The Mighty Tree Dragon tattoos another in my collection of dragon tattoos. The dragon usually is depicted as breathing fire but you can image that a tree breathing fire was not a good idea. I image this dragon breath out vines instead of fire. If you where to ink this design on an arm I would extend the tree roots around the arm even in a Celtic type mesh to finish of the design. I have done a greywash version of the tattoo design and a couple of color versions for you to choose from.
Tree Dragon Color background
Fully colored dragon and a bit of green in the background to fill it out.
Tree Dragon Design Colored
Fully colored design but no background color
Tree Dragon Greywash Tattoo
outline and some soft grey shading on this dragon.
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The Dracaena draco is known as dragon tree because it was once believed that the red resin exuded by from the trunk and leaves was actually dragon’s blood The term is still used to refer to this sap, which has a variety of uses. Dragon tree is an ancient plant native to the Canary Islands where locals used the tree’s resin for mumification and hair dye. Dragon Tree makes a good houseplant and can be grown in a sunny window. It is slow-growing, and will not grow large indoors. Young plants resemble yucca. It can be grown outdoors all year round in zones 10 and warmer. It will tolerate very light frost. Otherwise, it can be moved indoors during cooler weather. Outdoors it can grow to be a full size tree. It is tolerant of drought and resistant to insects and fire.
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