The Red Carpet is a collection of fashion croquis in the most popular postures seen on live events. Celebrities use specific angles and work their stance to their advantage, so they can look good in pictures and perfectly accentuate the gown or outfit they are wearing to the event. The fashion templates in this set offer a variety of versatile active and static poses suitable for showcasing casual outfits, voluminous and fitted designs, haute couture, elegant dresses, as well as suits.
The Red Carpet set features:
- The Crossover (Active Three-Quarter View)
- The Tiptoe (Active Three-Quarter View)
- The Diva (Static Front View)
- The Over the Shoulder (Back View Template)
- The Teapot (Static Front View)
- The Lean Back (Active Three-Quarter View)
- The Arm Grip (Static Front View)
- The Side Curve (Side View Template)
- The Confident (Static Standing Figure)
- The Leg Flash (Active Front View)
HOW TO USE A FASHION TEMPLATE
Creative people and designers often have a tight time schedule and the competition in the fashion industry grows each second. As a result it’s essential to invest your time and efforts in the garment-construction process. The perfect solution to be more efficient and leverage your talents is to use fashion templates for your designs.
Furthermore, our done-for-you figure templates are based on the ten heads scale, which makes them ideal resource for every professional or aspiring fashion designer or fashion illustrator. They are easy to use and modify.
In our SHOP you can find a variety of fashion figure templates in versatile poses suitable for all styles of garments.
There are several ways to use a fashion design template for your designs.
- If you work with digital fashion sketches, you can import the fashion figure template into your graphic design software and draw your design on top of the model.
- If you prefer traditional media, you can print the figure out and transfer it to a suitable paper and add your design to the sketch.
- You can collage something over the fashion figure using digital software, cutouts from magazines, pieces of fabrics, etc.
- You can also use a close-up of the upper or lower body, if you don’t need a full body template.
If the template doesn’t match your drawing style or the one of your collection, then you can make adjustments easily. While tracing, consider changing or loosing facial features, accessories or hairstyles and replacing them with your own vision about it.