Effervescent Barbarella bubbles

  

As a child I spent hours drawing organic shapes then filling them with circles. The above is an example of the technique I drew over a few days in Paper 53 for iPad. I started with the basic shape, the rest evolved as I progressed.
The following ideas popped into my head as I quietly looped:

  • Mathmos lava lamps
  • PseudoIsochromatic Plates
  • Scaled Rarasaurus
  • Globular liquid
  • Emulsified oil
  • Magmatic water
  • Effervescent Barbarella bubbles
  • Blogosphere
  • Foaming
  • Stony riverbed
  • Chained
  • Chain stitch

3 thoughts on “Effervescent Barbarella bubbles

  1. That’s nice and interesting. It immediately makes me think of Aboriginal art, but in this case it’s circles as negative space or rather just the outline of the circles forming the art. You should consider using it as a technique to go back to time and again as your style (or one of).

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