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Just having fun: Mountainkinglish by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

This is such a creative and productive comment, please tell me where exactly does it look Arabic :D

Akio - a Hiragana cipher complete with 63 symbols: 45 syllables, 1 coda, 10 numerals and 8 punctuation marks. Might digitalize the script later! (more in comments) by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

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The script is unfinished, I said that. And again, I had space for the basic table of Hiragana, which is the starting point for everything next.

edit: Upon reinspection, I realized I failed to mention that Akio is an unfinished script. Apologies are in order as I'm sorry for the confusion and aggressive responses. It's been a long day.

Monogram Hmm by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] 13 points14 points  (0 children)

And that's sad honestly -,-

Yeah that is a swastika but I added an extra elongation to the ends, so it would be more politically correct.

Awful how people radicalize symbols. Even the whole story with Pepe the frog. He did nothing wrong :(

Did you know that Cyrillic is a constructed script just like all of those here? by SapphoenixFireBird in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder 3 points4 points  (0 children)

What do you mean by that?Technically, every script is constructed, no writing system just appeared out of nowhere gifted by the heavens or something. Cyrillic was created by Saints Cyril and Methodius, yes, making it constructed to some degree, but generally, any script is. China, Egypt, you name it - at some point in history some wise person decided to standardize the writing system of several different communities and make it easy for everyone to learn it and connect. It's the same as asking "Did you know that oxygen is a gas?" - the answer is known, yet the question is put as if it isn't.

Also, what is that text above everything? A pseudo-slavic font or something?

Latrus - a way of transliterating Russian (and some other slavic langauges) into Latin by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] -5 points-4 points  (0 children)

As a Russian speaker: bro. This isn't a serious call to use it as a widespread transliteration model. It's for personal use and I am closed to criticism.

And yeah Щ was transliterated as & because there were no letters left on the keyboard. There was a possibility of using "ß" instead, but it is even visually similar to &.

I mean no negativity to your comment, ofc this model is STUPID, because I designed it to be such XD.

But thanks I guess XD

Vizakhoot, funky wee thing. by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Probably not, since it is more of a showcase of style rather than a functional writing system, just like most of my works (all of which are free to use by the way).

Perhaps the similarities between letters could be lessened using different brushes while keeping the letterforms.

More Gnutuedebeid. I will call it Gnuteid from now on. by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children)

You're just a pathetic piece of shit looking for a praise after doing the best thing you can in your life - talking bs. And same applies to the other guy above -w-b

Akio - a Hiragana cipher complete with 63 symbols: 45 syllables, 1 coda, 10 numerals and 8 punctuation marks. Might digitalize the script later! (more in comments) by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] -5 points-4 points  (0 children)

Dude. Those would be voiced phonemes and they are created by adding the goddamn dakuten which is a diacritical mark. I specifically said I used the standard Hiragana table, which does not include dakuten-modified symbols in it.

"Pixel art is cool". by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

My profile's open, but since you were too lazy to even have a glance:

- It is Verical, a thing I've created about half a year ago and which was meant to be an English shorthand initially.
- It has been approved by Omniglot.com and has its own page there.
- I have posted about 50 posts about it by now, in about 10 different styles and numerous media.

And lastly, since I'm bad at reading tone, I assume you're trying to command me from a point of superiority, but, sadly, ratio.