Because the hands are at different levels when they start, I suppose not. However, I just always write it to be safe whenever the hands are moving non-simultaneously. They are not moving parallel, they are not moving at the same time, so that's the way I write it. If they were moving in parallel, I'd write a simultaneous line.
June 20, 2012
Hello Honza, Charles and Adam -
I like your writings too… Question: Do you feel this symbol is necessary? It states that one hand does a movement, and then the other, and then the other, and then the other… not sure if it is necessary...
On Jun 20, 2012, at 8:25 AM, Charles Butler wrote:
I like this.
Ok. Then this is how I would write this sign.
On Jun 20, 2012, at 2:37 AM, Honza wrote:
Hello Adam and Charles,
the movement is not scrict. So can be circle (with movements forward and back).
Do you think is it possible to write it down using this ~ ?
On 19 June 2012 19:05, Charles Butler <[log in to unmask]>
It feels like two dots and then the hands go in circles slightly outward. It's like I'm counting something and then make a circle ... and so forth.
Let me see if I am reading the movement right. The "F handshape" is at half black-half white fill alternating with right and left moving forward in a horizontal line outward (right for the right hand and left for the left hand) repeated three times. The third time the hands move out is what confuses me because it isn't along the line with the right hand up higher and the left hand down lower while both are inward rather than outward. Would the sign be understood if it were to continue following the outward path?
On Jun 19, 2012, at 5:41 AM, Honza wrote:
> Hello everyone and especially Val,
> can you help me how to write this czech sign?
> Movement is a little bit complicate. I tried it somehow, and I can show you, but later.
> Thank you for help.