Iltantu-Tiveta

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by Scawty
Cloned from Iltantu-Romu by Scawty.

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This Script is influenced by the art-style of Tibetan. Although as soon as i formed a few basic shapes and themes for a few characters, it quickly took on a shape for itself. This is still a Syllabary used to write my Conlang, Iltantu. It works exactly the same as my more recognizable Latinesque Syllabary "Iltantu-Romu". The characters are mapped in the same exact spots, and one script can be substituted for the next. It's merely a stylistic difference (as Times New Roman is to Blackletter, for instance)
Info: Created on 25th September 2012 . Last edited on 18th July 2014.
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Some great FontStructing. I'd be interested to see a non-conlang script using the same constructive ideas.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 15th October 2012

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