To get a better idea for how each letter looks, to the right is a complete set of Gallifreyan consonants. Sentences are contained within two circles, the inner of which you place the punctuation around, and the outer which is simply a containing circle.
Notice both attached and unattached vowels in action in this word.
More on this later. Sentences Sentences are essentially just words made up of words. Just like a word, they are based in a circle and you read them starting from the bottom and then proceeding around anticlockwise. It was standardized by a fan, so it is not officially sanctioned, but it looks terribly cool.
So long as the appropriate number of lines or dots are placed on that consonant, then it is correct. As you can see in the example to the left, you can also add "divots" into the inner circle which contains the punctuation. The dot modifications are included within the circle of the letter while the line modifications extend outward from the circle of the letter.
In the chart to the left, you can see the four basic forms along the left side and the five modifications along the top. Vowels Vowels are a bit trickier.
This does not have to be done, so long as both letters have two lines, they are written correctly. Punctuation can be added along the edge of the sentence circle. So long as lines do not intersect with letters that should not have any additional lines, they can extend as far as the writer wishes.
Sentences Circular Gallifreyan is a standardized version of the written Gallifreyan language as seen in Doctor Who. Reading anticlockwise from the bottom as you do with a basic word, you should read each word as follows: Vowels are either attached to the preceding consonant or they float on their own - either way they are smaller circles than the consonants and have slightly different rules.
An example can be seen to the right. Letters Consonants Consonants take one of four forms and are modified by one of five different designs. In the diagram to the left, you can see how each vowel looks both attached and unattached to a consonant. Words Words in Gallifreyan are based around circles.This is a subreddit made for people who want to post their Circular Gallifreyan works, request works to be made, or want help with their Circular Gallifreyan.
Instructions on how to write in this form can be found here (Go here for a direct link) and here. Dr Who - says, "Allons-y" in Gallifreyan writing, the TimeLord's home language. Glass cabochon photo pendant with chain.
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May 25, · Three Parts: Learning the Structure of the Alphabet Writing Sentences and Paragraphs Writing a Word in Gallifreyan Community Q&A Many hardcore fans of the TV show Dr. Who love the idea of writing with the alphabet of the Timelords.
“Allons-y!” in Circular Gallifreyan. I'm not planning on it, but if I was to get a Who tattoo, some sort of 10 quote like this would be it Find this Pin and more on Nerding out by Haley Kenville.
hitch your star to mine: Photo “Allons-y!” in Circular Gallifreyan. This would be a cool tattoo Allons-y in Gallifreyan. Find this Pin and more on Tattoo inspiration by Andrea Lamb. “Fantastic”, “Allons-y” and “Geronimo” written in circular Gallifreyan Allons-y!
This, as a tattoo. But I'm worried it will turn into one of those chinese characters that don't say what you think they say.Download