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top of ninth page of notes on alphabet declination A B Blue-Bird E M J

Diving dolphin; horse face constitute the top of page nine of notes on alphabet declination AB Blue Bird EMJ. Looking at horse nostrils and teeth. For the letter “E” I start to stay on the nose bridge and eye from profile. I consider representing the English “D” with a cursive “J” blending of uppercase and lower case.  That degrades to a number four like character.  Finally for the moment shown, the lowercase “j” opens to a loose “2”like thing.-Ernie Moore Jr.

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alphyabet declination A B Blue Bird bottom page eight E M J

This photodigital Image Capture of notes of alphabet declination AB Blue Bird EMJ, bottom of the eighth page looks at “D.” Revisits “C.”  And takes a lengthy look at “D.”  Also, over two days I assign value to the AB subjects–giving each subject imagery a section or small grouping of the English alphabet, with which to transpose-ish.-Ernie Moore Jr.

“D” icon degrade to resembling a four which would be fine, as “D” is the fourth letter of the English alphabet(AB).-Ernie Moore Jr.

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notes on alphabet declination AB Blue Bird top of eighth page E M J

This photodigital Image Capture of notes of an alphabet declination–AB Blue Bird EMJ.  These icons are dolphin based.  Showing “B,” “C,” and “D.”  When one looks at these (alphabet declinations) one should look for a progression in shortening.  Shorter amounts of ink.  Shortening of strokes.  And although some later icons have longer strokes the thought was that they save one from lengthier writing by staying connected to the paper.  I’m trying to keep it from being a senseless scribble.  Yet a sensible repeatable scribble that is a progression from a longer mark, that’s reasonable.-Ernie Moore Jr.

“B” started in the last page (7).  It was a dolphin leaping out of the water.  “C” was “B” with a second dolphin leaping. Three dolphins would be a bit much.  For “D I explore more of a full bodied dolphin.  Scaled down as per my skill level at drawing. [Note: I could try and try until I could draw a more complete dolphin, but the idea is finish the project.  I can work at an icon for a bit, but too much investment is a waste of Life.  I am to cut off trying for perfection after some effort has been put into it.-Ernie Moore Jr.

“D,” turns into the dolphin diving.  The tail is wavy las the water.  My relating a dolphins relationship with water almost as though it’s an aspect of water.  Some of these begin to resemble established written characters.  I’m mostly noting Chinese and Russian.-Ernie Moore Jr.

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photodigital of notes for alphabet declintion AB Blue Bird bottom seventh page E M J

This photodigital Image Capture revisits “a” and continues onto “B” as far as switch-out icons for the standard Letters of the English alphabet.-Ernie Moore Jr.

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photodigital of notes for alphabet declintion AB Blue Bird E M J

This photodigital Image Capture is the top of page seven of my alphabet declination AB Blue Bird EMJ.  Here can be seen a declination from elaborate to minimal which like talking degrades-minimizing shortening-shaving; so goes writing. We’ve halted our writing by using type and machines to print.-Ernie Moore Jr.

Declination of this icon for “A” connects the ear to the eyelid. then loses the eyelid.  Then the connection straightens, then shortens.  Then there’s no connection and just the ear.  Then the ear shortens several times and loses the other side of the ear.-Ernie Moore Jr.

This shows me going on to “B,” dolphin leaping out of water.  Curves straighten.  The angle changes–becomes more acute.-Ernie Moore Jr.

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photodigital alphabet declination AB Blue Bird E M J

This photodigital Image Capture of notes on alphabet declination for AB Blue Bird EMJ top of the sixth page.  Here we can see the changes to letters.  Writing them and writing them.  Getting tired of taking so long there would lose strokes or have strokes blended.  Writing fast can mean less to write or more compact shapes.  Sharp is a quick whip gesture.-Ernie Moore Jr.

First letter is a horse ear.  I decide the eye helps define the triangle as an ear.  That’s pretty solid to me so I go on to “B” icon or second letter.  Dolphin shape resembles ocean wave.  Wave becomes dolphin out of the water.  Now set the style of the water.  For this letter/icon this is what I think would change with use.  Curve loses the waves and straightens.  Even the dolphin can lose its curve for the more direct shorter stroke.  And we generations later do not see the shapes as more than marks with no meaning except assigned valued.-Ernie Moore Jr.

For me one style of making an alphabet is grouping similar icons for sections of alphabet.  I’m comfortably set on “B” and “C” from one dolphin leaping to a dolphin leaping over the leaping dolphin.  And working on my solid for the design of a dolphin diving to get “D.”-Ernie Moore Jr.

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photodigital alphabet declination AB Blue Bird top fifth p E M J

This photodigital is the top of page five of my alphabet declination AB Blue Bird.  These drawings/writings start with the subject of Lipazzan.  Part of what I associate with that subject is the rider in uniform, the hats for military service or nationality.The uniform is too detailed for this size drawing and an package normal ink pen.  One mark of a Lipizzan is the breed signature trained moves.  I picked a jump with hind double kick. This does have the showings of alphabet declination.  I go to minimalizing and stroke continuity–A stroke used in communication should have a level looking the same, within the environment of the same circumstances.  My wavy lines should cross midland very near the same percentage of the point-to-point length every stroke-to have a standard.  Also, we can see I use different placements.  I’m going to say placements are areas or local area zones within the framework of the icon.-Ernie Moore Jr.

A letter of this sort should be complex enough to retain characteristics of the subject and designed to be duplicated within a few seconds for writing to be convenient.  It seems to be a balance of maximum that can be done soon enough.  This is My ceiling.- Ernie Moore Jr.

This goes from forelegs, aftlegs, tail; I adjust the tail lengthening and curving-then shortening almost to just being an extension of the body (which reduces number of strokes). Or lose the tail having only the legs connected by body.  I later incorporate a stroke to represent the horse head. Eventually there’s the rider.  Then all legs distinct with one curving stroke for head, body, And tail.  This is me thinking ahead.  Looking for a good form to lose parts while being a reasonable useful usable icon/figure. Doing a rearing horse or horse and rider gets me thinking of images I think of as Sanskrit.-Ernie Moore Jr.

Next set is Dolphin dorsal fin possibly pectoral, on to pectoral above water.  Interesting that I go to horse ear-which I think resembles a fin out of the water.-Ernie Moore Jr.

I have enough to pick or print my more settled thoughts.  The horse ear is the “A.”-Ernie Moore Jr