A Composite Exercise Part 2

As I mentioned in the previous post, I wanted to do another version of the Dance Composite with wider grid lines. So I went¬† back to the previous image and pulled out the gird lines so they where wider. That actually made the grid MORE powerful. Everything¬† became more – blacker, heavier, bigger. The opposite of what I was going for. So I tried different things to minimize the grid. I ended up minimizing it to the point of almost eliminating it. As I looked at it it felt like the grid didn’t really fit the rest of the elements. So I added just enough to use it to tie the overall image together, without being a significant element. At least that’s what I tried to do.

Tell me which you think works best:

The first:

master1_wBorder

The revised:

master2

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