That's fun.  It takes quite a bit of thought to produce something like that
so the porgression from concept to concept builds in such a way that anyone
other that the author can figure out what is going on.  This one works
well.  I don't think I'm patient enough to do this for C-a, though I guess
planning a TPR lesson is much like this in some respects, and I did that for
a language accuisition experiment many years ago, using Lrahran.

speaking of Lrahran, did I ever mention that I discovered both a Latvian AND
a Lithuanian band (one described as "crust core" and the other as "vomit
core") have recorded one of my Lrahran TPR lessons as "songs"?  Well, such
is the case.  I still can't decide whether to contact them and demand a few
letti or what-have-you in compensation, since they recorded their albums
using my "lyrtics" without my knowledge, or to just laugh and ignore it.


On Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Tony Harris <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Agreed.  Very cool idea, and nicely done!
> On 07/20/2011 11:34 AM, Gary Shannon wrote:
>> Very nice. I enjoyed reading through it. It reminds me of an old
>> German through pictures book I had many years ago. I used the pictures
>> from that book to do the same thing with Larry Sulky's Elomi/Ilomi
>> conlang back in 2006:**elomi/imupix01.html<>
>> I really like that approach. I think your selection of pictures are
>> easier to understand than the ones I used. Good work.
>> --gary
>> On Wed, Jul 20, 2011 at 5:56 AM, Rex May<[log in to unmask]>  wrote:
>>> I've got this all revised.  Check it out.  Comments and criticisms
>>> welcome.