trying to make up for Drak'es long-windedness with rapid updates.
it's not exactly relevant, but Drake learned English in a time when masculine pronounes were used as a universal, so when he refers to the heir as a "he" it doesn't mean that only males could inherit. Female dragons tended to be larger and even more vicious than the males, so dragons tended not to follow the human trend or patriarcal societies.
re Butterscotch: well here's half of it ahead of schedule.
re Imola: oh, both as usual. Here's half the solution...
re teurastaa: I doodle hand s a lot for practice.
re kreestuh: he's from a royal family, but not first born.
re Mr.Blackbird: well, there's half of the solution.
re sarall: I wanted them to be paw-like, so I made them stubby.
re kasi,: I break the hands down into rectangular shapes as I draw them and usually look at my own hand as a model as I draw.
re TheDemonDragonCat can't guarantee that. He's considerable larger than a cat, so he might take of a limb.
re 2SkyDragon: after the first five hands I was sorely tempted.
re doom Bubbles: thanks ^_^
re Neko with a Katana: I know, I've breen practicing hands for ages since they're so hard to do but so crucial.
re Onasaki: I think they're trying to avoid that approach.
re Angelzora: I tried to clear up the text a bit on this page, is it easier to read?
re Mythee:*plucks out eyebrows and puts in bag labled "in case of death, give to Mythee"*
re Enkida: I tried to make the text clearer on this page, is it any better?
^ hey look a famous Battle Angel pose icon is right above me. XD
Yes, the text is easier to read on this page, thank you. But no, for me, it's still not "easy" to read, kind of like 50% grey on an 80% grey background. ^^; That's okay I guess, it is your comic so do what you think looks best. :-)