how to draw justin bieber

How to Draw Justin Bieber

Step 1.

Ok drawing cadets, this is the first step. I know the first step can be pretty easy for most of you. To begin, sketch out the core basics of the face shape and guidelines. Add the base of the shoulders for his head to be placed on. Imagine if his head were floating on a ball? It would be pretty awesome. Nevertheless, this is very essential part of the tutorial that will help gear you towards a perfect Justin Bieber portrait. Get packed and launched for the next step!

Step 2.

Alright this is second step. I wanted to make this step very easy and breezy so you can guarantee to make the face details almost perfect. The basic features you'll be focusing on are the eyes and the top lip. This should be very easy for you to accomplish. Are you ready for the next step?

Step 3.

You made it to step three, congratulations. There are a lot more steps left. To get this step packed into the mud, work on the other important features of his face. Justin Bieber has a noticeably strange nose. Without that nose, it wouldn't look solely like Justin. I know the face right now looks very freaky, but don't worry about it. Sketch out the pupils and the mere flesh of his lips. After you've completed this, your ready to hoe your way through the next step.

Step 4.

You can say this step is pretty easy. In fact it's a very easy step. All you need to prepare your pencil for sketching is the shape of the face. I don't know about you but face shapes are wicked easy to sketch out. Are you ready for the next hardworking assessment?

Step 5.

In this step we will begin sketching out the hair for Justin. His hair is similar that of a skater or punk style. I see lots of kids these days with hairstyles such as this.When you draw the hair, make sure you go over the strokes smoothly. You want the hair to look delicate and soft. I made mistakes with hair before by making it look too rough. Get ready to move onto the next step.

Step 6.

Alright, this is the next step for your Justin Bieber drawing. When you draw the rest of the hair, keep in mind the soft and delicate strokes that will make the hair contain some aesthetic realism to it. Once you've laid that out, get to sketching out the different wrinkles in the shirt. I have fun drawing folds and wrinkles. The next step might be a little harder for you so, prepare for it.

Step 7.

Your finally on the last step of the tutorial. When you draw the hand, make sure to keep the natural form of it. I had a little trouble drawing the hand myself. When I draw hands, I always start off with the basic shape of the palm. It's easier this way. After you've completed that, work on the rest of the clothing. This consists of details like more wrinkles and folds. Don't forget to fill in the eyes. If you haven't and prefer to keep his eyes uncolored, then that's good too. He might look a little scary that way though.

Step 8.

You should give yourself a pat on the back now. You've finished the tutorial on how to draw Justin Bieber step by step. I hope this lesson was at some ease for you. I made the steps very easy to complete so that you can go show off to your friends. The line work can show you some pointers on what you've missed and what you need to eraser. Thanks so much for viewing this tutorial, and good luck!

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Uploaded: December 26, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 8
Updated: March 31, 2010
P.O.V: 3/4
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Artist comments

Has anyone heard of that boy that sings those popular songs? Yeah, your probably asking yourself, 'there are a lot of boys who sing a popular song'. I'm talking about this kid that was found on YouTube by Scooter Braun. He's a hit singer now; tons of fan girls are chasing his music tracks on every music download site. I decided to do a tutorial on this particular person. Today we are going to learn “how to draw Justin Beiber, step by step”. I already know by putting this tutorial up, that there will be a lot of comments. Justin Bieber was twelve years old when he started to get into the professional singing career. He entered his local singing competition, winning second place. Did you know that he taught himself on how to play instruments? He was self taught on how to play the piano, drums, guitar, and trumpet. He started to post YouTube videos so his family and friends would see his missed performances. A company called Rapid Discovery Media came across his account and told him to run his YouTube and Myspace accounts, and to also promote his videos to a higher quality. Justin did a cover song of Chris Brown's “With You” and the singer himself called Beiber personally to congratulate him on the video. All of the rest of this information is up for his hardcore fans to figure out. I watched his music video “One Time” and couldn't help myself from laughing at the excessive use of his index finger. I'm pretty sure people get some kicks out of that. Anyways, he's a gifted singer, and he does what he does best, singing. I hope you peeps will enjoy this tutorial. I enjoyed coloring and laying out the background for this highly popular musician. Thanks so much for viewing the tutorial guys, and don't forget to check out the other lesson I have on how to draw Taylor Swift. I hope you had a great holiday!