How to create soap bubble texture

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Is it possible to create soap bubble psychedelic texture in Illustrator?colors_of_soap_bubble__58_of_62__4x.jpeg

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With a lot of work, sure. Anything from curly lines with strokes to gradient meshes. Otherwise such semi-random things are usually done more easily in pixel-based programs based on random noises, distortion/ smear effects and custom brushes. PS could do some of it, but more likely this would be a lot easier in Corel Painter, Rebelle, Krita or other tools that have built-in fluid simulation engines for natural media and watercolors.

 

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Hi

 

Like Mylenium said, I think Photoshop is better suited for executing the above texture.

 

Here's an Illustrator that may help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TKt6xfA5NE

 

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Thank you, guys!

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You could do this drippy liquid texture in photoshop. You could use bulge to get the drippy effect, rather than swirling the warp tool in liquify.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouviTuZUB4E

 

then apply a gradient map adjustment layer to get color variability.

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