What Is Modelling?

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The term modelling refers to an initial carving that is in form of wax or clay, from which a finished work can be made. This term can also be define as the practice or the profession of a person who models.
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mod·el
[mod-l]
NOUN
1.
a standard or example for imitation or comparison.
2.
a representation, generally in miniature, to show the construction or appearance of something.
3.
an image in clay, wax, or the like, to be reproduced in more durable material.
4.
a person or thing that serves as a subject for an artist, sculptor, writer, etc.
5.
a person whose profession is posing for artists or photographers.
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Modeling is the term for people who are used to demonstrate clothing and products. Models are usually very attractive looking, and it is common for models to be used for photographs and print ads to sell products.
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