Self-proclaimed writer and singer.
Others-proclaimed cynical bitch.
22 years old, more jaded than I should be.
Feminist, intellectualist, agnostic.
SuperWhoLockian, Loki fangirl.
A little pretentious.
A little hypocritical.
A little condescending.
You actually did spell it right, good job!
EDIT: Oh no! I accidentally colored over the A! Hang on I’ll fix it. There we go.
It didn’t take long to learn it, since it’s really just an alphabet chart and not a real language. You don’t even have to memorize it, if you just wanna download the PDF and use it for reference, or crop out just the chart and save it, like I did.
Now it takes me about 5-10 minutes in MSPaint depending on the length of the name, maybe 15-20 in ArtRage. If it’s a full name it takes longer, and if it’s a whole sentence it can be over an hour.
Aaand finally it works. Wouldn’t let me answer this one last night, for some reason. I hope you like it.
wait guys i may not be that much in the doctor who fandom
but if we have people who can read and write circular gallifreyan
and we know what the doctor’s name in circular gallifreyan looks like
why don’t we just… translate that to english…?
I HAVE WONDERED THIS FOR SIX MONTHS BUT I NEVER SAID ANYTHING BECAUSE I FIGURED THAT SOMEONE WOULD HAVE DONE THIS ALREADY.
WHOVIANS. YOUR OBJECTIVE IS CLEAR.
SOMEONE DO IT
I’m going to correct this every time I see it.
The Gallifreyan used by fans is not the Gallifreyan used on the show.
The set and prop designers drew random circles that looked pretty. Then talented fans developed different methods (Sherman, Greencrook, probably a few others) of writing based on them. They’re not the same. We can’t translate it. It’s nothing. Don’t you think every single one of us has tried? How many of us do you think started learning Gallifreyan in the first place specifically for this reason?
The first is “Nathalie” and the second is “Devon”.
Decided to do the colors according to the default “no picture chosen” tumblr icon. Went better than expected.