How to Draw Bubbles

Artist: Dawn / June 18, 2010

Step 1.

Here is a quick sketch I did that shows you the many shapes of a blown or floating bubble. Check it out, and read what I have to say. Once you are done, you can get busy and start the lesson.

Step 2.

Before you start, I just go over some good pointers that will enable you to understand the form of a bubble a little bit better.

Step 3.

You will start this lesson by drawing a few different shaped circles like you see here. You can choose to draw larger, or smaller shapes if you like to make the drawing look more original if you like.

Step 4.

Well, that's it, this is your final step. All you have to do to finish the bubbles is add some shine or glare effects on the edges and tips of the bubble shapes. There is no guidelines to erase, because the shapes where the bubbles themselves.

Step 5.

Now you are all done with this fun tutorial on how to draw bubbles. I hope you bubble came out just as good as mine, of not better. Join me again for another fun filled lesson.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 18, 2010
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Description: Hi guys, I'm back with a fun, and simple tutorial that will help make your hot summer days a little bit cooler. Today I will be showing you "how to draw bubbles", step by step. I know what you must be saying to yourself, "bubbles, are you serious?". And the answer to that question is yes, I'm very serious. I mean, why not right? There is so many different types of bubbles one can draw, and granted almost a baby can draw a simple circle and call it a bubble. I just thought that it would be a fun summer lesson because that is one of the things that people associate summer with. Not only is bubbles fun to blow through a neat looking contraption that is a complete hole, but they are also great to use when you want to cheer someone up. Learning "how to draw a bubble" is going to be fun, and easy. I've included a few helpful tips, so when you do "draw bubbles", you will get a better idea on how to sketch them out. I will be back later with more drawing fun. In the mean time have fun with this lesson, and remember to splash some water on yourself once in a while if it's a hot day for you too today. Peace peeps!