Published: 25th October, 2020
Last edited: 3rd July, 2013
Created: 3rd July, 2013
(first font created here)
This is an one of many conscripts I created, and this one created around a year ago. these glyphs correspond to the latin letters, lowercase being the simplified version and capitals being the complex version.
It is a vertical script, Top-bottom right-left.
Published: 11th June, 2008
Last edited: 12th June, 2008
Created: 11th June, 2008
An alien script. It doesn't fit into Latin perfectly, but for input sake it's mapped to it. 8 consonants (H, L, T, S, K, F, SH(mapped to c), N) When stressed an extra lined is added to them, making them: B, R, D, Z, G, V, ZH(mapped to j), M respectively. A capital is assumed stressed. There are nine 'vowels' (counting combinations, which are seen as individual vowel sounds): a(ah), e(eh), i(ih), o(oh), u(uh), A(ae), E(ei), I(ai), U(ew). The Alumaer language is a conlang of my own, the script is simple for learning-sake (the fictional children's and mine).
Published: 9th February, 2010
Last edited: 5th May, 2010
Created: 9th February, 2010
Font for my constructed script, „Emmut Modern Writing”.
Czcionka dla mojego konskryptu, „nowoczesnego pisma ęmuckiego”.
Published: 25th April, 2010
Last edited: 7th August, 2010
Created: 25th April, 2010
RWHO invented Ahtialan Script, when he was five years old (1995). In 2009-2010 he presented it on Polish Forum Conlanger. Now I made font for it. The font isn't completed yet.This is a clone of AHTI
Published: 1st May, 2010
Last edited: 1st May, 2010
Created: 1st May, 2010
Streamline of Pre/Mono small experiment 1. Use Hebrew keyboard layout for right-to-left writing action! (use all lower case)This is a clone of Pre/Mono small experiment 1
Published: 19th May, 2010
Last edited: 19th May, 2010
Created: 19th May, 2010
Alphabet for my vowelless conlang Chomicki, used by Nommip hamsters. The conscript is made from turned letters of Latin, Greek and Cyryllic.
Published: 15th August, 2010
Last edited: 18th August, 2010
Created: 15th August, 2010
A simple conscript (constructed script / writing system / alphabet) inspired by conlangs (constructed languages) and yet undeciphered ancient and modern writings.
Currently, this conscript is just a basic substitution set and can be used as an alternative writing system for the Basic Latin set (the new glyphs correspond to the Latin alphabet), i.e. for writing English, but the glyphs for Cyrillic are still unfinished.
The capital letters (uppercase letter glyphs) are identical to their lowercase equivalents, but are written inside a square to distinguish them from the lowercases.
The font has some problems with punctuation kerning, but these are because of the need for the capital letters to be aligned to the lowercases. Standard symbols such as numbers and punctuation are identical to their Latin originals.
The final goal is to write my own conlang, which will utilize a future version of this script.
The script is also intended as a substitution alphabet for writing Latin, Cyrillic and other languages (using a yet undeveloped specific interlingua convention).
For a quick reference chart on how to read the letter-to-letter correspondence, see http://sahwar.deviantart.com/art/Sahwarian-writing-systems-1-128986775.
As already stated, the SahWarian Alphabet Type1 is currently just an alternative alphabet for English invented by sahwar. It is intended to be used as a code for writing diaries, journals, artcode or hidden messages.
Type of writing system: alphabet
Direction of writing: left to write in horizontal lines
Used to write: only English / Basic Latin (for now).
(Info source used for some of the terms: http://omniglot.com)
15 Aug 2010 — Initial release.
17 Aug 2010 — Some minor fixes.
18 Aug 2010 — Fixed the "]" (it was incorrectly identical to the "[". Added more information to this description.
Published: 20th September, 2011
Last edited: 28th September, 2011
Created: 20th September, 2011
Conscript near irish ogham, ancient alphabet of insular Celts (Ireland for ex.). Created for the virtual micronation Umujo and its celtic country the Towtobroghi, author Aëlo Gwion. Utilisez librement cet alphabet. - Ecriture très proche des ogham. Bien qu’il s’agisse d’un conscript apparemment distant de l’original, la distance entre les deux écritures concerne en réalité la présentation des éléments graphiques. Les ogham sont une écriture gravée ancienne des Celtes insulaires, principalement utilisée pour la magie et la divination. Elle est basée sur le chiffre 5, et l'alphabet s'énonçait ainsi sur extrémités doigts et les jointures des phalanges ainsi que les anciennes numérations digitales. Cette écriture est apparentée de près à d'autres écritures du même type dont on connaît des exemples notamment en Afrique (selon Lyall Watson, Lightning Bird). Le cercle égale 5 traits. Les traits sont remplacés par des points. 'ng' est rendu par 'k' (l'irlandais ancien ignorant cette lettre). Quelques lettres sont inventées : 'j', 'v', 'w', 'y' s'inspirent directement de 'i' et 'u'. Pour les diphtongues 'ae', 'ea', 'ia', 'oi' et 'ui', utiliser toute voyelle accentuée. Comprend: majuscules et minuscules, chiffres, caractères spéciaux les plus usuels seulement. Version .4 Cette police a été créée pour l'univers d'Umujo par son auteur Aëlo Gwion.
Published: 4th October, 2011
Last edited: 4th October, 2011
Created: 3rd October, 2011
An Abjad for typing in English...
1. consonants are normal
2. 8 - is a doubler like the little tsu in Japanese, but at the end of the sentence, it acts like an exclamation point
3. 1 - begins a sentence
4. 0 - ends a sentence
5. spacebar makes a space inside a sentence, _ makes a space between sentences
6. lowercase vowels place themselves under the last consonant
7. uppercase vowels are used when there is already a vowel attached to the previous consonant
Published: 1st January, 2012
Last edited: 12th July, 2014
Created: 21st February, 2010
I created this font after I saw the hash marks at the bottom of an envelope. To use it every other letter is uppercase. When faced with a space as a minuscule in the pattern, use an underscore _ .
Published: 6th January, 2012
Last edited: 3rd September, 2011
Created: 5th April, 2010
This is one of my fonts in the Maws (Morse code Alternative Writing Systems) series. Horizontal lines are dots and Vertical are dashes.
Published: 6th January, 2012
Last edited: 29th August, 2010
Created: 2nd April, 2010
I was sitting at a Diner one morning and drew this up out of no where. The idea was that it spirals around the page.
Published: 12th September, 2012
Last edited: 12th September, 2012
Created: 12th September, 2012
Inspired by the Ineon con-script.
Real Ineon is phonetic, so this font would not represent the real Ineon, only a mapping of the phonemes onto their closest Latin counterparts.This is a clone
Published: 8th November, 2012
Last edited: 11th November, 2012
Created: 8th November, 2012
Based on Jilingki. This is a Conscript for the Desertborn language at Planet Araxes, RPG sim at Second Life. The numerals are inspired by binary numeral system.
May you walk under shade.This is a clone
Published: 11th November, 2012
Last edited: 11th November, 2012
Created: 11th November, 2012
Constructed script for the Desertborn constructed language at planet Araxes on the Mu Draconis system.This is a clone
Published: 24th May, 2013
Last edited: 25th June, 2013
Created: 24th May, 2013
This is an admittedly mediocre font of an alphabet I created. There is no one-to-one correspondence to the latin alphabet, so the letters were assigned through a combination of phonetics (which differ significantly from English) and which letters remained unused. My alphabet actually uses fewer base characters, with no case distinction, but there are a large number of ligatures to represent consonant clusters. While the vowels can be marked purely with diacritics, here I only include the optional full vowel characters.