@Darksilverhawk: I'd print out a good detail-pic of the dragon, then pre-draw the desing with sewing-chalk onto the fabric. Next grab the color you want to use, a fine brush and some sort of fabric or cloth you do not necessarily need. I like to use a clean kitchen towel.
Gently rub at the chalk with the kitchen towel if you did any mistakes when pre-desiging the dragon, so you can make a clear layout of what you want.
Once you are done, start at either the top or bottom and rub a small piece of the design just good enough off, that you can just barelly see the lines.
Now tip you brush into the color and re-draw the lines - but stop a bit before the chalk.
It's better to only draw smaller pieces in one go, using little color, so you can avoid bloobs.
Repeat this process until you are completly done.
Then fix the color onto the fabric with by ironing - just like it's described on the lable of the color tube.
I've made the experience that sometimes they are not accurate thought, so I'd let them additionally dry a day, before washing.
This will also get any left-over chalk marks out
Good luck ^^
Note: This works. It's how I did the silver lines on Taigongs sleeves.