Yep, I officially have too much time on my hands.  
This is an alphabet I created for the story I’m writing for Nano this year.  Sometimes I just get this urge to want to write my characters’ names the way they would write them, and so, four hours later you, you get this symbol chart.
Consonant-vowel combinations use a joint symbol.  The sound on its own has the basic symbol.  If a sound is missing from the chart, it’s because this language doesn’t use that sound.  It’s based on Nahuatl (Aztec language) and most of the symbols are based on their pictograms.  

Yep, I officially have too much time on my hands.  

This is an alphabet I created for the story I’m writing for Nano this year.  Sometimes I just get this urge to want to write my characters’ names the way they would write them, and so, four hours later you, you get this symbol chart.

Consonant-vowel combinations use a joint symbol.  The sound on its own has the basic symbol.  If a sound is missing from the chart, it’s because this language doesn’t use that sound.  It’s based on Nahuatl (Aztec language) and most of the symbols are based on their pictograms.  

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    A fun syllabary.
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