How to Doodle an Experiment
If someone asked you to doodle an EXPERIMENT, what would you draw? How about a chemistry flask that scientists use? To begin your flask doodle, begin by drawing a very flat arc shape near the top of your page.
Let’s continue doodling the head of your flask by adding two vertical lines extending downward. Notice in the example the length of these lines and the spacing between them.
Let’s now add what looks like a triangle or pyramid shape which will become the base of our flask. Notice the angle of the lines and how they are rounded on the corners.
For this to look like an experiment, we must add some liquid and doodle some bubbles. Use a wavy line to show the level of the liquid. Then use oval shapes for the bubbles bubbling up from the surface of the liquid. Notice how some bubbles are larger and some are smaller.
Add the finishing touches to your experiment doodle by adding some measuring lines on the side of the flask, and also by giving it some color. Notice how the top part of the flask has a blueish color. This color is great to use to represent glass surfaces.