The Serif Font As Seen In Kirby's Adventure (NES).
the font i use for my 88×31 neocities buttons. designed to be used at 1:1 size, so it may look odd at larger sizes. i will update it as i need more chars, so keep checking for newer versions. has oldstyle numbers. includes latin/cyrillic (some diacritics), & greek (tonos marks but no dia's). alternative glyphs for g (2bl-storey, ğ), K (Ƙ), s (more horizontal, ƨ), Z (wider, Ƶ; narrower, Ȥ), Л (ball serif, Ԉ), б (serbian form, Ѣ), в (bulgarian, ѣ), д (cursive, ѿ)& и/й/ѝ (cursive, Ѡ/ѡ/Ѿ), п (cursive, ҏ), 8 (more horizontal, ȣ/§). (similar font i found after making this: http://www.pentacom.jp/pentacom/bitfontmaker2/gallery/?id=373)
Salem is a spooky condensed serif font containing 52 characters that make it suitable for a wide range of projects.
Characters include caps, numbers, and other symbols.
My First Serif Font!
Inverted Calligraphy style, at 0° and Vertical to Horizontal stroke ratio is 1:0.33.
This font has separate characters for Ð, Đ, and Ɖ!
Based off the font on Gary Numan's 1979 albums, Cars and The Pleasure Principle. I learned just now it's called Aquarius, a little font designed in 1972.
My first serif! If you have any alternates for this font post them below in the comments. And yes, I made the "y" like that on purpose. And no, most of this except the "y" is totally original. (I think?)
In develiping...This is a clone