Pattern Recognition

by Dhamaka

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coffee with a good friend

paintist says:

Now that is very clever....lovely pic :-)

16th Feb 2007, 09:23

Dhamaka says:

:) thank you Paintist - you were quick!

16th Feb 2007, 09:24

paintist says:

just popped in and there you were :-) was this done?

16th Feb 2007, 09:25

Dhamaka says:

I'll take photos next time. Bubble the milk off centre and then drag a pointed thin thing towards the white bit where the milk is and wobble the cup (hope that makes sense)

16th Feb 2007, 09:27

OJ says:

Ooh that is pretty, looks like a leaf.

16th Feb 2007, 10:41

kyoob says:

very pretty - beats a clover in a pint of guiness any day of the week! :)

16th Feb 2007, 10:54

MaggieD says:

Ahhh, 'tis indeed very pretty ....

16th Feb 2007, 12:15

Dhamaka says:

thanks guys - I posted it because I like the bubbles!

Paintist - this says it better

16th Feb 2007, 12:23

JokerXL says:

Hold on D, there's a nasty feather fallen into your coffee, I'll get it for you,
*scoops with trucker's mit*

16th Feb 2007, 13:09

that's quite impressive... i still don't get it, but it's impressive!

16th Feb 2007, 13:11

Sprocket says:

I do hope there were muffins served with that coffee

16th Feb 2007, 14:21

paintist says: the ones with the elephant and the cuddly really is very clever...thanks for the link :-)

16th Feb 2007, 14:35

Tori says:

So pretty. My coffee did not look like that this morning. Will you come make my morning cup tomorrow?

16th Feb 2007, 17:27

Dhamaka NLI with mouth watering says:

for your cooking, that could be arranged...

16th Feb 2007, 17:37

FilbertFox says:

just had a go at recreating that. But it don't work with a cup of black early grey

16th Feb 2007, 18:29

oooh tres pretty.

16th Feb 2007, 19:44

Dhamaka says:

thank you FBW

FF - I think that you need quite heavy forthy milk to do it

16th Feb 2007, 19:57

EVILMINK269 says:

Awesome if I drank coffee I'd think it was tasty too~

16th Feb 2007, 22:32

Dhamaka says:

Minkie - when you come to Blightie we already have classic cream tea and scones scheduled, so the lack of coffee art won't be too traumatic

17th Feb 2007, 07:47

EVILMINK269 says:

It's a deal! I look foward too it~ Hopefully sooner than later ;)

21st Feb 2007, 19:59