|18 Dec 2005|| Dokii|
I love your theory! It probably is true, though I'm not sure. I haven't ask a dragon about it of late.
|2 Jan 2006|| Majik|
I think this theory was first proposed in the book 'The Flight of Dragons' I can't rember the name of the author.
It proposes that the dragon's second stomach produces hydrogen, giving the dragon greater lift, the wings being used more for maneouvering, the hydrogen could then be ignited as it leaves the dragon's mouth, either by a chemical reaction or by an electrical charge (as can be produced by living creatures, eg. electric eels).
|8 Jan 2006|| Silcatra|
He looks like he's saying "OooooOOOOoooo...So THAT'S what happens when [insert strange behavior here]."
So adorable. I want one.
|7 May 2006|| Anonymous|
He kinda looks as though he lives on bugs...And other insects...Also i want to say stones...Curious little beggar lol
|29 Dec 2006|| Anonymous|
This theory your saying here is the most logical i have heard of as of yet and also the most commonly accepted theory....
Also it is said that they found a dragon skeleton in a museum which were thought to be leftover bones but turned out to be a dragon skeleton (I doubt it's cool but it would be neta if it was right???)
|10 Jun 2008|| Anon.|
i think he looks like he eats fruit
|16 Jun 2009|| PYRO|
he looks like something that munches on pop cans regularily. =)
|16 Jun 2009|| Grace E Harrison|
^^ Ah, I’m like you, I think way too much about these sorts of things. I guess that’s what I get for being an artist-cum-geek. I love the delicate shading