multiple faces simultanously
iroald at HOTMAIL.COM
Thu Jul 12 19:25:49 UTC 2007
In Norwegian SL there are signs when we do need to write more than one face.
This one, meaning 'bun-in-the-oven' or 'pregnant, but not telling yet', has
a tounge in the cheek while the index finger is coming brushing up behind
the ear (the last part means 'foxy' or 'sneaky'). I tried writing the two
faces on top of each other when I wrote horisontaly, but decided to write
them beside each other with the simultanous arc now.
>From: "Valerie Sutton" <signwriting at MAC.COM>
>Reply-To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>Subject: Re: [sw-l] multiple faces, changing eye gaze
>Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2007 08:05:06 -0700
>On Jul 12, 2007, at 6:28 AM, CWren at doe.k12.ga.us wrote:
>>Did I get the faces right? I have been running with at least two faces
>>for a lot of this, usually I run them vertically, meaning they are mostly
>>simultaneous. I was trying to differentiate the sequence... But I
>>remember in Little Miss Muffett when the spider comes down, I ran a
>>vertical row of eyegazes.... Hmmm... The difference is that part of
>>this is continuing throughout, part is not. I think that's why I felt
>>the need to do the faces this way...
>This is a fascinating question, Cherie...
>The issue of Time and which direction does Time run in? ha!
>The question of what is "simultaneous in time" for faces...is it the faces
>that are vertically stacked or the faces that are horizontally strung
>I need a little time to think about these issues and will get back to you
>all...and maybe others on the List can tell us your thoughts about this...
>Thanks for the question!
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