Thank you people!
Well, I think it's fair to say that you've successfully steered clear of Tengwaritis there.
I think I didn't understand that. Who are Tengwaritis?
However, I do feel that the complexity of the letters may not lend themselves to easy "at a glance" recognizance, ie. they'll be harder to read than Latin at a distance or if small, or if only briefly glimpsed.
Yes, the letters are not the easiest (and easy only for me now). Still their form is the result of a long practical work (now more than 2 years) which goal is overall text readability (not separate letter or word).
They are quite hard to write, but of course, it is not necessary to be exact when you do handwriting. Even I self cannot do this accurate. But I am not a calligrapher.
Have you considered also perhaps having the most commonly used letters being the simplest?
That is reasonable, hmm and it seem that it is so. All vowels are the same as in Latin. About the consonants: S, L, N, H almost the same as in Greek alphabet (sigma, lambda, nu, gamma - Σ λ ν γ). Letters B, D, M again similar to Latin. Well, R, T, K are definitely not.
But I didn't really borrowed the forms from those alphabets, it is just a coincedence. It seems for me that people who worked on those alphabets based their work on the same principles of readability and no surprise, that some of the letter forms look similar.
That said, the alphabet is gorgeously beautiful, and would lend itself wonderfully to calligraphy. I'd like to see a book written in this sometime.
Thank, thanks! I really wish to learn to do calligraphy, and probably here or on some calligraphy-related forums I will find people who are interested in writing in my script.
My next task is to make a vector based font for this alphabet. Now I choose a good (free) program for that. I had a look at 'fontforge' program, it seems to be good. When someone has expirience with that, share your opinion.
Balancing readability, writability, and aesthetics is a difficult task.
That is true. For Latin, it took hundreds of years to develop in what we have now. In my work however I didn't think about writability.
Moreover, I think In some decades most people will loose the ability to write good. Everybody will sit by their computers
So, to speak ohnestly, I wish that people who see my script and find it good would help me in this hard task. I will try best to make more examples and handwriting as well in the future. But what I really want that people help to develop and spread among others. It is IN NO WAY my personal interest or way to promote. The only reason is that I feel that my work has a practical purpose.
However only way to estimate the readability of the text is of course to learn the alphabet and read a lot of big texts in it. Now I m the only person who do this and I can say that there are reasons to think that, regarding readability, it has benefits over the mighty Latin minuscule.