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I want to write my company name in different syyle.

Is it possible that i can write company name "Amoeba" with these type of waveforms.

or at least i can design letter "A" only using these wave forms.

I am not able to get a idea how should i do it. you guys are professional may be give me some ideas

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It's kinda difficult if you're limited to going up down and right only...but here's some starting points

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wow , thank u very very much buddy , i got the idea. Is it possible also to design big letter A only with small waves going up and down –  user873424 Jul 16 '11 at 17:11
    
+1 Exactly what I was thinking when reading the question. –  Kyle Sevenoaks Jul 16 '11 at 20:24
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