OK were ready to have fun with the paint mixed and the bubbles ready.
I found the best method to apply the bubbles is with your finger. just spread them out randomly and make sure the pile is high enough as they do start to disappear.
next I started with the light tan, DO NOT PUSH THE PAINT DOWN INTO THE BUBBLES lol just touch the top of the bubbles with the paint only, don't worry the paint will flow down the bubbles onto the surface.
If you see a puddle starting to form on the surface, then your bubbles or paint or both are too watery, don't worry you can just wipe it off and start over again. (this is why we give it a clear coat first to protect the under paint)
Next I touch the bubbles with burnt umber (it really doesn't matter what order this goes in or if you just want one solid color)
Next the aliz crimson (don't ask why I added this color, I just woke up and don't know why lol)
As you can see the colors are already started to bleed together
You can also do a light solid bubbles, wait till it dries then do a dark solid bubbles over top of the light or add as many layers as you so desire, just make sure the previous layer is dried first.
Also DO NOT USE A HAIR DRYER lol
all your bubbles will go away and you'll be left with a blob, be patient and let them dry on there own time.
if you don't like the way it turned out, don't worry just wet it get some paper towel and wipe, it comes off fairly easy even after it's dried because of the soap in the paint. If you only like to keep some parts of it and get rid of some, just wet the parts you don't want and scrub with a brush lightly and pat it dry.
After your satisfied with your soap bubble creation, and it is fully dried, give the whole thing another coat of clear to protect that layer from and wetness going on top of it.
and voilà the soap bubbles are done.
I have to let mine sit till I get home tonight lol.
I'll take a pic of my finished product later tonight and upload it.
Have fun with your bubbles