- Their New (aka "After") work as a Framed Fine Art Print
- One-year deviantART Premium Membership
- The dA PRO Nomad Bag
- A deviantART Hoodie of their choice*
Okay then, rude.
Still, It looked pretty nice.
That depends on what type of artist they are though. Those of us with webcomics are going to have a lot of deviations because we post a lot of pages.
I also do a lot of traditional work, too. I just don't post all of it (sometimes because I'm a little too lazy to take a picture and crop it and everything, but also because these days, every traditional piece I've done that I think looks good, I'm saving for my portfolio for uni. I can't post anything that I plan on putting into my portfolio online because one of the unies I applied to doesn't allow that).
What I'm noticing is how most of the drawings that make it to the front page are anime drawings, most of which look like the same style's been used. Mind you, I've got nothing against anime (I used to draw in that style, though I'm trying to branch out of that and go more towards semi-realism). I just don't like how over 75% of front page deviations are anime digital drawings, some of which aren't really that original.