Download Free Croquis – Start Sketching Today

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We understand (and advocate) the importance of developing your own sketching style, however, we also do not want anything to come between your design ideas and communicating them on paper.  Therefore, we have enlisted designer and illustrator Jaehoon Lee to create a set of fashion croquis that you can download for free through the University of Fashion.  Simply “Like” our post with Facebook or become a free member to our site by visiting our homepage for details.  

Fashion Croquis WomanWe are offering an amazing collection of fashion figures including various poses of the male fashion templates and female croquis, as well as the hard to find tween croquis.

In addition to the downloadable outlined fashion croquis versions that you will be able to print and use as a template underneath tracing paper for sketching designs, the U of F is also offering a dotted outline versions. By downloading and printing the dotted outline croquis, you will  be able to illustrate designs directly onto the printed page using the faint dots as your guide.  Either way, these croquis are a great way  to realize your designs on paper, quickly and effectively.

These easy-to-access fashion croquis figures are intended to give you a springboard for quick sketching your designs.  As you become comfortable getting your ideas on paper, you will then be able to develop your own sketching voice by watching U of F’s online video lessons like how to draw the Female Frontal Pose, The Female Walking Pose, The Male Contrapposto Pose and Drawing & Illustrating the Male Frontal Pose. In no time, you will find your own distinct illustrative drawing style to fit your design aesthetic and vision.

Female Croquis Templates

Female Templates

Male Croquis Templates

Male Croquis Forms

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Kara Laricks is a regular contributor to the University of Fashion. She’s also a New York based women's wear and accessories designer. As the first winner of NBC's Fashion Star, Kara has designed collections for H&M, Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue. Her masculine meets feminine line, Kara Laricks, debuted at New York Fashion Week in 2012 and her S/S 2013 collection sold exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue. Kara's designs have been featured on the Today Show and HBO's True Blood as well as covered in Women's Wear Daily and on Kara holds Master's degrees in both Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Kansas and in Fashion Design from the Academy of Art in San Francisco. An educator turned designer, Kara is dedicated to supporting emerging designers and inspiring others to follow where dreams lead.