<DIV>Hi Kathleen and Valerie. </DIV>
<DIV>Though I learned the old one (2), I like the new one (1)better as it shows the dynamic nature of the sign with a rub, the other one just drops through and doesn't give the "feel" of motion.</DIV>
<DIV><BR><BR><B><I>Valerie Sutton <email@example.com></I></B> wrote:</DIV>
<BLOCKQUOTE class=replbq style="PADDING-LEFT: 5px; MARGIN-LEFT: 5px; BORDER-LEFT: #1010ff 2px solid">SignWriting List<BR>October 27, 2005<BR><BR>> Kasterlinden Bilinguaal wrote:<BR>> Hello Val, try to beat you to it ;) How about this? The arrow is <BR>> shorter...is there a way to show the hand does not leave the left <BR>> one but stays still inside the left hand?....greetings Kathleen<BR><BR>-----------------------<BR><BR>Hello Kathleen -<BR><BR>Ha! it was fun that you beat me to it! ;-)<BR><BR>Your writing is the first one in the Flemish SignPuddle, and it is <BR>fine....I also added my second version there too...see attached...<BR><BR>The second version is a different style of writing, based on the way <BR>we have written the sign for Spring in ASL over many years. The 5- <BR>Hand is a little easier symbol for people to read, and we show the <BR>Position of Contact at the end of the sign, with a Grasping-Inbetween <BR>symbol that shows that the two hands are !
holding at the end...<BR><BR>Sometimes a movement can be written several ways..(.just like <BR>English: the words BE and BEE sound the same, but written differently)<BR><BR>￼<BR><BR></BLOCKQUOTE>