Step 11: Draw the hind leg on the other side of the body the same way. Use long angled lines for the leg and shorter lines that resemble less-than (<) signs for the dragon's claws.
Step 12: To the right of the neck, add the wing by first drawing a long, curved vertical line. Then curve the line so that the wing bends to the right. If you'd like, you can make this line longer or shorter depending on how big you want your dragon's wings to be. Add another somewhat parallel line to the right to make the wing base thicker. Make the end pointy.
Step 13: Starting at the corner of the dragon's wing, draw two long, curved lines for the inside part. You can draw more of these lines if you'd like but don't draw too many or it will start to look crowded. Connect these lines using shorter, curved lines. The line at the bottom will be the longest.
Step 14: To the left, draw a long, curved line for the wing on the other side.
Step 15: To the right of the wing , draw a very long, curved line for the top edge of the dragon's tail. Use another curved line for the bottom edge of the tail. The base should be thick and the tip pointy.