Jennifer Tait asked David J. Peterson: Second question on Penny Dreadful and the Verbis Diablo: Also regarding ”Fresh Hell”: John Dee was mentioned, along with his Angelic language. There are books in existence that claim to be written in this script.
David J. Peterson Verbis Diabolo is different from anything I’ve ever done. First, it’s a posteriori, which means that all the words and grammar come from other—in this case, real world—sources. First, it’s a posteriori, which means that all the words and grammar come from other—in this case, real world—sources.
Language geekery with language creator David J. Peterson by Ama Laine | Jun 15, 2015 | Kirjat & sarjakuvat , Muut , Tiede, tekniikka ja sovellukset , TV & elokuvat | 2 comments The master behind the languages in …
Answering a question on Goodreads, Peterson says that: Verbis Diabolo is different from anything I’ve ever done. First, it’s a posteriori, which means that all the words and grammar come from other—in this case, real world—sources.
In the second season of Penny Dreadful, we see both nightcomers and daywalkers using the Verbis Diablo, the Devil’s Language. Are the Verbis Diablo based on real languages? up vote 4 down vote favorite. The language has been created by David J. Peterson, writer and language creator, president of the Language Creation Society. …
Why is “Penny Dreadful” ending? Nevins: My short answer is, because John convinced me that this was the right end, and the right time to end. It gives closure to Vanessa Ives, and without Vanessa Ives, the show shouldn’t go on.
We chatted about creating, deconstructing and learning languages with the conlanger who invented the fictional languages you hear in ’Game of Thrones.’
Tonight, Game of Thrones language expert David J. Peterson will join the podcast! David has created languages for HBO’s Game of Thrones, Syfy’s Defiance, Syfy’s Dominion, the CW’s Star-Crossed, the CW’s The 100, Showtime’s Penny Dreadful, MTV’s The Shannara Chronicles, NBC’s Emerald City, and Marvel’s Thor: The Dark …
Regardless, it is a great question. David J. Peterson, the next speaker in Victoria College’s Lyceum Lecture Series, is the perfect person to answer that question. Penny Dreadful and The
Game of Thrones Q&A with David Peterson today at GeekyCon! Posted on July 31, 2015 by Sue the Fury · 25 Comments Today at GeekyCon 2015 , David J. Peterson will be guesting at a special panel hosted by our friends at Game of Owns .