A feisty nature serves young Widgiemoolthalite dragons well. Dappling on the wing webs provides camouflage in patches of dense foliage, including around the garden. These plucky opportunists are equipped with forward-sweeping horns and thorny spikes above the eyes, which come in handy when battling foes over tasty morsels; hatchlings are not above a little headbutting. An array of dorsal spikes make this breed something to watch out for when harvesting vegetables.
One of The Dragonlings Series, a collection of originally-designed baby dragons based on minerals and semi-precious stones.
Graphite on 9 x 12 inch vertically-oriented Strathmore 400 Series Mixed Media Board. Shipped in a 12 x 15 inch gold frame, and mounted on black linen backing paper.