No, if it is OK, let me add a few pictures here of some murals that I have painted around the World. I have some pictures with both the lights on and also off, to give you some perspective. For other pictures, I have just the murals in the dark. And, for those who haven't seen the thread that has been going on for a while about fiber optics and painted ceilings... you can see it at: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1260948
Here is a picture of a mural I painted in a California home theater. With the black lights on the paint fluoresces (which is good if you want to see brighter stars during a movie). With the black lights off, you will see stars for most of the movie.... but the beauty of the mural is to view it with no lights on at all. Like turning the theater room into a relaxation room also, or a mini-planetarium.
Utah Home Theater with beams in it...
Here is a section of a mural showing the Orion constellation
I can't remember where this star ceiling was painted... but I think I caught the tail end of the lights being turned out (from the look of the soffit). Hey, I'm learning. :-)
This is a theater room ceiling in Texas...
Now this Amarillo, TX game room ceiling was crazy. Not only was it long and wide, but... it was 22 feet up, I had a 15 foot ladder, and at the top (the ceiling slanted) luckily there was a beam to hold onto... but it was scary up there. Obviously in the light.
Here's he same Amarillo ceiling with the lights out... (If you look closely, you can see the beams)
This is an indoor swimming pool (I know... Duh, right?) in Las Vegas...
Same swimming pool in the dark (pic was enhanced)
Painting that indoor swimming pool... (My wet shorts in this picture are about how my shorts looked after painting the Amarillo ceiling above)
Theater ceiling in Montreal, Canada...
A Florida ceiling, right after the black lights were turned out, and the shutter left open just a little too long.
This last one is of a round skylight mural that I painted for a lady in London. It's on canvas and 4 feet in diameter.