Each page features faint croquis (figure templates) in 20 different fashion-forward poses that disappear when scanned or photocopied. There's also room to jot notes, plus helpful resources up front. The pocket version will include 10 new poses perfect for sketching street style.
Tamar Daniel interned at TopShop in London and designed clothes for Anthropologie. Frustrated by the lack of tools for designers, she launched a business called Hokey Croquis (www.hokeycroquis.com) that sells products intended to make designing accessible for people of all skill levels. She developed the products with input from her advisory board, which includes fashion illustrators and bloggers, designers at Nacisco Rodriguez, Anthropologie, Alice and Olivia, Elie Tahari and Helmut Lang. She is the author of The Fashion Sketchpad.