One of the most frequent methods of making sigils, and the one I rely on for this script, involves reduction of a word or phrase to certain letters. Typical rules for this reduction involve removing vowels and repeating letters from the phrase. Those letters are then mapped on a grid or shape of some sort.
In order to mimic this process, the Sigil Maker relies on an unseen grid of coordinates. Each set of coordinates is given a corresponding consonant. Which letter goes where is randomized every time the script runs, creating a 5 x 4 grid of consonants. The script will then make a sigil based off of a phrase you give it. The phrase is reduced per standard sigil rules, then converted into a list of coordinates based off where each letter falls on the sigil grid. The Sigil Maker then hands that string of coordinates to Canvas, which uses the coordinates to draw a shape. The image is then returned, along with a “key” that can be used to recreate the image at any time.
Future versions of this script will include the ability to generate sigils in multiple colors and sizes.