FRENCH-SWISS sign for ABRICOT
Anne-Claude Pr=?ISO-8859-1?B?6Q==?=laz Girod
acpg at VTXNET.CH
Wed Jan 25 20:35:10 UTC 2006
Thanks for the 2 signs you added... I checked in the swiss french Signpuddle
and couldn't find them?!?!
the movement looks much better for me !
I still hesitate on the wrist movment... it's not only the forearm moving...
the wrist is also flexing...
I have another question on the hand position at the end... the sign for
"abricot" used here is made so that right hand is pointing 9o'clock & left
hand is pointing 3 o'clock....(at the end of the movement... do you get what
I mean ?
I'll try to find a picture of that and send it to you (need to ask my deaf
frien permission first)
> De : "Valerie Sutton" <sutton at signwriting.org>
> Répondre à : sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
> Date : Tue, 24 Jan 2006 14:50:46 -0800
> À : sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
> Objet : [sw-l] FRENCH-SWISS sign for ABRICOT
> SignWriting List
> January 24, 2006
> Anne-Claude Prélaz Girod from French-Switzerland wrote:
>> OH... I made a mistake.. the hands should face up at the end!!!
>> thanks for
>> noticing this Val!
> Anny -
> I just wrote two versions of the sign for Abricot. My signs are in
> your French-Swiss SignPuddle...Attached is a screen capture of the
> signs. The fourth one needs to be thrown out, as you already know...
> This movement is a Rotation, with the arm parallel to the floor, and
> the Rotation paints a curve parallel to the Front Wall. The symbol
> you used in the fourth one (your original one) is not a
> Rotation...they are Wrist Flexing arrows...which is a different
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