Hello everyone I would like to ask a quick favour. Could you possibly not tell me the intent of behind you wanting your elvish phrase or word? Quite a few have actually asked it for a tattoo and you know what that’s super cool! Except I don’t trust myself enough to have something I wrote in permanent ink on someone else’s skin. If you want it for a tattoo that’s cool, just keep in mind that you should get it sourced from different people. I’m pretty sure on lotr . net they have people way more skilled than me at Elvish.
Also I may not have this blog active much longer, school is tough and getting hectic and I just don’t have time to keep up with this blog.
The requests waiting in my ask blog- I’m sorry! Thank you for your patience, I’ll do my best to get them done this week as I’m on spring break.
I love you all and thanks for the support and patience.
wickedmystery asked: How do you write "hope" in Elvish? Does the font matter? What are common mistakes people make? Also is there a good website or book that you learned from?
http://writteninelvish.tumblr.com/post/70906255058/hope-in-elvish-requested-by-anon that’s how you write it
I’m not sure what you mean by font? Sorry. Unless you mean how to pronounce it then there’s amdir meaning hope based on reason, harthad meaning to hope, and hartha directly meaning hope I believe. The font doesn’t matter.
There’s different styles of Elvish and people learn different things from different sources so common mistakes are basically just common screw ups and misspelling depending on which dialect. I’m not sure what the common mistakes are, it’s probably how the vowels work and where they go.
And the answer to the last question and anymore you might have are in my FAQ.
madamesurrealia asked: Hello! I have a question. Where did you learn elvish, or how did you go about learning it? I am looking to learn but I am at a loss of where to start. I have the 'Tolkien Reader' explains so aspects of the language, but that's about it.
I used different websites, I suggest you google Tengwar because that is probably the easier elvish dialect to learn. :)
I’m sorry the photo quality wasn’t great today, I am working on improving it.