BSL for "Easter"?
emead at HOTMAIL.COM
Sun Mar 4 21:09:36 UTC 2007
I think it's clear.
>From: "Sandy Fleming" <sandy at scotstext.org>
>Reply-To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>Subject: [sw-l] BSL for "Easter"?
>Date: Sun, 04 Mar 2007 20:35:41 +0000
>Sorry about my seeming protracted absence, I'm working away at my
>SignWriting in the background and still reading the list messages, just
>not contributing much at the moment!
>I'm currently writing a new page for my http://BSLText.org/ website and
>need help with a sign that I can't seem to make quite clear. It's the
>BSL sign for "Easter" (see attached).
>The appearance of the SignWriting may seem a bit unusual as I'm
>experimenting with SVG, but in case it's not obvious the yellow bars on
>the hands indicate "top view".
>The sign simply involves drawing a cross on the back of the left fist
>with the right thumb, but I'm not sure if I've made it clear that this
>is happening simply by putting the "brush" symbols next to the thumb.
>Thanks in advance for any suggestions for improvement (to the sign, I
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