The very first bubbles. The bulk of the contents of the house had been removed. After a trip to the garage and subsequent trip to the home improvement store, I had put up my first few bubbles in the living room.
Living Room Dining Room
Wanting a greater selection of colors, I quickly became overwhelmed by the vast amount of colors available from the makers of higher quality spray paint commonly used for finer art. So I got them all.
Entryway / Front Hall
In the beginning I had no intention of covering the entire house. As this area was close to where I had started painting, I used it as a space to practice and become familiar with the incredible control which can be achieved when using low-pressure spray paint with the assorted caps available. Being the first thing you (actually just myself) see when walking into the house there was no question, it had to be covered in bubbles. Though I did let the eyes stay.
And Up We Go...
In the winter much of the house is visible to the neighbors. When the trees fill in during the spring the outside view becomes completely obstructed. To avoid pissing off the houses that surround the property I strategically followed the cover and painted as those areas became out-of-sight.