Another joyous public-domain dragon-drawing tutorial by Dee Dreslough! Feel free to redistribute and repost however you like.
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Next, you start to add the hand-parts and the finger bones. In many dragons, people choose to have one or two 'thumbclaws' jutting out from the front of the hand. This makes good biological sense, because these thumbclaws help the dragon grip surfaces if it's climbing or landing, and they can be used to help the dragon preen or grapple with an opponent.