Human models usually use more than two combinations. Therefore, the dynamics of the models and their mutual positions are the key to the design. The most common problems are:

The model is stiff, lifeless, or has abnormal movements and lacks beauty;

The models are too close to each other and feel depressed;

The models did not cooperate with each other, lacked a sense of plot, and the scene made no sense.

The most common models are:


Two models

Human models can stand side by side in the window or in the middle, but pay attention to the positional relationship between the two, which is generally determined by the posture of the model and the direction of the face. In addition, the combination of clothing colors forms a sense of depth and For layering, the color of the model's clothing generally should be darker.


Three models

It can be arranged in front of one or two or two before one, with a sense of space, but should pay attention to movement and coordination; the three are juxtaposed, suitable for the change of posture, but pay attention to mutual echo; the arrangement of diagonal lines has a sense of hierarchy , Suitable for expressing the combination of clothing and excessive color, but to avoid dullness.