Re: Harpilan examples (vocab 2.2)
|From:||Arthaey Angosii <arthaey@...>|
|Date:||Monday, December 9, 2002, 2:56|
I like it! Very interesting idea. It makes me think of diagramming
sentences to the nth degree of insanity. :) Nice-looking symbols, though.
Reminds me of Chinese (and for the record, I know exactly _this_much_
about Chinese, so don't laugh when you tell me they look nothing alike).
I'd like to see a neater example of the writing, perhaps after the same
sentence being practices several times to get it right?
Why does it have to be written only, though? Is it just that you don't
feel like doing the phonology of it? How are you going about deciding what
symbol represents what? Are they a priori or iconic? I'd certainly like
to see more about this writing-language!
>I put up two examples of my graphical lanuage, taken from the vocabulary
>exercise 2.2. The first one illustrates the interesting layout of my
>language quite well :) http://www.geocities.com/noktakanto/
>What do you think about the examples? Is it pretty? Ugly? Messy? As
>incomprehensible as big5 text in an iso-8859-1 browser window?