Learn how to draw a great looking Bubble Bath with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Bubble Bath.
"Splish Splash, I was takin' a bath
Long about a Saturday night.
A rub-a-dub, just relaxin' in the tub
Thinkin' everything was alright.
Well, I stepped out the tub, put my feet on the floor,
I wrapped the towel around me and I
Opened the door, and then I
Splish, splash... I jumped back in the bath.
Well, how was I to know there was a party going on?"
- "Splish Splash," song by Bobby Darin
According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, "the bath as an institution has a long history." From the Bible to ancient Egyptian architecture, you can find evidence of baths and dedicated bathrooms.
In ancient Rome, the baths were more akin to spas, containing not only areas for washing but also for steam treatments and massage. From ancient to medieval times, most baths were public institutes rather than private rooms.
In the past, many baths were large pools feed by natural springs. Many were thought to have healing properties, and people suffering from arthritis or other ailments would travel from afar to soak in them.
Plumbing for private bathing has been uncovered in ancient European palaces.
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The bathtub pictured in this drawing guide is of a specific type known as a clawfoot tub. These bathtubs became popular during the 1800s. They are made of cast iron covered in porcelain, and stand above the floor on short legs or pedestals.
Would you like to draw a cartoon of a clawfoot bathtub? This easy, step-by-step cartoon drawing tutorial can show you how. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Bubble Bath
How to Draw a Great Looking Bubble Bath for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by outlining the rim of the bathtub. Use a long curved line to enclose an irregular bean shape. Draw a curved line parallel to the near edge to give the tub a three-dimensional appearance and indicate depth.
Easy Bubble Bath Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw the basin of the tub using a long, curved line. Use curved lines to enclose the irregular bean shapes of the tub's legs or feet, erasing as necessary.
Easy Bubble Bath Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw the remaining leg, erasing as necessary. Then, draw the bubbles inside the tub. Use overlapping curved lines and erase as needed.
Easy Bubble Bath Drawing - Step 4
4. Continue drawing the bubbles, erasing existing lines as needed. Use a curved line to continue the inner rim of the tub.
Easy Bubble Bath Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw the faucet. Use curved lines to draw the "L" shaped pipe. Draw a square at the end, then use curved lines to enclose a cylinder beneath it.
Easy Bubble Bath Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw water flowing from the faucet, erasing existing lines as necessary. Use overlapping curved lines to draw the water. Texture the flow with "U" shaped lines.
Easy Bubble Bath Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw more bubbles using curved lines. Enclose a six-sided shape to form the handle of the faucet. Draw an "L" shaped line across it to turn it into a rectangular cube.
Add More Details to Your Bubble Bath Picture - Step 8
8. Draw more bubbles in the tube using curved lines. Use ovals to draw bubbles floating in the air.
Complete the Outline of Your Bubble Bath Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw more oval shaped bubbles. Use overlapping curved lines to draw a puddle and bubbles that have spilled on the floor.
Color Your Bubble Bath Drawing
Color your cartoon bathtub. Most are white or cream in color, but other shades are available. Don't forget your rubber ducky!
For more great Man-Made cartoons drawing tutorials, see the 51 Easy Man-Made cartoons Art Projects for Kids post.
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