I have adapted a version of the Arabic script for Amal:
This does not replace the original Kamiya but will be used from time-to-time for examples/samples.
Allamej is an alphabet created by Rodrigo Solano to write his constructed language, also called Allamej. The language can also be written with the Roman alphabet to aid its use in electronic media. The Allamej letters are based on the Latin, Greek, Arabic, Syriac, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Korean and a number of other writing systems.
The presentation is a bit clunky, but I like this script, primarily because of its calligraphic potential. All scripts (well, almost all) lend themselves to some form of calligraphy, but this one, borrowing certain elements from Arabic, quite nicely has the ability to be very decorative;
If you would like to see more about the language, check the website: https://allamejlanguage.wixsite.com/global
Oskar also adapted the script to write his own constructed language, Nerean or Nerjagol. This involved adding a few letters and excluding some from the original Rnengàti alphabet. However, Oskar felt that he wanted a more ornate version of the script, that could be used on formal occasions. He experimented for a bit and eventually settled on something he was happy with.
This is a very good script. It has consistency and creativity. Some of the diacritics so seem a bit European, detracting from the uniqueness, but not in a completely detrimental way to the overall aesthetic of the script.