In the wax display hall, the lighting layout is very important. If the wax display leaves the lighting, it will lose its luster. We always observe wax works from different angles in the process of creation or after creation. The air and texture of wax figures are reflected by the light effect. When we draw the plaster image, we usually use the sketch lamp as the light source, which will make the plaster image have a stronger sense of volume and clearer structure. The same is true of wax figures. With the help of lighting, the wax figures will be more thick, vivid, vivid and strong in texture, which endows the lifeless figures with vitality and luster. The light source usually irradiates the wax works at a positive angle of about 45 degrees. In order to make the effect better, sometimes we can add an auxiliary light source at the back of the side. The auxiliary light source can be the same color as the main light source, or it can be a contrast color, which is more rich in the stage effect. The method of photographing the wax figure in front of and behind the picture will not lose the light.
The color of light is better not to use fluorescent lamp, which has low temperature and cold color. It's better to use a light yellow scattering light. Be careful not to use a spotlight. Because the spotlight can only shine on the part of the wax figure, it makes people look uncomfortable. When lighting, use natural light as much as possible, so that the wax figure will appear real and natural, and people's participation will be stronger. In a word, the lighting of wax figures must be set according to different themes, different environments and different characters, and the lighting design should be carried out in a natural way.