glycerine or corn syrup (helps make strong bubbles!) Mix gently- store leftovers in covered airtight container.

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