Good criticism is fine, and I appreciate it! It really does look better (to me) than the photo, there is no green and the white marlin is predominantly blue and the squid red with hues of blue. But your right two panels would be better, I think?........I need to order some .25 acrylic.
The funny thing is I've made various LED panels and other do-dads and don't really care that much for most of them but this thing actually looks pretty neat. I'm pretty sure when my Charter boat buddy's see it all I'll hear is "where's mine", my favorite response is "your on the list", they know what that means!
We are pretty much in the White marlin capital of the world here and besides commercial fishing for 20plus years have done a lot of marlin tournament and fun fishing.
When you see White marlin balling squid its quite a sight, sometimes 20+ fish on a acre of squid. The squid can change color from red to clear blue to white and the marlin light up like a neon sign, almost like a glow, hard to describe and I can't tell you how many different colors I've seen on live billfish. We also have world class Blue marlin as well, the state record caught years ago (1978) by a Capt. friend weighed 1093 lbs. Its in a display case a few blocks from here. I actually repainted the beast about 6 years ago, 14' of fiberglass marlin on my back porch
Martin, the 6mm wide strips are more common now, even in RGB, Lumenedge Co. was where I first bought them but I bought some waterproof 6mm single color on Ebay
No Idea, across the pond....