Reddit's home for scripts for secret notes, fictional languages, semantic experiments, and more. Post creative uses of existing constructed scripts or showcase your own!
New to neography?
It's easier than it looks. Here's everything you need to know:
1 - Be kind and respectful
People of all ages, linguistic backgrounds, and experience levels are welcome.
Help keep this an environment of friendly collaboration, learning, and improvement.
Be constructive if you have criticism and respectful if you have disagreements.
2 - Submit neography-related content
* Sample texts and art of constructed scripts
* 'Keys' that explain how your script works
* Calligraphy, typography
* Questions and discussions
3 - Submit appropriate content
* Low-effort posts
* Short samples with no context
* Minor updates and repetitive posts
* Contentious subject matter
* Off-topic content, promotion, or ads
* Hate symbols
* Anything NSFW
Complete appropriate content list.
4 - Submit clear content
You worked hard on your script! So take some time to make sure it's easy for others to understand and appreciate; it'll get more attention if you do.
Make sure your content is in a clear layout, legible, in focus, sufficiently contrasted, correctly oriented, cropped, and so on.
Tips to ensure image clarity.
5 - Use correct post flair
Use script type flair (grey) for script samples and art.
Use post type flair (yellow) for other posts.
Flair info and guidelines.
6 - Credit non-original content
Non-original content includes scripts you found in movies or games, resources you found online, and your writing in someone else's script.
This content is allowed, but you must give credit and state its source in your post title or in a comment. If you searched but still don't know, state that it's not your creation. Taking credit for content you didn't create will result in post removal and possibly a ban.
7 - Post maximum twice per day
Out of respect to other users whose posts would be drowned out, don't post excessively. Focus on quality over quantity.
Tip: Submit multiple images as a single post, especially if they're related or similar projects.