kjoanne403 at HOTMAIL.COM
Wed Feb 14 02:51:47 UTC 2007
I agree Charles, that's what I like to do too. Usually if a sign is
performed beside the head, I put in the head for both placement and
expression; if the sign is performed in neutral space but I need facial
expression, I place the hands distinctly below the head.
I agree with you on the sign for endure as well; though I think I would
prefer a single open-headed arrow for this sign; attached is how I would
write it. . . Val, would it be wrong to write it this way? As I understand
it, the open-headed arrow means "both hands move as one unit"; I kind of
take that to mean that if the hands (or fingers or thumbs) aren't touching,
I should use two arrows but if there is contact, I can use the one arrow.
Am I wrong? Does the contact have to include more of the hand than just the
tips of the thumbs?
>From: "Charles Butler" <chazzer3332000 at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>Subject: Re: [sw-l] Matthew 24:13
>Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 15:22:42 -0800 (PST)
>My general rule of thumb is to place any arrow above or below to the hand
>it applies to when possible. With a head pictured for facial expressions
>it sometimes becomes difficult to tell if the head is for placement or for
> The sign for endure is a challenge, but if I were to use a single arrow,
>it would be between the two hands, not out to the side. Is there a lesson
>that talks about that Valerie?
>Valerie Sutton <signwriting at MAC.COM> wrote:
> My writing is on the right in the attached...
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