Dragons; they evoke images of untamed lands where knights fight to their last breath to save the land they call home. To be realistic, most of the dragon drawings lean towards what can be called dragon fantasy art or fantasy dragon artwork, but it still is compelling. Similar to their origins, dragon art and drawings differ depending on their origin. European based fantasy dragon art conjures fear and trepidation while Asian dragon art fantasy symbolizes strength and power. According to Christianity, dragons symbolise evil. A common image of a European dragon would be one where the creature is shown breathing fire. However, in Asian art, the image is one of the dragon not breathing fire but cloud in most cases.
There are many tales on dragons from where dragon pictures and their fantasy art draws its inspiration from. "Beyond This Point There Be Dragons" is the latest book of fiction on dragons. Julie Burgess Wells writes each page with child like enthusiasm and wonder. The book inspires vivid dragon pictures. With stories like “Beyond This Point There Be Dragons” that blend fantasy and wonder, it is meant to interest both adults and their kids. Dragons, will always be exciting and their legend will never cease.