Anybody remember the Breakthrough habitat manuel? I think I got it someplace. I haven't looked at it in years. I remember an article that said...If you were mounting some bream or crappie on driftwood, it would be more artistic to use 3 instead of 4. Same with flower arangement. I can't remember why. Except for the power of 3. Three is more asteticaly pleasing to the eye. Who comes up with this? Why does the eye see one thing more artistic or pleasing than another? Another thing I'm seeing alot is a base, like an oval or octagon, with habitat, and the driftwood or branch sticks over to the side and the fish or bird is not even over the base. It's off to the side. The fish next to it is straight over the oval and it's not as artistically pleasing?I think I'm gonna do this. Picture an oval base from walnut hollow, underwater scene, stump with a branch comming off one side. But this limb is 8 feet long and the bream is hanging over the other table, 8 feet away. Reckon the judges will like it? lol!