I wouldn't classify the first one as a dragon. It's more like a unicorn and a wolf with perhaps a little Chinese, but only because the body is long and bends in ways that most dragons bodies can't. Other than that, it is just a new species altogether because there aren't really any mythical creatures other than other forms of humans such as elves. Fur along the spine of the back of dragons isn't too rare, but it's just not as common. plus, usually when dragons do have hair or fur there are scales along the sides and chest of the dragon. Without these key features you can hardly call it a dragon at all. But, nevertheless, it is a mythical creature with perhaps some dragon heritage. The second one may be partially Chinese because of the long whiskers which are very common for Chinese dragons, but it's body isn't very slender or long. On the other hand, it does seem to have a dragon like face and horns, but the resemblances stop there. The only ones that could really be classified as dragons are the last two, even though they don't have wings, because of the classic lizard/dragon like features, such as the neck, horns, and tail. the dog like legs are quite common for dragons these days, but are more of a new dragon feature, along with the metal armor look. It gives it more of a battle dragon kind of look. The spines on it's back have more of a rectangular shape unlike the usual jagged spines, short mane, or bones jutting out of it's back kind of look. It is unique and original. It has a texture similar to that of scales, so technically, it can be classified as a dragon. All of the dragons are very well created with the shading, body styles, and textures. Though it's not in color it does have exquisite shading that makes it seem like you can reach into the picture and touch the dragons. It's a remarkable piece of art!