This is a continuation of my last entry. Above is a different representation of the LICO alphabet, with the letters turned 45 degrees counter-clockwise, and rearranged into a symmetric pattern. The letters seem to arise more naturally in this orientation, but then Schmeikal rotates them into his normal schema.
And to the right is a diagram of the logical expressions that correspond to the letters above.
After making these new diagrams, I became inspired and made a few other figures to share with you.
These two versions, with triangles instead of line segments, and also with borders between adjacent triangles removed:
And these two versions, with quarter circles, and also with edges between adjacent quarter circles removed:
[* 11.50, *11.58]