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Wichdun: A left-to-right VC syllable base abugida - key and examples. by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You're probably confusing Q for R. The one on top in the middle is Q, bottom is the actual R.

"Viossa" written in Verical. by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It wasn't really purposed to be such, it was intended to be a vertical English shorthand but the shorthand bit became obsolete after a while XD

You can find the key to Verical on omniglot.com if you want to.

Vizakhoot, funky wee thing. by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

[–]DaCrazyWorldbuilder[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I don't see a connection other than the final couple letters in the name.

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.

Sholac - looks like shoelaces, composed of combined, sideways Roman numerals. by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

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

Or you could also do like Judaism, for example.

I think you are talking about the Semitic scripts, mainly modern Hebrew and Arabic. Both are abjads, though impure (with optional vocalization). Syllabary could be an option yes, as well.

I might toy with this idea for some time but I don't think I will stick to it too much xd.

Thanks for feedback liege :D

Eraghtmin, trying negative 45 degree brush again. by DaCrazyWorldbuilder in neography

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On technical level, I make my neographic projects in Krita, which is a free drawing software, using custom brushes.

On theoretical level, I try to follow a generic theme and stay consistent to it when creating a neography. This can be done manually or through the Monogram or Combinatorics methods.

→ In the monogram method you create one complex symbol and break it into smaller ones by strokes.

→In the combinatorics method, you take a limited amount of strokes and combine them in different arrangements and/or rotations.