Another conscipt idea: Dragon Serif
|From:||Daniel A. Wier <dawier@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, May 3, 2000, 17:42|
Actually, this isn't for one specific language or script -- this is a
style of writing for just about any script!
Here's how it works: when you begin to write a character (or a string of
characters in the case of Arabic or Aramaic), start writing with a
circle (could face inward or outward), as is done in Thai. Then draw
your glyph. At the end of each continuous stroke, mark a line serif.
Your letter W would actually resemble the Thai letter for /ph/, but with
a serif on the upper right corner.
I'll try to come up with samples in English, Russian, Greek, Arabic, and
Korean (Hangeul script)...