Re: [elfscript] Hello!
- Teithant Liv:
>when writing with the Tengwar, there are two signsIt's really very simple: 'r' before a vowel is a full 'r' and written
>for the letter "r". One looks sort of like an "n", and is
>used for a "weak or untrilled 'r'", the other looks
>something like a "y" and is used for a "full or
>trilled 'r'". But how do you tell which goes where?
with rómen. 'r' before a consonant or semivowel or at the end of a
word is a weak 'r' and written with óre.
>I have been trying to write the poem "Namarie"Tolkien's own Tengwar rendering of 'Namárië' can be found in the
>in Tengwar, but this problem has me totally stuck.
book 'The Road Goes Ever On'. You may also want to check out Per
Lindberg's calligraphic illumination on the Amanye Tenceli website:
http://hem.passagen.se/mansb/at/pl_namarie.jpg . My own rendition of
'Namárië' is in the calligraphy section of the Gwaith-i-Phethdain
website and can be seen at http://www.elvish.org/gwaith/andriesb.jpg .
Warning: there are some tehtar errors in my piece that I still need to
Cuio mae, Danny.