well, I really hate my scanner. totally ruined the eyes.
dragon facts by Kristen: wild dragons can vary in color, depending on the region, but most are fairly dark in color and have smooth, blended markings that are hard to spot with an untrained eye. Only dragons bred in captivity have these particular black, blotchy markings.
The color of bred dragons depends largely on the food they are allowed to eat and how much sunlight they are exposed to. For example, if you prefer the dark bluish-green variety, you should feed the dockie mosty raw fish or beef, and expose it to as much sunlight as possible during its first 20 years of life
For the reddish orange color shown here, you must feed the dragon mostly horse-meat and poisonous animals and keep it out of sunlight completely.
Notice the bluish glaze over the eyes? Dragons kept in darkness during their infancy are completely blind, but they have an extremely developed sense of smell, they can hear sounds as faint as .04 Db., and they have a wonderful sense of direction (they can navigate through sunless caves with the same accuracy that you navigate through your well-lit home) Because this particular breed of dragon secretes venom through its skin, it is important to have at least a dozen Mezgu aides to train and feed the dragon during its infancy. (more on the Mezgui later)