It looks like a Southeast Asian abugida to me.
Abugida is the answer
three points :P
It's very beautiful.
How many different marks does it has?
How precise must the marks be drawn? I mean, if there is one curve less eg. on the top of the first mark, does it change the sound it represents?
Technicly it currently have onlt 12 different graphemes but 33 diatrics though it is easily expanded to be like IPA as I have even come up with general rules for the neccisery graphemes on how they look.
But thank you =) I wanted it to be aesteticly pleasing.
The wiggling part isn't exact in how many curves it needs there, it can be one, two or many, as long as its destinguishable from a straight line and the length of lines need to be different enough you can tell which one is long or short, but otherwise it is rather free.
M. Park wrote:
Is it an abjad ? ( my reasoning for the guess: the over all sideways <s> like design of each character with the optional left marking).
If I had to guess is that CV CV C CV CV CV CV?
I like it though, despite the overall squigglyness ( Its just my preference for right angles and pointy script)
CV is correct, but abjad it is not. Abugida :P
I prefer softer writings and dont like angles and sharpness