[sw-l] Spelling of ASL Wallet (retry #3)
sw at PASSITONSERVICES.ORG
Mon Jun 13 02:47:34 UTC 2005
Hmm ... Well, the arms do move as a part of the hands moving to that
diagonal closing position. I am not sure about the grasp (+) symbol
here if there is no grasping involved? Maybe I am misunderstanding how
to write that kind of movement?
On Jun 12, 2005, at 21:35, Charles Butler wrote:
> See if this is closer. I understood you to mean that
> said the hands hinged, the arms didn't move, and the
> finger tips remained in contact.
> I've saved it to the ASL SignBank dictionary as
> Charle sButler
> --- Stuart Thiessen <sw at PASSITONSERVICES.ORG> wrote:
>> Hi! I am trying to write the sign WALLET. I have the
>> start position and
>> movement, but I am unsure how to select the end
>> position. It is the
>> flat hand at a 45 degree angle, like house but on
>> the floor plane.
>> Does this look like a good spelling? It is really a
>> hinge type movement
>> simulating the opening of a 2-fold wallet.
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