How to Draw David Beckham Realistically

Use this sexy reference photo of David Beckham for your drawing.

Follow the instructions below and read the drawing tips on how to draw a portrait of David Beckham, and you’ll be able to complete your drawing quickly and accurately.



 

Drawing Tips
How to Draw a Portrait of David Beckham:

 

How to Draw

  1. Click on the grid and gray-scale images below of David Beckham to enlarge them
  2. Right click on each image and save them on your computer or tablet
  3. Print out both images or keep them open on your computer or tablet to view while you’re drawing
  4. Set up a 5 x 7 grid on your sketch pad. If you don’t know how to, read this: “How to Set Up a Grid in 2 Minutes”
  5. Then using the grid image below of David Beckham as a reference, draw the outlines of the shapes and shadows onto the grid on your sketch pad. If you need some guidance, click here to see our demo: “Demo: How to Draw a Portrait Step by Step”
  6. Once you have completed the outline drawing, begin shading your portrait. If you are a beginner at shading, click here for tips: “How to Shade Your Portrait”
  7. Well done! By following these instructions, you’re are on your way to completing your portrait of David Beckham

 

1) Grid Image: David Beckham Portrait

How to Draw a Portrait of David Beckham Using a Grid

How to Draw a Portrait of David Beckham Using a Grid: This grid image will help you to accurately draw in the shapes and shadows of your portrait of David Beckham

2) Gray-scale Image: David Beckham Portrait

How to Draw a Portrait of David Beckham: Gray-scale

How to Draw a Portrait of David Beckham: Gray-scale image to help you match the gray tones when you shade in your portrait of David Beckham

 

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One Response to How to Draw David Beckham Realistically

  1. Manual Recine says:

    Beckham was part of a group of young players at the club who guided the club to win the FA Youth Cup in May 1992, with Beckham scoring in the second leg of the final against Crystal Palace. He made his first appearance for United’s first-team that year, as a substitute in a League Cup match against Brighton & Hove Albion, and signed his first professional contract shortly afterwards. `”

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