Step 5: Draw a curved spike at the tip of the initial arc for the front part of the wind dragon's beak-like muzzle. Angle the line to the left to create the mouth. Draw the mouth farther right than the eye. Darken the top part of the arc for the muzzle and add a small angled line for the nostril. Higher up, draw a few small, spiky shapes for the brow that's on the other side.
Step 6: On the top part of the dragon's head, lightly sketch a couple of curved cone-like shapes for the dragon's horns. Make the bottoms of the horns thick and the tops pointy. Curve the horns to the left and then curve them upward. Place the horns on the edge of the initial circle. You can make the horns as big or as small as you want.
Step 7: Darken the bottom part of the initial arc to create the dragon's lower jaw. Inside the muzzle, near the top, draw a couple of small angled lines for the other nostril. On the left side of the initial circle, draw a small cone-like shape for another horn.
Step 8: Use the angled line under the dragon's body, on the right, as a guide to draw the first arm. Follow the path of the guide and lightly sketch the shape of the arm around it. Use short, curved lines around the guide at the top to emphasize the muscle structure. The forearm should tuck into the top arm a bit. When you get the shape right, darken the lines. Make the bottom part of the shape thinner for the wrist. On the bottom, left side, draw a couple of small, pointy shapes for the fingers that are folded back.
Use the angled line on the left as a guide to draw the dragon's hind leg in a similar way. Lightly sketch the thick shape of the leg around the guide. Make the top part wide and the bottom narrower. The top part of the leg should be similar to a curved letter V. When you get the shape right, darken the lines. The bottom half of the dragon's leg should be tucked behind the top half. Make the bottom half thinner. Curve the shape at the bottom and add a couple of spiky lines on the left for the toes pointing back.
Step 9: Use the long, angled lines on top of the body as guides to draw the dragon's first wing. Darken the lines and add a small, triangular shape where the line bends on the top, right side for a claw. Add an extra line on the bottom to make the base of the wing thicker.