Yes, I can do that. It sounds harder on paper than it actually is. First we need the Kamea, also known as a magic square, which is found here:
Then, we need to break down the name into numbers. I will use my own name for this example and include the numerology table I mentioned. I’ve dropped the vowels and the additional 5 and 3 to help make the sigil cleaner.
This leaves us with the numbers 3, 8, 9, 3, 1, and 5.
Now, find the number 3 on the kamea and begin to draw a line to the next number of the sequence we created (which would be 8). Think of it like the Connect the Dots picture books where you draw lines to each number based on their order. When you connect the last number, it is the end of the sigil. Here is the example of the sigil being made:
If you like, you can add circles or arrows to mark the first or last number, as well as anything else you wish to make it look pleasing to you. Usually, I just free draw the sigil I just made on the Kamea onto a flash card for ritual, but you can use the initial copy if you would like, as the Kamea itself can empower it. Here is an example of a quick redraw of the sigil I just made with some added details to make it pleasing.
It is a bit more work as far as sigil making goes, but it can be powerful as you are putting more effort into making it.