|Date:||Thursday, July 26, 2007, 14:50|
> [mailto:CONLANG@listserv.brown.edu] On Behalf Of Jorg Rhiemeier
Thanks. I really wasn't going for looks. I was trying to stick to
simple glyphs (all started with points on a simple grid) and keep each
letter so that it could be drawn without lifting up the pen. Then I
laid them out schematically. I'm still considering the addition of a
couple of affricates /dZ/ and /tS/ with the glyphs being a combination
of those parts, and maybe a diacritic or two to show rounding or lack
of rounding on vowels so that names can be transcribed more
> > I've started a personal language a while back but haven't really
> > decided on a direction to take it. It looks like I've at least
> > settled on the script.
> > http://www.nutter.net/dana/language/deini_script.pdf
> Looks nice. it is pretty, and it is featural (which I like)
> without having the letters look too similar (as in Tengwar).