MOUTH Cheeva and Cha
cwterp at YAHOO.COM
Tue Feb 28 11:38:04 UTC 2006
I like it... only question now becomes how do you
know that the mouth movement is not a "one time then
stop" deal? In the sign 'speech' the cheeva repeats
You could use the same v face with up arrows for 'AV'
which is another common ASL mouth movement. I'll have
to get my list of non manuals and see if there are any
other the we need to talk about... Its another one
that would repeat.
--- Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> wrote:
> SignWriting List
> February 27, 2006
> Cherie wrote:
> >> Cheeva would be harder... the mouth moves
> outward at
> >> the corners of the mouth so round mouth lips
> >> protruding, arrows at the corners moving
> >> that would be followed with the V-jaw drop. Just
> >> idea...
> Ha! Cheeva is interesting since it is not related to
> any real English
> There are so many ways to look at this, but here is
> one attempt...I
> am just playing here...all suggestions are welcome!
> I suspect that when I am writing by hand I would
> only write the
> finishing position and it would be enough to be
> understood if you
> know that is VA
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