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A private flight by SeanFarnam A private flight by SeanFarnam
I do play many hours of flight sim - I've flown a plane before, and I do kinda enjoy it... =) Runs in the family a bit.

Someday if I ever make it big, I wanna have my own private jet... X)

...put that on the long list of wants... >>
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rhammer1985 Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2012
Dear Gents,

May I use this picture for commercial purposes on my website?
Cheers Ruben Hammer
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SeanFarnam Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012
Uhm, depends on what you mean by 'commercial purposes'. If it means you'll be reselling it, hell no. If it means you'll be using it as a background pic or something with credit where credit is due, we'll talk about it. :)

I greatly appreciate you asking first! Sorry it took me so long to reply, I don't often check deviantart anymore. :(
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Meloncov Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2008
I think the lights on the top need to be fainter, and further away from pure white. Also, the bump map on the chair is a bit too much. But otherwise, it is looking excellent.
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SeanFarnam Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2009
Mmmmm... Mehthinks we have very different monitor types. Every time you criticize my work, I find it to be usually about some color, texture, or lighting out of whack, and I look for that, but usually cannot find what you're talking about.

You probably use a PC monitor, and take it from me, there's a big difference in the way color is handled going from PC to mac. :P

Makes me wonder if I should develop on a crappier monitor. I might produce better work, plus it would look even better on a mac screen. x)

As for what you're talking about here, there is a glow from a glare filter applied during the composite stage of the render, and everything gets a little brighter than it should be, yes, but it produces a nice effect. It may not be as bright in the cabin as it should be; I turned the lighting down to keep it more dramatic. I only added the above lights to give more interest to the piece. Also, the bump map looks fine on my monitor. I've seen embossed leather before, and it really does look like that. *shrugs*

This does present a problem, however... It makes me wonder how critiques are handled at Ringling between different monitor types. And how the heck do they solve the problem of differences in color handling?
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Meloncov Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2009
I assume that Ringling has the hardware to do proper gamma correction. I've adjusted my monitor using Adobe's gamma correction app, so it's not too terribly off, but it's only eyeballed.
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FinTaRa Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Excellent!
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SeanFarnam Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2009
Thank you. =)
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Shock9488 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
8o I like that cabin. XD Very awesome, E!
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SeanFarnam Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2009
Thanks, Shock... x)
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