Re: new conlang/script: Pinuyo
|From:||H. S. Teoh <hsteoh@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, November 18, 2004, 4:34|
On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 01:53:20AM +0100, Rene Uittenbogaard wrote:
That's just way too cool. I can already imagine how this can be
painted across several walls in a museum, telling the story. The 2D
nature of Pinuyo also makes it possible to create very complex
sentences that would be impractical to utter verbally. You could
describe a vast complex scene in all of its detail, and the reader can
still piece the whole thing together. Neato! :-)
> A couple of days ago, I saw the announcement for "Elephant's Memory" on
> langmaker, and I remembered having seen it before - I had forgotten all
> about it, but its "grammatical" principles are very much like Pinuyo.[...]
Interesting. Is Pinuyo on Langmaker yet?
I just looked at Pinuyo again, and it's just so cool. I think I should
start working on that 2D writing system of Ebisédian! :-) The Ebisédi
love this kind of 2D expressivity. Even the grammar of Ebisédian lends
itself very well to this sort of graphical realization.
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