Step 20: Use the angled line to the left of the neck as a guide to draw the first part of the ice dragon's wing. Follow the basic path of the line but make the shape thicker. At the top of the guide, draw a triangular shape for another spike. Continue to make the shape thicker. On the left side, where the joint is, draw another small triangle for another spike. Draw a curved, vertical line on the right side for a bit of the ice dragon's skin on the wing.
Step 21: Darken the long, curved lines on the left for the rest of the dragon's first wing. At the end of each line, draw a small triangle- like shape for spikes. In between the two spikes, draw a third spike. Keep the spacing between the spikes equal. Connect the spikes using curved lines to form the edge of the ice dragon's wing.
Step 22: Inside the wing, draw a line from the joint to the middle spike for extra detail. Draw the inner, bottom edge of the wing using a couple of curved lines. Add a spike here too and draw a line inside the shape for more detail on the inner wing. Using a few curved lines, draw the visible portion of the ice dragon's other wing above the head. Draw a spike at the tip of this wing too. Don't overlap the shapes on the head.
Step 23: Use the angled line on the far left side as a guide to draw the ice dragon's first hind leg. Lightly sketch the leg around the guide. When you get the shape right, darken the lines. The bottom part of the leg bends backward, so the top shape should overlap the middle section a bit. Just like with the front legs, draw three small, triangular shapes at the bottom for the claws. Add the dragon's toes as short, curved lines above the claws and connect them to the rest of the leg.
Step 24: Use the last line under the body as a guide to draw the other hind leg. Draw the shape of the leg around the guide line. The top part of the ice dragon's leg isn't visible from this angle. Draw the triangle- like claws on the right tip of the foot.