This paper concerns the evaluation of blank material influence on springback of irregularly shaped stamping after drawing operation to keep the dimensions and tolerances of stamping after the drawing process which are given in part drawing. Simulation of the drawing process and consequent stamping springback were carried out by PAM-STAMP 2GTM software which uses the finite elements method, with the use of blanks from strip steels DX54D, HC220P, HX220BD and HX220YD. Two mesh strategies for drawing tool parts in the software PAM-STAMP 2GTM were compared. Stamping springback was evaluated with the use of a reference points system. Critical areas of deformations and stamping springback were evaluated. Simulation results were compared with measurements on real stampings. The most suitable strip steel in terms of achieving the minimum size of springback after stamping drawing was evaluated.