Drawing the Fashion Croquis
When I went to college to become a fashion designer, the curriculum was so intense, I barely slept. Between pattern making, draping, sewing, fine arts, illustrator, specs, and fashion art, myself and the rest of my classmates were swamped. I was burnt-out and uninspired. I knew this was not the best way to learn.
Ten years later, I've created a course that I wish I had years ago. My course is a comprehensive, fun, and efficient way to learn the foundation of fashion design—Drawing the Fashion Croquis.
A fashion croquis is a template, or a drawing of a model, who represents your target customer. You trace over the croquis to design clothing.
Why this course is different:
This course can save hundreds of hours of time with bulletproof principles and techniques that propel students’ drawing abilities. They will be able to draw a croquis with a beautiful face, stylized hair, and realistic hands and feet. Using my toolkit of guidelines and templates, this does not have to be a time-consuming process.
This course combines visual, auditory, and tactile learning for a multidisciplinary approach to education. This course is equipped with:
Downloadable E-book in a PDF format
Toolkit including guidelines and templates
Enrollment for the full course will start in 2020, but the E-book and toolkit will be released shortly. For updates, please enter your email below.
With over a hundred pages of lessons, tutorials, and visual graphics, the E-book covers all the vital steps in creating compelling fashion croquis. Here are some of the topics covered:
Drawing the static croquis
Drawing alternate views
Drawing the head and face
Drawing the hair
Drawing the hands and feet
Methods for creating poses
Each page is rich in visuals and colors to keep students delighted and engaged.
Video lessons give students another opportunity to reinforce learning with with step-by-step drawing tutorials. The video lessons pair back to the e-book so students can easily follow along.
If there was one thing I really, really wish I had years ago, it’s this toolkit.
I’ve spent so much time painstakingly drawing feet, hands, and faces. As a fashion designer, I have more interest in designing clothing than drawing body parts. This toolkit has dozens of traceable templates including:
Front, side, 3/4, back view croquis poses
The head from all angles and sides
The feet from all angles and sides
The hands from all angles and sides