In the version using shapes, I used a couple of rectangles to really capture the contrast between his shirt and the rest of the image. This emphasizes the center of the image, causing it to have a well distributed balance.
Also, I used lines that were more connected than in the previous composition to give the shape of his legs as he walked. Again, I used dots to emphasize movement around his knees, ankles, and hand.
I feel that my composition using just dots and lines was more effective in capturing the image and movement as a whole. Using the rectangles to represent his shirt gave a very stiff result which almost resists movement-- an effect I do not want. I also really liked how the lines in his legs reminded me of muscles and bones moving. However, the composition that used shapes did more effectively capture the contrast in the original image.
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