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Do You Know Your Dragons?

While, traditionally, there are two general forms of dragons indicated in common culture (European and Chinese) you’d be amazed at how many variations you can find.

Fire Dragon by Federico Ginabreda
Fire Dragon by Federico Ginabreda

If you look closely, this dragon seems to have prehensile thumbs. Guess someone won the evolutionary jackpot!

No Fear by Kelvin Liew

No front legs, but definitely not serpentine! We may have a new category!

 

Butterflies Of Fire by Randy Vargas
Butterflies Of Fire by Randy Vargas

The fantasy version of the child-leash(™) looks very effective

Flying Dragon by Chema Mansilla
Flying Dragon by Chema Mansilla

Is this a face only a mother could love? With a wingspan like that, I’m not sure it matters!

Lair Of The Pigeongoyle by Cristian Chihaia
Lair Of The Pigeongoyle by Cristian Chihaia

This dragon just looks perfectly at home on its perch.

The Sea Dragon by Edouard Noisette
The Sea Dragon by Edouard Noisette

Looks like someone has reached the end of the map. Here there be dragons, indeed!

Desert Dragon by Mike Azevedo
Desert Dragon by Mike Azevedo

This dragon may lack wings, but I don’t think that slows it down in the slightest!

Joseph The Ancient Forest Dragon by Mike Azevedo
Joseph The Ancient Forest Dragon by Mike Azevedo

So do you think the knight is there to fight or to talk? Either way, I think he needs all the luck he can get!

Storm Dragon by Randy Vargas
Storm Dragon by Randy Vargas

Normally I favor European dragons over Chinese-styled. This image just might change my mind!

Black Dragon by aishwaary anant
Black Dragon by aishwaary anant

No gap in scales over this beauty’s chest, no sirree.

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