I think she means using actual Tengwar fonts, Loni.
If you have a copy of Return of the King which contains the Appendices, Marian, you will find a Tengwar alphabet in Appendix E. I'm afraid writing in Tengwar, however, is a little more complicated than using an English alphabet, but reading through that section may give you some idea on how to proceed.
Well met Marian. :happyelf: I have known two or three male Marians.
This next bit isn't meant specifically for Marian, but for all newbies: When new members with generic confusable names introduce themselves, they can reduce embarassment all around if they state their gender right off: That might keep the rest us from guessing wrong, or having to write "he/she/it" all the time. :tongueelf:
With the help of the alphabeth in the RotK book I could easily teach myself writing Tengwar, it's really not that difficult. Now I want to learn reading it fluently, I think I'll soon manage to. Try it, I don't think you'll have difficulties.
Tengwars are fun, but it isn't something you learn over night. But I don't have as much time to practice as I'd like. I would like to see how a professional would write "aure". I wonder if there is a better/other way of writing two vowels following each other (like au in aure and ie in Amarie).
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