Dragons are mythical creatures that appear in many different cultures and legends around the world. They are usually described as large, flying creatures with scales and claws that can breathe or spit fire. Some legends also describe them as intelligent beings that are able to speak or think. We have created 26 brand-new and free-to-use dragon coloring pages for you – from cute comic dragons to realistic, intimidating dragon creatures.
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Instructions on How to Use these Dragon Coloring Pages
We have put a lot of work into these new dragon coloring pages. Just choose the coloring page of your choice, click on the image and a new tab with a ready-to-print pdf will open. Just print this pdf and have fun with it! You can use all of these dragons to print for your personal use only – no commercial use. If you would like to use it for your own website, you can put it on, but you’ll have to insert a copyright link to this blog post.
Cute Dragon Coloring Pages
We’ve created a wide variety of cute comic dragons – from chubby baby dragons to cute fluffy horned lizards.
Realistic Dragon Coloring Pages
Under this category we have added the most beautiful realistic dragon coloring pages for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Are the Different Types of Dragons?
- Chinese Dragons: In Chinese mythology, dragons are depicted as powerful but peaceful creatures that bring good luck and prosperity. They often take the form of a snake or fish and are capable of rising into the air.
- European Dragons: These dragons are often depicted as vicious creatures that hoard treasure and devour humans. They often have wings, claws, and scales and are able to breathe or spit fire.
- Japanese Dragons: In Japanese mythology, there are several types of dragons that differ in appearance and behavior. Some are vicious and others are peaceful. They are often depicted as snakes or fish that are able to rise into the air.
Matthew Matthysen is a multidisciplinary artist. He completed his fine art degree, majoring in History of Art and Contemporary Drawing Practice at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa. The emphasis of Matthew’s practice was a research-based approach into the philosophical effects on the human experience of the macro and micro-universe. Through various mediums, such as written and practical components, Matthew explores various ideas located within the conjoined space between science and philosophy.
Matthew has had various exhibitions before and throughout his year of studies and continues to do so. He currently works as an artist/ writer in various contexts. He has commissioned and sold various works to galleries and collectors. He currently sells work to an online gallery (Artgazette) and continues to make work for the public and private sector. Matthew continues to function as an artist, allowing his work and skills to be utilized in various areas of interest.
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