I’ve gotten back into conlanging recently after being rather unmotivated for the past couple of years. I don’t know why it is that I’m suddenly interested in working on my conlangs all of a sudden, but I am excited to get back into this hobby again.
The documentation I created for most of my conlangs is not the best. Everything is spread out over multiple spreadsheets and word documents – sometimes even different folders! Things are not where I expect them to be, half-finished dictionaries are everywhere, and different versions of the same conlang exist in the same folder…without revision numbers.
And thus a new goal was born: clean up each conlang. After a bit of planning & deliberating, I decided that for each conlang, I’d do each of these things:
- Write a description/overview/summary
- Create a complete phonology, including allophony, assimilation, stress, etc.
- Finalize the orthography
- Work out the entire grammar – nouns, verbs, adjectives, sentence structure, etc. with tons of examples
- Create a dictionary with all necessary words
- Write a description of the conlang on the Conlangs page of this website
- Put the conlang on Conworkshop
Yep, I plan on creating a Conlangs page on this website! I had one a long time ago, then deleted it when I wanted to focus this website more on writing. I also plan on making posts about my conlanging process & history, and individual conlangs themselves.
I hope the rest of you are as excited about this as I am!