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    Nothing as clean as the few above...
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    Not sure why you said that, looks great I reckon.
    Certainly looks like a tulip, great contrast, good texture. Has a stem.
    All that,s required is control, which comes with more practise, and symmetry. :thumbup:

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    Looking great mate! Just keep on practising and in no time, you'll master it!

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    Hi I'm new to CS .. Here is one of my fave pour
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    Nice one mate! You in the industry?

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    Thank you.

    I used to work in a coffee shop many years ago only knowing rosettas. Now i just make coffee at home and practice at the same time.

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    nice work everyone... i will try and upload some in the next few days.

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    20140211_064022.jpgHere's one from first thing this morning. I can be a bit of an ogre until I've had a coffee. They say ogres are like onions... You know, layers. Maybe thats why my Rosetta looks like an onion

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    Here's a recent one!

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    Couple of good ones from work this afternoon!

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    Impressive... most impressive.

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    Nice work!

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    Tulip
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/707rvf0hcqg3qyq/2013-07-18%2018.36.01.jpg


    Indian Chieftain
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    Rosetta/Tulip
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    Sorry about the links, having trouble uploading images and have tried both Chrome and IE...

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    Nice work Eric! Can't wait to see more

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    A couple of oldies at home.

    P.S. Probably gonna get in trouble for image size Haha.

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    Was crazy busy today but managed to get some snaps of some caps

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwcalder05 View Post
    Was crazy busy today but managed to get some snaps of some caps

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    Wow, that's awesome!

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    Dude that top one is epic

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    Wow - I don't even know how you can make coffee so beautiful.

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    Here is mine just now...
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    Most recent tulips from one year of practice almost everyday......

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    Thought I'd post up more pics of latte art, and revive this ol sticky thread! Dunno about 'Great' haha but see how we go!

    This one from the other day, managed to squeeze a neat tulip into a piccolo latte (piccolos I struggle with a bit, so stoked with this one)

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    Another piccolo-ish sized one

    Triple I did a few years back


    Haha ah found this one, from 2012, my old Gloria Jeans days!!!




    Swan that's drooling a bit... (enjoying the coffee maybe...)
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    One of my best hearts

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    Ah that's so layered... awesome, you've inspired me to work on my hearts hehe
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    Poured this morning, stoked with this one, found I was 'wiggling' too early as soon as I brought the tip of the spout closer and it never got a great result. Now I'm experimenting with bringing the tip closer but holding there for a bit to get more of a base for the rosetta, then start wiggling slowly. Still getting a washed up part on the right hand side (it's always the right hand side I've noticed haha), so will nut that out.

    And still wondering how to get that "ribbon" effect, where there are gaps within the leaves, really wanna get that!
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    I've found rosettas quite difficult so just gave up on them really. I can usually pour a pretty sharp heart and am starting to get some decent tulips, but thought I should try rosettas again recently. This is the best so far. (I've got a long way to go).

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    Oh that's beautiful... see you've got the ribbon effect going! Don't know how to get that.. It must be in the oscillation speed of the wiggle maybe... and milk texturing for sure.. but that's a really nice design. They are tricky, am just altering things slightly each time, like trying to be relaxed, changing when I drop into the milk etc

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    These are good. Watch the verve latte art tutorial. Simple and effective, I found it very helpful.

    Cheers

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    Thanks artman will do

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    Great Latte Art Pics

    Quote Originally Posted by simonsk8r View Post
    Oh that's beautiful... see you've got the ribbon effect going! Don't know how to get that.. It must be in the oscillation speed of the wiggle maybe... and milk texturing for sure.. but that's a really nice design. They are tricky, am just altering things slightly each time, like trying to be relaxed, changing when I drop into the milk etc
    I'm no expert but I'd say your milk was probably just a little too thick for a rosetta. When I've got thicker milk, either intentionally or accidentally, I pour a more simple design like a heart or tulip. Eg. I wanted a nice thick cappuccino this morning so poured the tulip below. (Made with my The Little Guy stovetop espresso machine).



    And yeah there's heaps of good tutorials on YouTube, but unfortunately they can only give you some direction and no feedback. The three or four latte art tutorial videos I like are: Chris Baca's (the ones that artman mentioned from a few years ago when he was at Verve), Coffeefusion, the Howcast series and the Chefsteps one with Charles Babinsky. They're all slightly different, but good in their own way and you'll get something from all of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeroyC View Post
    I'm no expert but I'd say your milk was probably just a little too thick for a rosetta. When I've got thicker milk, either intentionally or accidentally, I pour a more simple design like a heart or tulip. Eg. I wanted a nice thick cappuccino this morning so poured the tulip below. (Made with my The Little Guy stovetop espresso machine).



    And yeah there's heaps of good tutorials on YouTube, but unfortunately they can only give you some direction and no feedback. The three or four latte art tutorial videos I like are: Chris Baca's (the ones that artman mentioned from a few years ago when he was at Verve), Coffeefusion, the Howcast series and the Chefsteps one with Charles Babinsky. They're all slightly different, but good in their own way and you'll get something from all of them.
    YES I reckon that's it, funnily enough I realised that awhile ago that it was too thick, got good results after, then for some reason forgot and I started added too much air again haha. I usually pop the jug in the freezer for 5 mins or so before pouring in milk and steaming (just to give me more time to steam, the Profitec has crazy power especially when using such a small amount of milk haha), so never 100% sure when to stop adding air (usually it was when the jug just started to get discernably warm).

    Will watch all those, thanks mate, and beautiful tulip, so central the design! And love how the very bottom of it curls all the way round to the top!
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    This morning's attempt
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    Decaf magic


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    Tulip
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    Some nice tulips there, I still haven't nailed that design.

    Cheers

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    IMG_0775.jpgMy attempt as a Zebra...more practice required. I was told it looks like Alf!
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    Ahh that's so cool! Nicely done, I don't usually do much etching and much prefer free pour, but every now and then I'll do some.
    A native American and a potential elephant I did years ago? XD
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    This morning's attempt
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    My last bit of etching was at my daughter's request a couple of weeks ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfinger View Post
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    This morning's attempt
    Ahhh that's beautiful!
    Quote Originally Posted by LeroyC View Post
    My last bit of etching was at my daughter's request a couple of weeks ago.

    Haha love it, very nice she would have been stoked with that

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    Sooo.... How do I post bigger pics like you guys?

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