MSLA 5.05 – Recap and Glossary

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Recap

  • Eddies form in the cup when the milk pours at high flow rates. To use eddies to your advantage in producing smooth, symmetrical designs, it is important to position the spout of your milk pitcher squarely above the north-south axis of the canvas.

  • The monk’s head is the simplest design in the latte art lexicon and a suitable place to begin teaching latte art. The heart design requires the milk pitcher manoeuvre of cutting and use of the ‘off switch’.

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