kroen wrote:The next best thing after using logograms for a conlang, imo, would be to invent your own alphabet. Much less work, and also much less boring than using the latin alphabet or any other existing alphabet for that matter.
linguoboy wrote:But also more of a barrier to entry to anyone else interested in learning about your conlang.
linguoboy wrote:Conscriptery is really its own specialised are of interest. You can practice it without ever doing a shred of conlanging. Just look at all the alternative scripts which have been created to write English, for instance.
kroen wrote:I wonder why no one uses hangul for their conlangs?
kroen wrote:I wonder why no one uses hangul for their conlangs? by far the coolest existing alphabet imo. And if the sounds don't fit, you can alway allocate new sounds to the letters.
Dormouse559 wrote:Here's a link to Tapissary, which is quite beautiful; it was originally inspired by American Sign Language
Emandir wrote:As a matter of fact, my "new" conlang (still a WIP) is supposed to be logographic but I still don't have designed any logogram yet. It's intended to be completely logographic, as opposed to Chinese that uses "phonetic" (phonemic?) symbols. You can imagine the amount of work that's ahead of me (not sure if I'll have enough time to complete it, though )
Anyway, I'll probably post something about this conlang (that has a peculiar syntax) sooner or later...
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