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How to Draw Justin Timberlake

Artist: Dawn / March 25, 2009
How to Draw Justin Timberlake

Step 1.

Start with the round circle for his head and then add the facial guidelines that start lower than normal because he will be looking up at you in this sketch.

Step 2.

Now, I tried my best to lay out these steps easy enough for everyone to try and tackle. So what you will do next is start sketching out the hair line of his short styled hair and then use the facial guidelines to draw the beginning lines for his eyes   

Step 3.

What I want you to do now is start sketching out the shape of his face as you see it here, but make sure you add a scruffy sketch draw to it because you have to show that he has a soft beard on his face. Once you do that you can then shape out his he   

Step 4.

You have already made it half way into this tutorial before you are dine. What you will do first here is sketch out the ears and then add the detailing inside of them. Next start sketching out his perfect eyebrows and add some shading to them as well   

Step 5.

All you have to do here is draw out the shirt and half the shoulders. Give him a collar for his tee and then add more shading definition to the eyebrows and around his eyes. Erase the guidelines that you drew in step one to clean up all the messy spo   

Step 6.

When you are done J.T. should come out looking like the drawing you see before you now. I hope you had a fun and easy time learning how to draw Justin Timberlake step by step. This was really fun for me to draw and I look forward on doing more sketch   

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 25, 2009
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Description: I love music and every time I listen to something new that I haven’t heard before, I play the same song over and over again until I get sick of it for a while. This next lesson is going to be on a musician that has made a name for himself since his departure from his all boy band N’Sync. I asked my mother if a tutorial on how to draw Justin Timberlake would be good and she said “absolutely”. Of course she would say that because she loves his music. The reason why I wanted to do this lesson is because I heard the new song by T.I. featuring Justin Timberlake called “Dead and Gone”. I really like the song and everyone in my house listens to it on a daily basis. Let me talk a bit about J.T. before we move to the lesson shall I? First off his full name is Justin Randall Timberlake and he is a kid that grew up in Memphis. He started his fame when he joined the cast of “The Mickey Mouse Club” back in 1993 along with ex-girlfriend Britney Spears, friend Christina Aguilera and future band member JC Chasez. He later recruited JC to form the all boy band N’Sync when they were no longer involved with the Mickey Mouse Club. The group was complete in 1995 and began touring in 1996. N’Sync sold 11 million copies with their first record alone. After a while the band broke up and Justin went his separate way as a solo act. His first solo album "Justified" sold close to five hundred thousand records the first week of release. The song from the full album “Like I love you” hit billboard charts and Justin was on his way to fame and fortune as a solo artist. The next song to hit the charts was “Cry Me a River” which some say was written for ex-girlfriend Britney Spears. This became more popular than the first single from the album. Years later he grew more mature and is even said to have a playful personality. He regularly stars on the late night show “Saturday Night Live” and whenever he does a skit he is almost always as funny as the comedians that he works with. I remember this one skit when he was trapped in a cave with his crew and that was the funniest thing I ever seen him in. After that I have been waiting for him to appear again on the show. His music gets better and his style is absolutely fabulous. He is best known for his erythematic dancing style and his soft spoken singing voice. I always enjoy listening to Justin, and whenever he comes out with a new song I am the first in my family to inform everyone about it. I hope you like this lesson on how to draw Justin Timberlake step by step. I was going to leave the last step as a rough sketch, but I didn’t want to leave his good looking face messy and full of scribble. I will return with more drawing fun so stay tuned kiddies. Peace out!