A really slept on rule that many people fail to comprehend is that you pick a name because the letters in it are letters that you can draw well, and have potential to express your style or the direction your style will take. For example, ONOROC has almost entirely curved letters, using a lowercase "N" so his style is very curvy and round... https://www.google.com/search?q=ono...y86AQ&bih=894&biw=1366&client=safari&hl=en-us Contrast that with Revok, who is using his "R" and "K" on opposite ends to balance his letters, with a rounded "E" and "O' anchored on a sharp "V" in the middle. https://www.google.com/search?q=rev...brIDg&bih=894&biw=1366&client=safari&hl=en-us So for my name, I liked "S," "A," "R," and "E." That influenced my choice. If you are picking a word for your name that is an actual word (you run the risk of picking a name that is taken, as most normal words are taken these days) , you are probably not trying to do this, and will struggle with your letters for FUCKING YEARS. Make your life simpler. Make a list of the letters you like to draw that you think will fit the style you want, and see what combos of those letters work best for you. Even if it is unpronounceable, as some names are, it will certainly be easier to master. Just my two hundred cents.