3D Alphabet

Letters of the alphabets are so ... two dimensional! Well, no more - thanks to Ji Lee of Please Enjoy (previously on Neatorama), who rotated letters around their central axis to give us The 3-D Alphabet: Link - via It's Okay To Be Smart 

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It looks as though they are not, in fact, rotated on a central access. But they are rotated from the farthest most left point of the 2D letter.
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Why does M look wrong relative to N?

I thought the center peak would be pointing down.

Not sure his methodology produces the best 3-d-rotated alphabet.

Exceptions should be made in the name of usability. He fails to switch rotation-axis-side for letters that exhibit a "handedness" and would look better a different way, ex: J.

Z also seems slightly more right-handed than it is left-handed.
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