As part of my worldbuilding, I created a conlang for Rinaryn, which you can read in the stories, and phonology for Kamalti to keep names and words feeling like a cohesive culture (I haven’t done grammar and syntax yet for Kamalti, so it’s not a real conlang yet). I also, just for fun, created alphabets for each culture. Enjoy!
Rinaryn is written left to write with a brush.
Kamalti is written left to right, with the vowels appearing as superscripts above the preceding consonant. It was designed for writing on clay or stone using a chisel, though modern Kamalti have moved to paper, their writing stylus still resembles a chisel, and accuracy is highly prized in one’s writing skill.