Making basic sign language easier

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I have been learning sign language now for a little while, but the basics still sometimes have me muddled. especially using static images for a hand gesture how do you get a movement from an image, well I took my BSL dictionary and scanned the page with the tiny boxes, this is the only part in the who book to contain the alphabet.

So in the images, I share you will see the pictures provided and then me digitally correcting the images so the have a bit more detail.

let me know if you think this would help you or someone you know learn sign language.

The coloured alphabet is the main image and I plan to make others like this using the same colour coding to easily identify between what the left and right hands are doing where and when.

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