I think I can elaborate myself a bit better than before...
I am a 19 year old young man from Finland, who has a deep creative passion. For now I've had mainly two hobbies with origamis and legos of the Bionicle era. I do believe I have also many other talents which I haven't been able to put to use, due to lack of funds and/or equipment, but I am willing to learn new things if an opportunity appears. Aside from artistic construction, I have the tendency to create backstories for nigh all characters I ever create. Whole worlds unfold constantly in my mind and I believe I could use this gift for developing video games for example.
I've had a deep passion for dragons since my childhood and it developed further after being introduced to the Legend of Spyro game saga, which I completely adore. After a few steps I began to characterize myself in the form of a dragon known as Monarth, which was my first and original personified character which I'm most bonded with. As life progressed and I faced different things, the color scheme of Monarth stayed as I created variations of him for different purposes, like a wolf with the same name for the game FeralHeart and a lego version as a species known as drachenian, a half-dragon creature, to be more builder friendly if anyone ever considered tributing him.
Even though I'm far from the typical artist, I have a big respect for the artistic community, especially dragon artists as I find it unique when someone has a deep connection with a personified character like I did and probably still do.
Although I'm willful to develop my personified dragon in appearance, I fear my artistic skill as a drawer isn't sufficient, even though I have a quite clear vision of the character. I may have to turn to other artists regarding this issue, but I'm not sure if I'm worthy.