Quoted from tamoore:
Looks like the bulbs were just randomly placed. "Random" is the look I think the light artist was going for.
It's obvious that the LED "light artists" (snicker) are trying to make the translite art "pop" by placing a colored bulb behind the art.
The colored bulbs almost always match up with an art feature on the translite.
Like this cue ball, the only bulb that's completely out of sync with the art is the pink bulb in the cowboy's lower back, he must have run out of blue bulbs.
See how the guy put a blue bulb behind the cowgirl's jeans to make them glow blue? But the color bleeds all over her hands.
And there's a blue bulb behind her hat and the two cowpokes in the background. Them cowpokes are wearing demin ain't they? Make em glow blue!
And he put pink bulbs behind the faces to make them more face-y. Except that nobody has a bright pink face. Unless it's a redhead at Disneyworld in August.
It's simply a bad use of colored bulbs, the bulbs don't work with the original game art or the socket locations.
A clever person could probably find spots in a game where a colored bulb actually enhances the game, but this flat failure, it's a peanut butter, cheese whiz and mint chocolate sandwich.
And the owner proudly posted pictures of it. "Yup! NAILED it! Lookin' SWEEEEEET!"