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About #Anthro-Dragon-Feet

Here's the space for pictures which include the great combination of anthro dragons and bare feet. It doesn't matter if the feet are plantigrade or digitigrade - as long as they do not have shoes, they are gladly welcome. Beside anthro dragons you can also find other scalies here! If you like this combination, please join the group. Also, everyone can submit artwork to this group.



(1) Membership application

Everyone can join this group. You don't need to have a fetish for feet or something like that. Also, you do not have to be an artist.

You can also just join the group as member even if you are just watching! Even if you don't submit art, you are representing yourself and support the group by your linking in the group listing.

As a group contribibutor your request will be auto-approved.

The condition is, that you post regulary into our gallery and you have to take care that your posts are matching to our rules and gallery.

If you are already a regular member, please ask us if you want to become a contributor!

If you are not a member, you can directly join as contributor, but it will need 1 of 2 votes so your application will be approved. So, please convince us in the application that you will post many pictures in our gallery ^^

(2) Art submission

Everyone can submit art in the gallery of the group. You don't need to be a member to support the group with additional artworks. Also, you can suggest group favorites. Art requests from Members and Non-Members will be accepted by an administrator (1 of 2 votes needed).

Usually, all artwork - from members or non-members - will be added to the groups "Gallery" section. Only if the artist declines our request, we will add the respective images in the "Favorite" section (where we do not have back-links to our group).

(3) Art approvement

Requirements to the content

On the pictures there must be at least one anthro dragon or anthro scaly (crocodile, lizard etc). Feral/quadruped dragons are only allowed in exceptional cases (e.g. if the feet are really pretty).

The feet have to be drawn clean and proper and should be good visible.

If possible the feet should have any relevance in the picture or the picture composition - they should be in the focal point, having weight or showing a certain stance etc. The feet don't need to be in the centre of the picture.

Of course, if there is any special attention to the feet, e.g. if the characters play with their toes, show their soles or tickle themselves, it is allowed.

Since only digitigrade and plantigrade feet are allowed, hooves might not match.

Socks, shoes or boots are not allowed.

Please look at this blog entry for more information and example pictures: anthro-dragon-feet.deviantart.… .

Composision and Quality Requirements (NEW!)

We neither expect masterpieces nor do we make an evaluation grouping the images into good or bad. The proposed images should be interesting, varied (i.e. the composition should be diversified) and meet a certain quality. This includes the cleanliness of the lines and colors, as well as a possible regular representation.

Exceptions and marginal cases

1. If there's something disgusting or if the image has a bad context like excessive gore, it might be declined even if it would be allowed by the general rules.
2. Bandaged feet are couting as bare feet and are allowed.
3. If the characters wears toe-free boots, it is also accepted since the toes are visible.
4. Feral dragons are only allowed in exceptional cases.

If you are unsure about a submission, just ask us or submit it directly. We will take care about it.

Our folder structure

Both, Gallery and Favorites have an identical folder structure.

Feet which are digitigrade, that means the dragons are walking at "tipped toes" like cats and dogs:
- Digitigrade Anthro Dragons (Anthropomorphic dragons)
- Digitigrade Feral Dragons (Quadruped dragons - no new Submissions allowed)
- Digitigrade Common Scalies (Snakes, Crocodiles, Lizards etc.)

Feet which are plantigrade, that means the dragons have feet like humans:
- Plantigrade Anthro Dragons (Anthropomorphic dragons)
- Plantigrade Common Scalies (Snakes, Crocodiles, Lizards etc.)

Copies of very nice artworks:
- Featured

Artworks which do not match to the categories mentioned above:
- Miscellaneous

If a picture contains multiple characters with different foot types on the same picture, we will leave copies in the respective folders.

If you don't know what digitigrade or plantigrade means, here are some references: and www.webscolaire.jeaneudes.qc.c… .

Currently we have no onguligrade section (= dragons with hooves) as well as no feral plantigrade section. As soon as we'll find some pictures with that content, we will add those categories. Please feel free to suggest some pictures with the new foot types!

(4) Have fun!

Just have to say: Have fun with this group. I hope you'll find the artwork which is collected here nice and useful.

If there is anything you like us to improve, just drop us a note :-)

Group Info

Here's the space for pictures which include the great combination of anthro dragons and bare feet. It doesn't matter if the feet are plantigrade or digitigrade - as long as they do not have shoes, they are gladly welcome. Beside anthro dragons you can also find other scalies here! If you like this combination, please join the group. Also, everyone can submit artwork to this group.
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In the group favorites you'll find some featured artwork as well as every artwork where the artists did not want to add it to our gallery. (So we only fave it without any backlink)





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After 10 months we didn't had any pictures made for our group. The contest is cancelled :-(

It seems like nobody was interested, neither in the contest, nor in the prices.

You can still submit pictures in the folder "Raptor feet" which will exist permanently.
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lectraplayer Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I come to this group looking for help i drawing the feet of my dragon, which appears now to be unlike anything ever imagined before. I haven't seen another version of them yet. I am still looking for technical info on this type of foot, or foot design in general.

It also appears this group may have also become mostly a fetish art dump. Am I missing a lot of stuff or something?
ReptileCynrik Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2016

I'm not the leader of this group... but I understand what you mean by "fetish dump". Well, this can't be avoided sometimes... after all, many people connect feet to a certain "sexual" feeling.
I can only suggest you browse through the gallery to look for helpful references... there ARE some good artworks here, after all.

lectraplayer Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I see a few "human" plantigrade, and "dog" digitgrade (including raptors) but am looking for a star-shaped foot. Three toes forward, two backward. Those seem to be rare to nonexistant.
ReptileCynrik Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2016
Hm, yeah... this IS rather unique, indeed.
Maybe you try to check the "dinosaur" feet... in the "DINOSAUR" folder of this group here:


Or the "DRAGONS" here:


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lectraplayer Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Where do I ask questions about the feet on my dragon? This one, I call plantigrade as his weight rests on a brick-like bone structure center foot, but the toes project in all directions, with three toes in the front and two in the back. These feet can also grasp, both to support his weight and to handle tools or objects. How would you classify this type of foot?
ReptileCynrik Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2015

if the foot is able to grasp something it's usually NOT supporting most of the weight. In this case I would call it "digitigrade" because of the nature of this foot.
A "plantigrade" foot usually supports the weigt on the entire sole of the foot!
lectraplayer Featured By Owner Edited Sep 10, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I do need to make better technical drawings of his foot. He can sit and use tools with his foot, or grab poles, walls, tree limbs, etc to support his weight in a structure, or walk "flat footed" on flat ground with most of his weight on the brick like bone directly under his ankle, to which his toes connect. His toes project in all directions from his sole (or I guess the brick would make up the supporting structure of the sole) with the toes loaded lightly on flat ground.
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