The ColorHoney and ColorTokki alphabets were invented by Kim Godgul in 2009 as alternative ways of writing English. They use six colours (Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow) and different shapes to represent different letters, with each letter being represented by two colours. The scripts are similar, but use different shapes and are structured slightly differently. Tokki means rabbit in Korean.
More information about Kim Godgul's alphabets (in Korean)
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