An ambigram I started drawing today. It's a tough one...there's 1 letter that repeats most often, and it's drawn in three different styles and two different cases...what a pain!
If anyone can read this, it will be a miracle!
12 months ago
i see 'Hairer'(?) love the style :)
@Jack, you got the last three letters. ;) Thanks for the kind words!!!
You're a guy? i don't why this whole time i thought you were a woman, haha :$
Why are you so good at ambigrams D:
The 'rer' stood out immediately, absolutely love how you've drawn it. The middle 'R' in particular with its really high waist is beautiful. I also see an 'a' as the second letter but I'm guessing from what @Jack said, that's not exactly it.. Just really want to get that first letter!
Ambigrams are hard to do, so I applaud you! Is it 'fairer'?
@Claire Coullon An "E followed by a really close i"?
@Jeff Jenkins, @Claire Coullon, you guys are good kind. I consider this ambigram a failure because it's not barely legible & barely readable. So right now, it's just an exercise. ;)
As for what it says....it says "FEDERER"
@Kishan Patel, sorry to disappoint ya. But yes I am a guy. Deal with it. :D
Great!....mmm...I'm thinking but I can't figured out the word....:-/ @Nikita Prokhorov
I couldn't read the first three letters, probably because the first E is very thin and very close to the F, for the needs of the ambigram, but this last R is Real !
Damn, I do see it now. Don't know how I missed 'D' in particular but you're right though, it's probably the mixture of upper/lowercase. For the first 'E', I wonder if you could extend the serif-y bits (amazing terminology again) slightly to make them more obvious as crossbars. I don't think it would affect the recognisability of the 'R' since that letter was quite noticeable anyway. (That said, I'm definitely no amibgram expert).
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