|Flying Minor Norwegian Dragon - Head, Body, and Tail|
The basic shape of the dragon is very easy to see, from the tip of the snout, down the neck to the rounded body, to the barb at the tip of the tail. The threads where the neck joins the body are not part of the wings, although they are suggestive of where the wings will be eventually.
Part of the challenge of mastering these dragons is the use of a new (to me, at least) technique, the Single Shuttle Split Ring (SSSR). All the rings of the dragon's backbone are SSSRs. The pattern does not explicitly teach you how to do the SSSR, but does provide a link you can follow to find instructions on how to do it.
I am just starting on the wings, which are started separately and each is joined to the body as you work it.
Soon I should have a Snow Dragon to bring me cool thoughts during these hot summer months!