I was sent a sketch by Candice who wanted help with an ambigram that reads "Angel" and "Belle" in different configurations.
I really appreciate this attempt, and looking at her solution, I would say that she has found the solution for this ambigram: The "a" of Angel automatically forms the "e" of Belle; the "n" of Angel conveniently translates into the double "l" of Belle; the "el" into the "B"; the challenge here obviously is the "g" and "e" combination.
In creating ambigrams, the ultimate goal is to make the words as legible as possible. In this case, I decided to change the usual configuration of the "e" by flipping it making it readable as a "g" the other way around. With testing, I think it worked.
Upon request, I made the "a" and "e" more curved and feminine.
I just hope that this ambigram will be a worthy tribute to Candice's friend.
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