Thanks for making your first post @bud1121
I think you made a great effort. I also think you have a bit of a ways to go. When I look at this piece I get a bit distracted. And we dont want to have any distractions for our viewers while they are enjoying our piece. We want it to punch them in the face with the emotion we want them to feel instantly. I'll show you what I mean.
These are all questions that popped into my head while I looked at your piece. These are also things that are all pretty easy to fix. There is a huge opportunity here to give you a lot of information in one post but I think you would benefit from studying a lot more art, and theory on your own. I present a lot of theory, and process and paintovers in my critique posts so I would suggest rummaging through those in this critique forum to find some answers to questions you might have.
I think you would benefit greatly from doing a master study of a dragon from an artist you love. Copy it perfectly until you cant tell them apart and see how long that took. That's how long you should be taking to finish your own pieces to that degree.
This piece is very lovingly detailed and you utilized some good photoshop or procreate brushes with textures but I think that they didn't hide some of the fundamentals of light that you have yet to learn.
Just dont stop, and keep up the hard work.