And if you write a page in this script at a normal handwritten speed, it doesn't look half bad. It doesn't look too artificial or "fake"... at least I don't think so...
Also, like I said, it's pretty regular. The -o's are pretty much just the Latin consonant components, and the rest of the vowels mostly have regular modifications from the original Latin letters they were based on. The -a's extra stroke goes towards the left, the -e's go to the right, etc. Easy to learn... There are a few irregularities, but they're there for a reason. The s row, I discovered, would have been a little awkward to write had I left them in their unaltered, albeit rather regular, form.
However, I didn't design this script for any particular reason. I guess I was just proving to myself that Toki Pona is easily adaptable, easy to invent scripts for. I can't say I know how this script would be in actual use. I never had, nor do I have right now, any intents or purposes to even suggest this script be used by others. I guess you could say this was just an exercise for me.
Now, time to design a more fluid, cursive version. . . hm.