Version 1 of the Lucarian script font is out!
View the original script here: https://www.omniglot.com/conscripts/lucarian.htm
HERE'S HOW TO USE THE FONT:
d, h, j, l, m, n, r, s, t and z will give you the corresponding letters in full form.
b, f, g, k, p and q give you the truncated form of those letters. Uppercase versions send out their full forms.
Type c, S and Z for ch, sh and zh respectively.
a, o, e, i, y and u give you the corresponding vowels, while A, O and U give you ae, oe and uu respectively.
Type ' for the glottal stop letter with both sides truncated, use < and > for that letter with just the left side and the right side respectively, and = gives you the full letter.
The comma, period, question mark and exclamation mark gives you the corresponding punctuation.
Keyboard input = Letter representing sound (NOTE: Case matters!)
h, k, l, m, n, p and s have their respective consonant glyphs
a, e, i, o and u have their respective vowel glyphs
A and E are used for the glyphs representing [æ] and [ɛ] respectively
N is used for the diactric coda glyph representing [ŋ]
This is my first font which includes the "More Latin" set.
This font is based on the 2002 GBA game of the same name
Based on the Dragon 32 Character Map created by Mattias Persson (http://www.skyknowledge.com/perssonsscripts/dragon.htm)
This conscript was a real pain to make, but I think it turned out okay.
I included the 4 abbreviations with it too:
To type "of", press 0
To type "the", press 1
To type "to", press 2
To type "and", press 3
More info on the Krul alphabet here: https://www.omniglot.com/conscripts/krul.htm
Best viewed at pixel size
More info on Pixel Script: https://www.omniglot.com/conscripts/pixelscript.htm
Torcan is inspired by the Georgian Nuskhuri alphabet, but upside down. It is written latinically, rather than phonetically. Double letters can be achieved by adding a dot above or under the letter. Numerals are made with corrosponding letter with dots above and under it. A semicolon is used as a question mark, while the exclamation mark is an upside-down version of it. Torcan comes from an Irish word meaning "porcupine".