Want to know what the biggest challenge was while filming this video? not popping all the bubble wrap! seriously, I mean who doesn’t love bubble wrap!
If you’re looking at adding visual interest to your art, this is the way to do it. You’ll never get the same imprint twice:
- apply paint on the bubble wrap, press on your surface
- apply paint on your palette paper, press bubble wrap on that, then press on paper – you’ll get good physical texture with this one
- use a brayer and apply paint on the bubble wrap for a smoother finish
- use bubble wrap and press on a wet painting to remove some paint
- use the whole piece, parts of it, or cut into pieces and glue onto little wood blocks for instant stamps.
I hope you enjoy having fun creating this project.
Book of Backgrounds Surface:
- 6×9 Watercolour Paper – 140lb
Palette: DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics
- Transparent Yellow Iron Oxide – DMFA42
- Transparent Red Iron Oxide – DMFA41
- Quinacridone Gold – DMFA32
- Quinacridone Burnt Orange – DMFA31
- Diarylide Yellow – DMFA11*
- Titanium White – DMFA39
Mediums and Specialty Products:
- DecoArt Media Matte Medium – DMM20
- DecoArt Media White Gesso – DMM18
- DecoArt Andy Skinner Mixed Media Stencils – Burning Rubber – Andy01
- Royal Soft-Grip, #8 Bristle Bright – SG1425
- Royal Aqualon, #6 Round – 2250
- Clear Choice Stencil Brushes – 3/8″ – 1113
*if you want more vibrancy, use Diarylide Yellow instead of Transparent Yellow Iron Oxide.
- Royal Brush Square Brush Basin – RD325
- Royal Essentials Palette Paper – RD358
- Royal Palette/Painting Knife – LG2
- No-Stick Mat (I’m currently using the Unstick Reusable Arts & Craft Sheet)
- Mister Bottle Filled with Water
- Paper Towels
- Baby or Kitchen Wipes
- Heat Gun
What do you think?
Have you ever used bubble wrap in your art? comment below and let me know how you use it.