The only thing that I noticed that you seem to still be having a hard time with is rotation, so I decided to make up a "tutorial" for you on rotations as a reference guide. :-)<br><br>When I am working with rotations, I first decide if my arm is generally vertical or horizontal. The rotation has the double and single stem for vertical and horizontal just like arrows do, but the arrows with the rotations will always be the opposite. So, a vertical rotation will always have a single arrow, and the horizontal rotation will alway have the double stem arrow. The next thing that I focus on is determining what arrow to use. I do this by seeing what my fingers (or side of hand) are drawing in space, and pretend that I am putting a regular arrow there.
<br><br>So, Kelly Jo, because you are doing a transcription from a video (which you do very well), apply this and see if you get the same rotation arrows that you used in "Sleeping Beauty page 23."<br><br>Adam<br>
<br>PS If you need me to, I will make up a full tutorial on rotation arrows.<br><br><div><span class="gmail_quote">On 5/16/07, <b class="gmail_sendername"><a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a>
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