Sunday, August 19, 2012

Dragon Dorsal Anatomy

Just solidifying how this mess of limbs works. Some artists attach the wings above the arms, but I find this doesn't provide the limbs enough room for their long scapula, or the powerful pectorals needed for flight. By attaching the wings below the arms you free up that much space for all their important and flight necessary anatomy. This is also means the furcula and coracoid are between the forearms and the wings, but as the majority of the dragons organs are in the ribcage and behind the wings, I don't think it would cause any problems. 

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