Justin Bieber Portrait

Here’s an easy guide on how to draw your own dreamy Justin Bieber portrait.

Follow the instructions below and read the drawing tips on how to draw a Justin Bieber portrait.

Drawing Tips

Justin Bieber Portrait:

  • This Justin Bieber portrait photo has a soft, slightly blurry quality to it. You can achieve this look by using a combination of soft pencils (2B, 4B), soft shading and blending techniques
  • Build up Justin’s skin tones in this portrait with light shading, then blend with a tissue or kitchen towel
  • Use a sharp medium pencil (F, HB, B) to add in the detail around his hairline and sideburns
  • Don’t use hard edges in this portrait, soften them with light blending with a tissue
  • See the section called “Building up Shadows” in our guide on “How to Shade Your Portrait” for help.

How to Draw

  1. Click on the grid and gray-scale images below of the Justin Bieber Portrait 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 Justin Bieber 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 own Justin Bieber Portrait

1) Grid Image: Justin Bieber Portrait

Justin Bieber Portrait: Grid

Justin Bieber Portrait: This grid image will help you to accurately draw in the shapes and shadows of your portrait of Justin Bieber


2) Gray-scale Image: Justin Bieber Portrait

Justin Bieber Portrait: Gray-scale

Justin Bieber Portrait: Gray-scale image to help you match the gray tones when you shade in your Justin Bieber portrait



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4 Responses to Justin Bieber Portrait

  1. Aria says:

    do we really need to follow everything on the gride image? like the blank parts on the hair?

  2. Momo says:

    Actually u don’t have to make the blank parts in the hair if u don’t want to. U can just add some of them, that’s what I did but u have to follow the rest of the things on the grid otherwise u won’t get the right proportions. I drew this photo and looked exactly like justin bieber but it had a little difficulty with the lips and the eyebrow.

  3. Momo says:

    Out of all the other photos of justin bieber, this one and the first one are the easiest. Remember one thing: always chose the easiest and the one in which the person looks like himself/herself so it is easier for others to guess who u drew. It is so annoying when u draw a beautiful portrait and the other people can’t guess who u drew!

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