A short horizontal line added to the tops and bottoms of traditional typefaces, such as Times Roman.
Tonyblack wrote:I think you may be confusing the font called 'serif' with what an actual serif is. Apologies if I've got that wrong. A definition of serif is:A short horizontal line added to the tops and bottoms of traditional typefaces, such as Times Roman.
Here's an example of a font with serifs:
Incidentally, in Thief of Time Death send Susan a note via Death of Rats that is written in "heavy gothic lettering". That doesn't have serifs at all.
Welcome to the site by the way!
"Several pages of parchment had been filled up with Death's own handwriting. It was immediately recognizable. No one else Susan had ever met had handwriting with serifs.
It looked as though he'd been trying to work something out.
Not Klatch. Not Howondaland. Not The Empire.
Let Us Say 20 Million Children At 2LB Of Toys Per
Equals 17,857 Tons. 1,785 Tons Per Hour.
Memo: Don't Forget The Sooty Footprints. More
Practice On The Ho Ho Ho
- Hogfather p77 in hard back edition
Polly wrote:Hi I've got the victor gollanz hardback - there's no reference to the type of fonts used on the publishing page.
wiki wrote:In typography, a font (also fount) is traditionally defined as a complete character set of a single size and style of a particular typeface. For example, the set of all characters for 9-point Bulmer italic is a font, and the 10-point size would be a separate font, as would the 9 point upright.
Tnecromancer wrote:Polly wrote:Hi I've got the victor gollanz hardback - there's no reference to the type of fonts used on the publishing page.
If i have the book, dont you think i already know that.
Nice on the scanning front Batty, by the way. That is the bit. I need that font like i need a heart.
Tnecromancer wrote:... am I the only one that thinks death should write in gothica or something. Thanks.
Tnecromancer wrote:Also, a link to the most death like font download would be nice.
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