This wasn't dropped, it's absense was more to that I lost my password for this and that the site wouldn't allow me to reset a new password.
Thankfully I found it after all this time recently so it's been resolved now. I need to tidy the thread up anyway because photobucket is no longer a trusted hosted site, besides spam has watermarked my images with it's logo so I'll be swapping images with a new host that i been using.
It does look bad on me to give the impression I seemingly discarded a project on a thread, so will be bringing this upto speed.
Chapter 2 page 4
With previous images corrected. I'll be posting the following mostly under a few posts but this does deserve it's own mention.
This was a challenge, google may do a better job on translating roman based alphabet (something modern english and western European languages mostly based on) but Urdu was tough and MS word didn't do a good job on it either. Thankfully deviantartist https://www.deviantart.com/sasu-sakuu
was helpful enough to give me the appropriate translation so I could re-draw the writing.)
I could have used google translate, but honestly I feel I be ignorant instead of trying to reach out to a world wide community like deviantart as well as the translation wouldn't had been accurate.
As for Advent writing which is more occurring as this goes on, I'll bring up my earlier notes:
setting up a rule for it, their language is far more simpler than ours. Their word only consist of basic form, such as "home", "learn", "count" etc.. Every addition to the word, such as "-ing" to verb, are loss to them. Here I use the word "eo" for home, "are" for learn and "u" for count (the last one was because it looks like +)
I don't think I can go in depth with it but to clarify Advent writing has no structure anyway what you see on the screen is simply scrambled gibberish just scaled to very small text. Breaking immersion a little by stating that but unfortunately there is no rule for advent writing, on the flip side it means you can make your own rules for it.