AW: ZURICH: WRITING REPETITIVE MOTION...or Question Spelling FROG/FROSCH
stefanwoehrmann at GEBAERDENSCHRIFT.DE
Tue Aug 5 19:55:44 UTC 2003
this sign is not the sign for the "Swiss - German" Frog but it is the
running of a lion ;-))
- it is almost impossible to identify a single sign without the facial
expressions for the "Mundbilder" -
I can imagine that some day we will discuss the writing of the "Mundbilder"
as I call the movements of the lips while the person performs movements as
if speaking - for other SL of the world as well -
Since I defined a list of facial expressions to symbolize a special set of
articulation movements (Mundbilder) I am able to read even very old
documents without any difficulty. Single entries in a dictionary can be
identified btter. One proble might be that from SL to SL the set of
mouthsymbols may be different ... But everybody of us is writing for a
special audience - and the readers are usually informed SL users ...
Thanks again for your wonderful
Von: SignWriting List [mailto:SW-L at ADMIN.HUMBERC.ON.CA]Im Auftrag von
Gesendet: Samstag, 2. August 2003 19:45
An: SW-L at ADMIN.HUMBERC.ON.CA
Betreff: Re: ZURICH: WRITING REPETITIVE MOTION...or Question Spelling
August 2, 2003
WRITING REPETITIVE MOTION...PART 4...
Another example...I wrote this sign for FROG from the Swiss-German
videotape of the story NOAH...in this case, the frog was not hopping on
the palm of the left hand...it was only the right hand moving and the
hopping was not straight forward: It closes three times, the first time
forward, second time forward right-diagonal, and the third time forward
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