I wanted to continue exploring a new art medium using bubbles and food colouring which I started last week (link below). This time I used much more, like ridiculously more food colouring for the project so it would not be so washed out and transparent. I hope you like it as much as I do, because it turned out fantastic.
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So this week I’ve experimented with painting . . . using bubbles, yes, bubbles. It works best with food colouring, you can also use liquid watercolours. I stress liquid, because the paint won’t dissolve and it’s not enough colour saturation as it is with the food colouring. You may want to mix your own blend of bubble mix as it may not be ‘soapy’ enough depending on the brand you purchase. I’ll looking forward to exploring this medium more next week.
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I’m continuing the focus on Make-Up/Beauty trends that transition from Spring/Summer to Fall/Winter. This look is for a subtle eye if you want to do the purple, brown, burgundy, red lip forecasted for this upcoming fall or any dramatically coloured lip. It’s a double eyeliner, starting black and a subtle colour on top.
* The more subtle the colour you choose for the second eye-liner, the more your lips pop out as they will be the center of focus
* You can match/contrast the colour of your eyeliner to your lip colour to create cohesion/levels (respectably)
This is the finished product from my second painting with melted crayons, this time I experimented with the sculptural element allowed with this medium that wouldn’t be possible with just paint. I will show you the difference between the 2D and 3D paintings so that you can see the difference. I also give you some tips and tricks to help make your project go more efficiently. Please share your works of art via video replies, comments or links to your work, I would love to check them out.