12 Microscopic Bubble Textures

March 07 , 2013

These textures were made using a microscope slide that contained water, dish soap, and coffee grounds. Previous microscopic experiments with dish soap taught me that the ingredient produces very active and kinetic bubble formations. Adding coffee grounds to the slide created the brownish-orange hue you see in this set. I’ve even added a video to this post to show you a brief example of the bubbles in motion. You will see one big bully of a bubble pushing his way through a group of smaller ones.
Each texture is the standard size of 4500×300, hope you enjoy!

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 01 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 02 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 03 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 04 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 05 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 06 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 07 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 08 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 09 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 10 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 11 promo

valleys in the vinyl microscopic bubbles texture 12 promo

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  • Phoebe

    Dude. These are awesome. What microscope do you use?