For each design moving forward, we will supply specifications on how full the cup needs to be, the height from which you should pour, and so on. We use the following terms to describe the specifications:
Canvas height: The point at which you should stop filling the cup and begin painting.
Tilt: The direction in which you should lean the cup; for basic designs you should tilt the cup so the liquid is drawn up to its northernmost rim, but for designs such as the double rosetta it’s necessary for you to the lean the cup to the northeast and northwest.
Painting height: At the beginning of the drawing phase, the distance you should maintain between the spout of the pitcher and the canvas.