This dragon has gotten a rare treat today! WARNING! MILD...ERM....GORE!!! Well, the story behind this picture is that this dragon caught himself a unicorn. OK, so not much of an acctual story, but now is a good time to write about dragons and unicorns in general. Dragons are carnivores. They need to eat somthing, please don't be offended. Unicorns, however, are hard to eat because their heads are so pointy. But those horns are brittle, used mostly in mating displays (they are hollow and ring.) So they tend to break of and fester in the would-be predator. But then the unicorn can't mate cause he has no horn. Its a visious cycle people. And on a side note, dragons tend to attack from above. And unicorns horns point up. Am I the only one that sees a conection? I made the dragon a more prehistoric type, and the unicorn the traditional goat/deer/antilope version more than a horse with a horn. Done entirely in charcoal! ^__^ To be more precise, red, white and medium black charcoal. On constuction paper. O_o?