More on negative space, use it to show pattern, in particular here, the pinstripes. Also note how the darker shadow of the leg and arm farthest away helps the eye see it farther back. Tone and negative space can liven up a fashion figure if you know where
Born in Puerto Rico, now based in New York City photographer Omar Z. Robles captures dancers poised gracefully against the city grit, performing pirouettes and pliés amid taxi traffic jams, sidewalk puddles, and other bustling urban scenes.
I find it crazy how something as simple as a brush stroke can make a work of art. The worst that could happen is that you brush a straight line. But then even those are beautiful sometimes! :) Painting by: James Nares xeranzaa