September 12, 2011
Adam is right. We can definitely read your writing of CLOWN with the right hand on the left side of the nose - that is not a problem... and I like your angle of the hand symbol towards the nose - you are always so good with the visual, Stefan -
On Sep 12, 2011, at 1:03 PM, Adam Frost wrote:
Interesting. Now, I wouldn't say that is wrong. I read it just fine. I notice that you have rotated the hand to soften the appearance of it being on the left side of the face. It might take me a little while since my initial reaction would be that it is the left hand because the fingers are bending toward the right, but I can still understand it as being the right hand. I might put the contact stars one the other side of the face to reinforce that it is the right hand rather than the left. To me it is just a different style of writing, but if it can still be read correctly then it is still ok.
On Sep 12, 2011, at 3:44 PM, Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:
attached my way to write „clown“ - left option with contact, right option without contact The more I think about it the more I like the idea about a table that shows all the symbols that may cause irritation...
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