Too complex scripts (was: Re: McGuffey Readers and animals)
|From:||Carsten Becker <naranoieati@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, March 26, 2005, 17:27|
On Friday 25 March 2005 19:12 +0100, B. Garcia wrote:
> > See this link http://www.omniglot.com/writing/ayeri.htm
> > , and you'll have a beatiful example of what you're
> > saying. thanks.
> Yes, that script has been posted here... a long time ago
> :). I myself have created writing systems that are
> similar in ornateness.
Hehe, yes. Barry's brainchild is a leaf script with holes in
it for indicating vowels. I've never seen a longer example
of it, though. Is there one, Barry? BTW, this thread was
actually about "McGuffey Readers and animals"!!!!! Dammit!
> "Those curves are too complex" (when plenty of natural
> scripts have fairly ornate glyphs that are complex)
Look at all those nifty scripts like Malayalam/Tamil,
Java/Balinese, Thai/Khmer, or even Chinese. Those ones are
very complex actually, concerning either the system or the
letters or both, but are still used. The Javanese and
Balinese scripts have been replaced by the Latin script
according to Omniglot, though.
Edatamanon le matahanarà benenoea eibenem ena Bahis
Palayena, 15-A8-58-1-3-4-4 ena Curan Tertanyan ...
Pericyanang nuhiro emino 15-A8!