I was quite happy to see this for two distinct reasons. One of them being that it's an absolutely beautiful piece of art. Kudos to you Ironshod!
The other is that you're one of the very few artists out there who, intentionally or not, properly proportioned this dragon's wings.
In response to RyuDragon-derp's comment:
Suprisingly, that wing size is actually appropriate. About 95% of the dragons I see depicted have an insufficient wingspan.
People don't realize just how big wings need to be to support the weight of a heavy being like a dragon.
The Albatross, the biggest bird on our planet, weights about 10kg and features a 3.4m wingspan.
So you have to consider that a dragon, which has a much firmer skeleton, skull, claws and much heavier skin and scales, would weight
quite a bit more than these birds. So this body-to-wing proportion is far more physically accurate than most we see.
Just for fun, humans weight anywhere between 60 and 80kg on average. If we had wings, we'd need something like a 25m wingspan!