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Re: Heiroglyphic conlangs

From:Chris Rettstatt <rettstatt@...>
Date:Saturday, December 1, 2007, 15:38
I'm working on a hieroglyphic conlang for my fantasy book series. I've
created about 100 symbols, as well as a basic grammar, and I've
written a few journal entries in the symbols for the back of the first
book. The language is written only, with no phonetic components.

I'm figuring it out as I go along (learning a lot from this list). It
will probably be a bit messy as a result, but natlangs tend to be
messy, so I don't mind that too much.

On Dec 1, 2007 7:23 AM, John Campbell <campbell.2006@...> wrote:
> I'm currently making a heiroglyphic conlang. Has anybody else made a > heiroglyphic conlang? > I've attached a pict of a couple of heiroglyphs I have so far. They > mean,(in order) sun moon star night morning time space eye see. > I've tried to use a root word concept,(similar to chinese) but it's > gotten all mixed up. By the way, I'm new. So, anybody made a > heiroglyphic conlang? > -John > ------------------------- > glak vith nan > None shall pass >
-- Chris Rettstatt Kaimira Book One: The Sky Village Published by Candlewick Press, July 2008