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  1. #1
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    Latte art help

    Hey guys! I'm new to this forum and new to latte art and I came across it and it's absolutely amazing how great these artists are. I've started doing latte art of YouTube videos also bought a fancy machine and started practicing. Now, I've tried numerous times but still cannot succeed doing a simple art which drives me crazy.
    I've recorded a video of me and would love to hear any suggestions or criticism anything you could throw at me so I could finally get to do at least half of what you guys are capable doing.
    Thanks for the help . I want to upload a video but I do not know how to post it .

  2. #2
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    Oct 2013
    Milwaukee, WI
    The pouring isn't the hard part, if the microfoam is created correctly. My guess is your milk isn't right.

  3. #3
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    Nov 2015
    It's all about control, flow, and the position and height of your milk.

  4. #4
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    Aug 2016
    Agree with the above. The first thing you need to learn is how to make great micro foam and a good espresso. Once you know this it's all about practise, practise, practise I'm afraid to say! However once you master the "heart" and "rosetta" patterns you'll be able to pour all of the other more advanced designs like a swan, phoenix etc as they're nothing but hearts and rosettas.

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    I think the more practice the better. You gain more control and trust me, it is almost everything. After you manage to control your flow, position, you automatically will be more confident. Everything after that is just about ur imagination and technique. higher technique skill for me is very easy to learn after I master my "control"

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    I think the more practice the better.

  7. #7
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    Dec 2016
    Creating latte art is all about trial and error. Take the time to practice pouring milk at a constant flow, since this will affect how your art turns out. There are lots of tips and tricks out there on how to create latte art, and it might worthwhile to check those out.



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