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How to Draw Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh
Step 1. Start this first step drawing out the guidelines of Eeyore's body. First draw two circles almost the same size. One is for his head and one is for his snout. Draw facial guidelines in to make drawing his face easier. Next draw out the shapes of his ears and the hair ontop of his head. Next draw out the guidelines for the rest of his body as shown.
Step 2. Now here in this step you will start to draw out his face. First start with the eyes which are two oblong circles then draw out the shape of his rounded snout include the nostrils that are off to the sides. Next draw out the shape of his face as shown and then beginning sketching out his stuffed arms and left leg. Because he is a stuffed animal you have to make his body look wrinkled.
Step 3. This is the last part of drawing. So what you have to do is draw in two lids on his eyes and then shade in two circles for his pupils. Now draw out his rugged eyebrows and finish off his hair. Next draw the inner lining of his ear as shown and detail his snout with two small circle dots. End this last step with the stitching lines and thread lines and draw an underbelly at the bottom of his body.
Step 4. In this moderately hard step, we will sketch out the bottom body of Eeyore. He has a lot of wrinkles in his body. I think Eeyore is a stuffed animal of some sort just like winnie and the rest. Anyways, this should be a breeze to draw. Ready for the next step?
Step 5. In this step, just focus on drawing Eeyore's stitch looking stripes from the sides of his arms and legs. Don't forget to add the little nostrils and wrinkles on the inside of his chest. After you've completed this, move on.
Step 6. After you've erased all the guidelines and shapes your drawing should come out looking like this. All you need to do is color him in and put him with the rest of his friends. That will do it for this tutorial on how to draw Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh step by step. I hope you enjoyed yourself as I did.
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This is going to be another tutorial on a character from the tales of Winnie the Pooh. Today you are going to learn how to draw Eeyore. Now I’m sure everyone is familiar with Eeyore. He is a mule or donkey which ever word you prefer, and he is the purple stuffed animal that mopes around all day where ever he wonders. In some episodes of the series that use to air a while back he is often asking Rabbit, Tigger or Pooh to tack his pined tail back on his back side. This character is most famous for his downer personality and he absolutely refuses to get happy about anything at all. Eeyore is seen mopping around the forest with little or no excitement in his step. He has a house made of sticks tied together and he is constantly getting rained on. His house is located in the south west corner of the Hundred Acre Wood which is known as Eeyore’s Gloomy Place. Not only does he get rained on because his house was so poorly built, it often falls apart on poor Eeyore. His two best friends Pooh and Piglet are the ones that tried to build that very house he lives in now. Before the house was built Eeyore had it piled up stacked on top of each other. He kind of makes you wonder, can a stuffed animal that is that depressed and sad for no particular reason have anything he loves at all? The answer is yes Eeyore loves his friends and his forest. He also has a favorite food and it is called thistles. His name Eeyore was actually created out of the sound a donkey or mule makes when yakking. Cool huh. Either way I love Eeyore even if he is a sad character. He reminds me of myself when I go threw those gloomy days where life just bothers me. In this tutorial you will learn how to draw Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh step by step. The instructions will put you on your way to a drawing success. Sit back and have some fun, and remember put a smile on your face.