This weeks Featured Fantagian is DMJ! DMJ is a Fantage Instagrammer who does Fantage Art. He has won a number of Fantage Art contests, and most recently he was a winner in the User Inspired Items Robot contest. This means he had his items made on Fantage. Congratulations DMJ!
This weeks Featured Fantagian is Fario-P! Fario is a well known in the Fantage Deviant Art community, as well a content creator ShinyStarriNite on YouTube. She makes lots of content ranging from Fantage Stamps(One of her stamps features in the bottom of our page), to Fantage Pixel Art, to videos of speedpixelling Fantage avatars. Something amazing Fario also does is stitch together Fantage backgrounds for everyone to use. It’s really helpful and can be used to make high quality headers and other similar content. Here’s some more F2U content she’s created:
It’s been a long time since I’ve heard talk of Fantage Japan. I recently found the artist and designer who adapted Fantage to create Fantage Japan. Back around 2010, Fantage, or part of the rights to Fantage was sold to Korean online gaming giant Nexon. Nexon created Fantage Japan which became REALLY popular with regular Fantagian’s from Fantage.com because on Fantage Japan you could get all the items that were rare on Fantage.com. As seen below, you could easily get dancing king/queen crowns, and items such as the Shamrock glasses which were extremely rare on regular Fantage.com at the time. It was also popular because you could create “rare” usernames (see “pony” in the image below). Maybe the best thing about Fantage Japan was that there were no Premium Members, everyone could get all the items.
This weeks Featured Fantagian is Jinx-ix! Jinx-ix is an accomplished Deviant Artist who does Fantage Pixel Art. She also does many other styles of art such as digital drawings.We really liked the detail in her artwork. These eyes she’s drawn are amazing!
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While I’ve known about SWF’s for a long time, I’ve recently found a very old post on Fantage Forum with more Fantage resources. Get HYPED editors and item pack makers. You can get official already clear .png’s of Fantage clothes, accessories, moodies and more with ALL of the movements (wave, cry, etc.). I’ll tell you how to find them after the “continue reading” jump.
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When Fantage first began the comet in April 2008 it was a monthly paper, rather than weekly as it is now. Similarly to the Fantage Blog, the Comet was presented as written by “Himani” to begin with, but changed to “M” at a similar time to the blog.
Each issue of the Comet had cool things that many people have forgotten about. In the Comet you can get Official Fantage themed Wallpaper, Note taking sheets, Cards, Colouring Sheets etc. I think the artistic community of Fantage will really love this stuff.
After a bit of digging around, I found 9 Archived issues of the Monthly Comet from 2008. Continue reading “Fantage Throwback: The Original Comet”