Sorry to interrupt, but there is a slight error in the Koezuasoka alphabet chart I put up here. The glyph for A should be reflected horizontally (i.e. something like < and not >). I’ll correct this in the next update of the language package.
After weeks of horn-splitting work I’ve finally figured out Parcly Taxel’s intentions. She recorded the language of the parrots and gave them a script. To be honest it’s pretty awesome.
Key Sync: I’d also say that I almost burned my own neurons. The old “block” characters I wrote over and over again and a cursive form emerged from my transcendent states of consciousness… then I saw a further simplification and made it. My lone eye brightened the room when that last thought reverberated through me.
Final glyphs for Koezuasoka, there won’t be any further simplification! They are as simple as they are beautiful. Have a look, maybe get entranced.
The 217-word Swadesh list for Koezuasoka (Pseton) is finally done, and in doing so I managed to invent a whole lot of constructs to enable the expression of countless new concepts. I’ve now started on the periodic table in Koezuasoka, and to simplify matters I’ve packaged all the relevant files into a single 7z archive, the Kalaallisut package, which can be downloaded here. Anyone may use it, improve it, etc. – it’s a language after all.
(This table of cursive Koezuasoka symbols was originally posted on my Twitter feed.)
So there’s been a lull over here recently. Well that’s because of something more important and influential than ponies: Wikipedia. I am the one who nominated the article for featured status, and it looks like it’s going to get promoted within a week.
I will not delve into the details of the process here, but let’s just say it’s going to be a gay old time.
This word list, which can be downloaded (and added, modified, etc. – anything, really) here, was at first developed to fill the Swadesh list. I believe you, the viewers and linguists, can expand this into a living, thriving language like Na’vi.