Hi all, I'm thinking of creating a sort of logographic script for my proto-conlang. Simple sentences will be able to be expressed in as few as one, complex symbol (it's pro-drop, and particles could possibly combine with the verbal character). This will give me wonderful opportunities for the script to decay into alphabets or syllabaries. My goal is to create a pretty natural conlang, with healthy amounts of irregularity. As such, I want a script that also feels natural...not too regular, but not to random. I'm taking Old and New Vulcan scripts as my biggest examples (they're so trippy, methinks), but I'm also researching the Chinese/Japanese evolution, Southeast Asian scripts, and Arabic calligraphy. Are there any examples of conlangs with partially or fully logographic scripts? All of them that I have seen have been either syllabaries or alphabets. Thanks! Patrick Niedzielski -- Humm and Strumm <http://hummstrumm.blogspot.com/>, a Free Software 3D adventure game for both Windows and *NIX. freeSoftwareHacker(); <http://freesoftwarehacker.blogspot.com/>, a blog about Free Software, music, and law.