A design of dragon I made to see if I still remembered how to draw with graphite pencils. The idea is that the whole back, tail and part of the animal's head is covered by rocky scales, and those spicky protuberances are supposed to defend the dragon from other creatures. Maybe because it's kinda slow and not very tall. But one of those horns could easily cut open another dragon. Why does it looks halfway done? Because... well, let's say... no, it's not that I ran out of paper (eyes lower part) but I've seen that style in the art of Fernando Molinari, in the books of Ediciones Continente from Argentina (books about wizards, faeires, dragons, etc), and I wanted to try it... maybe I could make it look as good as in those books. Did I do it?