The Black Japanese Dragon is a beast known as the magicians pet. Many sorcerers and magicians have an animal like this to assist them with there magic. This particular species originated from ancient Japan just like the Chinese dragons come from ancient China. They were not always known to be owned just by magicians, regular folks that have patience and an open mind have owned them as guardians to protect their homes. They are said to be one of the best companions that any skilled individual can have. The black Japanese dragon is a very loyal animal that cares a great deal for its owner. They are very strong, and intelligent, but can be shy at times as well. They are the total opposite of the evil black dragon race. The areas that one can find a beast like this is on high mountain tops, lake sides, caves, and occasionally depending on the personality of the creature, the forest. If you can’t find one on foot, there are a number of breeders that raise black Japanese dragons but are usually hard to find because they keep their ranches hidden away from poachers and other evil doers that want to use the dragon’s strength in battle competitions. This dragon is a cross bred from black and green dragons which possess different powers between the both of them. Many owners have experienced dark mood swings from this animal from time to time, no one really knows what causes them, but the best thing to do is walk away from them until they approach you for forgiveness. Overall these creatures have their owners train and care for them, and give them a lot of respect and love. The identity of the Black Japanese dragon has charcoal colored skin, light cream underside, and fiery markings on the sides of its body. They also have a large crooked horn that sits right in the middle of their head. This tutorial will show you how to draw the black Japanese dragon step by step with easy to read instructions. This is the only dragon you will find online that looks like this, he came from my imagination and is a fictional character. I had this drawing in my binder for some time now and thought it would make a great addition to the Chinese dragon. I hope you love this tutorial as much as I do, Until next time.