March 8, 2012
Thanks for showing me how you write BASKETBALL. Very easy to read.
Back in the year 2002, these web pages, showing the Lessons in SignWriting Textbook, were posted on the web. The Wrist Movement symbols are on this page:
and as you can see on that page, I wasn't always placing the Wrist line at wrist level - although it always represents the wrist… I was following the other rule about the beginning hand being the center and the arrows pulling it in the direction of the arrows, or pushing it, if you are writing the finishing position -
But little matter - it all can be read - Val ;-)
On Mar 8, 2012, at 12:29 PM, Ingvild Roald wrote:
movements from wrist
here is how I would write 'basketball' and 'yes'.
For the 'basketball', I would have to place the movemt symbols to the side of the hand symbols to keep the wrist as rotation axis. For 'yes', the axis line is already at the wrist
Courtesy of SignBank.org