circle size

CWren at DOE.K12.GA.US CWren at DOE.K12.GA.US
Wed Jan 18 17:24:31 UTC 2006

The movement starts at the right hand side of the chest--call that 6:00--, 
arcs out counter clockwise so the arm is fully extended at about 2:00, 
then continues the circle around, ending at around 9:00.  So it is really 
about 3/4 of a circle, not a full one.

Cherie Wren
GSD Staff Interpreter
232 Perry Farm Rd
Cave Spring, GA 30124
706-766-0766 Cell

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Re: [sw-l] circle size

SignWriting List
January 18, 2006

Cherie from Georgia, USA wrote:
I am trying to write this sign ('all-over') except in this context the 
half-circle is very large... at the farthest point, the arm will be fully 
extended.  Is there a way to differentiate that? 

Yes. When writing by hand it is easy! In the software, we are lacking some 
of the different sizes, but in time I hope to add them all...For right 
now, may I ask, is this the movement you want?

This means starting over to the right and making a curve that is parallel 
to the floor...the darker section of the arrow shows the part that is 
closer to your chest...the thinner line is far away from your 
it shows depth...

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