Oh, this is funny! Making cool dragons and dragon clip art. I have always loved dragons, have been reading books about dragons for my children, and I love fantasy, films and books.
But making dragon drawings takes a lot of time, so there will be only a few, at least in the start.
After a while I hope to be able to provide you with lots of different dragons. Chinese dragons, water dragons, dragon babies, and what else might pop up in my head.
For now you will only have a few dragons to choose from, but please have patience and have a look maybe every month. Then you will be able to find new dragon drawings and dragon images.
You are also very welcome to have a look at some of the other pages at this website, Koi Fish Drawings, Silhouette Clipart and maybe some of the other pages, that you can see on the buttons to the left.
You can use the dragon clip art on letters, mails, invitations, scrapbooks, websites and a lot more. About the rules for using my original material, please go to Homepage. The rules are few and simple, because I want it to be as close to public domain as possible.
|Dragon drawings||Dragon clip art|
|Dragon sketch JPEG||Dragon red and green JPEG|
|Dragon clipart||Dragon clipart|
|Cool drawing of green dragon JPEG||Black green dragon JPEG|
|Dragon clip art||Dragon clip art|
|Fire-breathing dragon JPEG||Fire-breathing dragon GIF|
|Dragon clipart||Cool dragonhead|
|Cool Desert Dragon||Dragons head|
You will find more cool dragons later on this page, but here you will also find:
(The following information must be taken with a rather huge grain of salt, but if you like the thought of a world, where dragons are still living in remote areas, please read on!)
Dragonology is a rather neglected science, which unfortunately is not very widespread at universities anymore.
There are few books about the subject, such as "Dragon World - Secrets of the Dragon Domain" by S A Caldwell, and "Dr. Ernest Drakes Dragonology", both should be possible to find in libraries of a certain standard.
Stories about dragons, their origin, living conditions, propagation, types of dragons, etc. are numerous and often highly variable. Almost every country has it own Dragon Fable, and the fables are of course particularly alive in areas where dragons can still live in peace.
Once you have been bitten by the science of Dragonology, it's incredibly entertaining to travel around the world, to seek out elderly people who usually still remember the most fantastic stories about dragons, dragon fighters and dragon riders. Often this is the same person, who saves the region's discovery of dragon claws, dragon skin, and maybe a piece of a dragon egg. And if this very person allows it, you will also find oral or written dragon tales about blue dragons, bearded dragons, fire dragons, fire breathing dragons (which some common people might think is the same thing, but as you will see later, that is not the fact!) and Chinese dragons.
Now I will give you some more Dragon Clip Art, and later present you with the Dragon Fable:
|Dragon drawings||Cool dragons|
|Head of blue dragon||Dragon head of flying dragon|
|Cool dragons||Dragon drawings|
|Climbing green dragon||Fire dragon|
The first dragons lived on earth even before man. They were created in the fire and the extreme heat that occurred during the violent volcano eruptions and massive eartquakes when continents broke away from each other.
Some dragonologists claim that earth was at the same time bombarded with meteors, maybe the meteors were actually the cause for the changes with the one great continent divided into more and smaller ones. Anyway, these dragonologists believe that these meteors brought with them eggs from giant reptiles from other planets.
Other dragonologists claim that the enormous heat somehow influenced the eggs of dinosaurs and other giant reptiles, already living on earth, and thereby created these fantastic creatures, the dragons.
But which version it might be: The dragons were here on Earth.
As the continents moved apart, the dragons spread all over the world, and eventually they evolved into different species. Some of them are extinct, such as the Celtic Dragon (though some dragonologists are convinced that the Celtic Dragon is still living in some remote areas), but apart from that we know of seven different major species today:
The Water Dragon:
This is a drawing of a water dragon, seen in 1980 in The Pacific Ocean.
The Blue Dragon:
Fire Breathing Dragons:
The Bearded Dragon:
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