I did finish up the dragons, though I feel they were not as light in tone as they should have been. I sealed them twice since they are probably going to get handled a lot by children; I hope the extra coat helps reduce wear and tear on them.
These models were from the Reaper Bones line, which has been notoriously difficult for me (and others) to get paint to stick to as advertised. You're supposed to just apply acrylic paint directly to an unprimered Reaper Bones model, but that has never worked in my prior experiences. Forgetting this, I primered them as normal. And then I realized this was a problem since the primer was never going to cure. So they got thrown in Super Clean for twelve hours to clean them off. Now, I'm not entirely sure what happened, but after I rinsed them off, acrylic paints stuck to them just fine. It's probably the caustic nature of the Super Clean that did something to the surface of the PVC or it removed a stubborn mold release that normal soap and water can't touch. I plan to try it with some other Reaper Bones models I have to see how exactly this works.
The next batch of things is more Sylvaneth for Age of Sigmar. I actually don't have too much to go on them, considering that the bulk of the army was the forty dryads. Then I have more Space Marines to assemble and paint.