Oscar, 

Reply, in the first sign, you are using a "both hands" arrow when the hands are moving separately. If you are bringing the hands back toward yourself, you need two arrows toward yourself, put them next to each hand rather than in the middle. This is a common mistake as I'd be able to read it, but the hands are not moving in a common path. This is a common mistake, a single arrow is only used when both hands are actually together. 

In the second sign, your left hand is pointed downward, but you are using a right hand arrow moving twice. Use a left hand arrow or a right hand, not a mix. You could move your right hand in this fashion, but your hand would be twisted outward rather awkwardly, unlikely that this is what you mean. 
 
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From: Oscar Koller <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, September 28, 2012 6:06 AM
Subject: help with signwriting

Hello everybody,

I added following appended 4 entries to the German Sign Puddle. The editors noted in each case that the writing is not correct. Could anybody explain to me, what should be changed?

Thanks
Oscar.

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