Sleeping Beauty page 14
kjoanne403 at HOTMAIL.COM
Tue May 8 01:39:12 UTC 2007
>From: "Adam Frost" <adam at frostvillage.com>
>Reply-To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>To: sw-l at majordomo.valenciacc.edu
>Subject: Re: [sw-l] Sleeping Beauty page 14
>Date: Sun, 6 May 2007 13:00:18 -0700
>You really are getting better. You mentioned that the first part was
>difficult, but I think that you wrote it very well. I couldn't have done
>better. (I think that there were a few "spoonerisms" here.) And we have
>talking about the "do-do" sign which I think that is very well written.
>I said before, I was able to read it without much trouble before even
>the video. The only change that I would do with this is the sign that you
>have for still. You probably could keep that palm facing that you have, but
>I would suggest that the non-dominate rotation be flipped as I have it. I
>could be wrong in that it needs to be, but it just feels like it should.
>me know if I am wrong, Val.
Thanks for the compliment, Adam!
That may technically be the beginning position for how she signs STILL... I
should have put the hands at the ends of the arrows to show that was the end
position, but I think my rotation is right. I'll fix that soon...
>On 5/4/07, kjoanne403 at hotmail.com <kjoanne403 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>>I wasn't sure quite how to write the "do-do" sign, so this is my best
>>guess on it... I'm not sure it really shows that the index finger touches
>>the others. I think that's the main thing that gave me trouble on this
>>Well, that and the beginning sequence, the first three signs. Everyone was
>>reeling in shock after the evil fairy left; it's obvious when you watch it
>>on video, but tough to write!
>>Load message into SignText
>>Courtesy of SignBank.org <http://www.signbank.org>
>>b80de131d9eedaf7dde045a370014c0d = b80de131d9eedaf7dde045a370014c0d
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