two questions about SW, and one about ASL & call to writers
Kimberley A. Shaw
kshaw at WELLESLEY.EDU
Fri Jul 1 12:42:59 UTC 2005
Ummm ... I hadn't learned those diacritics yet, where in the "Lessons in
SignWriting" manual are they located?
Kim from Boston
sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu on Friday, July 01, 2005 at 1:36 AM -0500
>Here's my instinct, using diacriticals to show below, in back of, and
>above along the arrow's direction.
> Sunrise (by Charles of Takoma Park)
>Does this work, or am I getting the diacriticals wrong.
>Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
>June 30, 2005
>> Kimberley A. Shaw wrote:
>> So, question #1: what is the best way to show one hand going
>> *behind* the
>> other one? For example, the signs for "sunrise"/"sunset" in the ASL
>> SignPuddle: the right hand is the sun, approaching and then going
>> the horizon of the left hand ... put one arrow? two arrows, one
>> above/below the horizon hand?
>Hello Kim...Ok...I see your question now. Attached is your writing in
>SignPuddle...great to see all your additions to the dictionary!
>I assume that you want the C hand behind the left Flat Hand?....Of
>course I would love to hear how James and others write this...My
>answer will come next message...
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