Got any examples? would be good to see.. I have wanted to do a
Uighur/Mongol/Tibetan form of the Tengwar, based on Sanskrit forms.
Giving me some ideas for sure..
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, "Shreyas Sampat" <laopooh@y...>
> > I'm pretty sure that the question has been addressed in the past.
> > putting my finger on the link right at the moment, but I know I've
> > it. Just a matter of finding it (and the obvious google doesn't
> > much).
> Sorry for resurrecting a month-old thread; I did a Sanskrit Tengwar
> mode some time ago and posted it here. The URL:
> What I did with the problematic elements was to use the fricative
> rows for Hindi aspirates, because they've got more acoustic friction
> than the plain stops, and used the tyelepeteema for the retroflexes,
> because historically they arose from dentals in proximity with I or
> To match better with Sanskrit calligraphy methods, I used the s-curl
> as a reph-curl and improvised a great deal of compound tehtar for
> the vowels. They're not perfectly methodical, to give the script
> some irregular flavor.