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"What is fan art?"
"What is CFAB?"
"Won't you get sued?"
"Do you link manga/anime fan art achives?"
"Where can I get my fanart archived?"
"Where can I get an honest critique of my fan art?"
"No! I have a different question!"

"What is fan art?"
Fanart is non-profit artwork done by fans of the characters of favorite TV shows, books, or,in this case, comic books.

"What is CFAB?"
CFAB is a collection of links for people who create or simply enjoy comic book fanart and archive it in a gallery on their website. CFAB is not a fanart gallery, it archives only the links to fanart galleries.

"Won't you get sued?"
Hopefully not. As fan-artists, we acknowledge that the characters we draw are not ours, and that we are not making any money off of them. The comic book companies, out of the kindness of their hearts, tolerate it.

"Do you link manga/anime fanart archives?"
Nope. Find out why here.

"Where can I get my fanart archived?"
While we do not archive any fanart on CFAB, we do provide links to fanart galleries that accept fanart submissions. Whether or not art is archived on a web gallery is specifically indicated in each entry of our links archive.

"Where can I get an honest critique of my fan art?"
Why, at....

1)Try the new message board Artistic Critique. A little slow right now, but it's picking up momentum.
2) The Gallery, a mailing list that gives you the opportunity to post your fan art for critiques and reciprocate the favor to fellow fan-artists. Make sure to read the rules first.
3)A comic book convention. Keep a lookout for these treasure troves of constructive criticism. Guest pro artists are usually amenable to veiwing and critiquing art. Be sure to have only 5-10 samples in a nice, easy-to-view portfolio. Too shy? Then try...
4) Us! Quin and Glockgal are both fellow fanartists, and if you're looking for a critique one-on-one (and if you think we're good enough to critique your work) then by all means e-mail and ask.

"No!I have a different question!"
Voice all you concerns here:


The suggestions, the questions, the good things and the bad:

Would you revisit CFAB?




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What We're Looking For--a checklist.

1)A fan art archive.
It can be part of a bigger site, or a site completely dedicated to fan art alone.
It can be an archive of your personal work or a collection of various artists.
2)Comic book fan art.
It must have, somewhere in the archive, comic book fan art. Having original characters, non-comic book characters are okay, as long as there is some(3+ pieces) comic book fanart located somehwere on you site.
3)"Westernized" fan art.
Yeehawww dawgie! No, we don't mean cowboy art only. ;p
We want archives that are not exclusively manga/anime. There are enough hubsites out there to take care of the manga sites, and we don't intend to become another one.
However, manga-esque interpretations of "westernized" comic book characters is quite acceptable.
4)Slash/hentai fan art.
Very accepatable, and quite encouraged! *Glockgal is shameless*
5)A Resource Site
You site must be one of three things:
  • A mailing list, message board or webring
  • A how-to-draw,tutor,advice site
  • A fan gathering site--this means links pages, communities anything fan-based
Of course, the last rquirement is quite broad and will be dealt with on an individual basis between archivist and the CFAB web-mistresses.
If you have a Resource page, submit here.
6)Linking to CFAB.
Once you are posted in CFAB, it is highly suggestable that you also link to CFAB. This, of course, is your choice, know.... You can find out how to link here.

Ready to submit your kick-arse archive? Have you read the Submissions checklist? You better have.

Fan art archivists submit here:


Website Name:

Website URL:

Fan-art archive URL (if different from website):

Comic book genre:
Mostly Marvel
Mostly DC
Mostly DC Vertigo
Mostly Image
Other (specify):

Gallery type:
Personal portfolio
Various artists collection
Select artists collection

Brief description of your site:

Do you take submissions?


Resource page maintainers submit here:



Website Name:

Resource Type:
Mailing list
Links page
Fan gathering

Other information:


Already submitted? Now we will:

1)Review you site for appropriate content.
2) E-mail you saying you've been approved, and a big, warm thank you.
3) Post your link in the next update.

All we ask is for you to be patient. Reviewing and updating take time, so don't get upset if you don't see your page the next day. Don't worry, it will get up there. Alrighty!


Link to CFAB

Aww, you wanna link to us? We have provided some buttons and banners to use, as well as the HTML code. Simply right click on the image you want, save it onto your desktop and upload it into your site directory. DO NOT take the image directly off of this page. If we find out, your site will immediately be taken off of CFAB. And Glockgal ain't named that because she just likes to look of guns. ;p

(HTML code-- cut and paste the code below onto the page you're using the link on. Don't forget to change the image to the one you've chosen.)
<!---code starts here---!>
<font size="-1">
A member of:<br>

<A HREF="">
<IMG SRC="http://your_site_/image.gif" height="40" width="70" border="0" alt="
CFAB-Your Comicbook Fanart Archive huBsite">
<!---code ends here---!>

For example, it should look like this, using the "cfab1.jpg" image:

A member of:

CFAB-Your Comicbook Fanart Archive huBsite

Also, if ya got the knack, feel free to play with the shape and size of the button/banner. You can also change the "A member of" part of the link to suit your own tastes. Have a ball!


The Banners and Buttons:

Eiwwwiee! Where are the good banners and buttons? These ones are lame.
Get more beautiful choices here.

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