General Arrowhead...Both hands move on same path...
adam at FROSTVILLAGE.COM
Sun Feb 18 20:20:36 UTC 2007
You're right! I had the left hand behind, not below like I had wanted. That
never crossed my mind. So I would have to use surface symbols. That helps.
On 2/18/07, sutton at signwriting.org <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
> Adam_Frost_ wrote:
> Just a quick question. Would this be the difference between two planes
> flying one over the other at the same speed and one plane resting on a
> flying plane?
> Val's response...
> See examples. Think of your right and left hands with black and white
> The first sign in my example, shows the left hand BEHIND the right hand. I
> know this because it is a General Arrowhead, which states that the path
> moving forward is right and left overlapping and moving forward on the exact
> same line, so the left would have to be behind the right. The hands are not
> necessarily touching.
> The second sign is the same as the first one, but showing Surface Symbols
> stating the one is in front of the other and touching.
> The third sign shows the right hand on top of the left hand, and when the
> two move forward, their two paths are NOT overlapping...they cut through
> space one higher than the other so they are not the same path, but separated
> paths...This example is very hard and rarely happens...but in that case, you
> need to tell people that one of the arrows is separate and above the other,
> which I did with the Surface Symbol...
> So you chose some hard examples, Adam!
> Val ;-)
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