Friday, April 27, 2012

Y is for Yong


A Yong is a Korean dragon, with gold or yellow scales and a white mane and whiskers. They have feelers they use to find prey underwater, and they make a sound similar to a yodel. Each of their feet has four toes, and they live in the volcanic mountain springs of Korea. They like to prey on musk deer. And they are also fun to draw.

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  1. Oh this is totally cool. I love dragons and this one yodels? Neat!! :)

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    1. Thanks! And yodel starts with y, too...

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  2. Beautiful drawing. Strange that the dragon doesn't grow a camouflage. They'd be easy to spot in their bright yellow scales.


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    1. It's true. Maybe there's yellow flowers or something? I guess dragons wouldn't be scared of much, though!

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