Varying your texture densities
This term refers to the artistic choice of where to place characters and objects, and where to leave some empty space in an image. Not only can it create a strong composition, it can also let the viewer’s eyes rest on the details that you’ve painted on certain areas. To double-check my image’s texture density, I often use a Threshold adjustment layer that turns my painting black and white. The noisy area should be the part where I want to create action. The part where the large black shapes are should be where the viewers can rest their eyes.