Reply to Yitzik (jara: New Survey: Celtic Conlangs)
|From:||Jan van Steenbergen <ijzeren_jan@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 9, 2003, 12:40|
--- "Isaac A. Penzev" skrzypszy:
> Isaac (Igor) Penzev. I've got 27 conlang ideas in my catalogue for now. Most
> of them are merely ideas or embryosketches. The most developed projects at
> the moment are Edhelenglisc and Rumiya.
Wouldn't you care to post a list once of your P1-P27, along with a short
description? I've lost track!
> I make parallels between conlanging and visual arts (my father was a
> painter). I enjoy realism. The pattern for my creativity is set by "Little
> Dutchmen" (Hals, Vermeer, van Reusdal [sorry for possible mistakes in
> spelling, I know their names only in Cyrillics]) and Russian "peredvizhniki"
> (late 19th century).
Let's shake hands then. A few days ago, I posted a message in which I wrote
that I perceive conlanging mainly as a visual artform, but I got a strong
impression that I was the only one. At least I'm not alone anymore.
By the way, Hals and Vermeer are written correctly. The other guy's name was
"Ruysdael" (or "Ruijsdael", but the difference between _ij_ and _y_ didn't
matter in those days).
> Definitely I favour a posteriori.
<shakes hands again>
> My ethnic origin is a Russian-Ukrainian mix. I started practicing Judaism
> (in its Messianic version) in 1998. I haven't yet undergone formal
> conversion to Jewry, but identify myself primarily with the Jewish people.
> My L1 is Russian.
Really? The name "Isaak" made me think that you were born Jewish. Also because
Russian seems to be the L1 of most Jews in Ukraine; my fiancée (who is from
Lviv, as you might recall) is an example. She still considers Jewry as her
"Originality is the art of concealing your source." - Franklin P. Jones
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