As an artist I get a lot of good sketchbooks from friends and family (christmas, birthdays etc.) and as someone who works mostly digitally I've always had a hard time putting these to good use. Then I got this bright idea: why don't I just make other people fill them for me? This resulted in the creation of "Book of Dragons".
But why dragons? Having had similar projects earlier I've experienced that most people become very indecisive if they are asked to draw anything they want, so I knew I wanted a theme for the book. At the same time I didn't want every drawing to look more or less identical, and that's how I landed on dragons.
There is no "right" answer to what a dragon looks like. You can make it however you want! A scaly banana with wings? Dragon. A firebreathing chicken with human legs? Dragon, I would argue (that one's in the book by the way).
I excitedly prepared a book to start gathering dragons when I coincidentally just so happened to recieve a special edition "The Hobbit"-Moleskine with a dragon on it!
A few years have passed and the book is now almost full. If you'd like to see them I have scanned (some of, more coming soon) the book and put it it in a slide show below :)