Re: Another idea for a script for Ayeri
|From:||Benct Philip Jonsson <bpj@...>|
|Date:||Friday, September 24, 2004, 19:28|
J. 'Mach' Wust wrote:
Have a look at Tibetan script for a hint at how it might
develop into something more hand-written!
B.Philip Jonsson -- melroch at melroch dot se
Solitudinem faciunt pacem appellant!
> On Wed, 22 Sep 2004 17:56:34 +0200, Carsten Becker
> <naranoieati@...> wrote:
>>I've come up with another script for my conlang Ayeri
>>recently. I couldn't stand the Javanese-like script anymore
>>because everything looked far too similar and was
>>unnececerilly complicated in some ways. The latest idea is
>>a script that can be quite easily carved into stone or
>>wood, that's why it has some kind of runic character. I was
>>basically "inspired" by (read "I stole shapes from") Latin,
>>Cyrillic, Tamil, Tengwar(?). Because I still have no
>>scanner, I made a TTF font (not online yet) and wrote a PDF
>>document (with OOO under Linux :-)) ) of the description:
> Nice script! Looks as if it could be evolved into a cursive version (in some
> I don't think that the forms you show is very suited to be carved on wood
> due to the many right angles and the narrow parallels. I imagine that they
> use another variant for wood carving.