I rather like Cyrillic. It is only letters that differ in minor details like Ш and Щ that I find difficult to distinguish (depending on how bad someone's handwriting is, of course.). Armenian is definitely Tengwaritis-inducing, though. Georgian, not so much; I think it is one of the nicest looking natscripts around. As for Japanese, Korean, and Chinese scripts these are somewhat of a different issue since each logogram represents a syllable rather than a phoneme (Hangul is a bit of a mix here, mind you, since it's actually a featural alphabet).
Does it look like yours?
Given that I'm writing with a calligraphy pen and you're using ballpoint? Not really, no. I wrote my characters to be as similar as I could get to the ones on the Scythian
page. Unfortunately, I got the spacing messed up, so all my letters are perhaps a little too close together. The font looks quite a bit more angular than I first thought, looking at this new picture; I'm not exactly good at writing those.