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A grey donkey with a “woe is me” attitude, Eeyore is a close friend of Pooh’s. Note his ever-hunching back and drooping eyes.
Christopher Robin is given the task of reattaching Eeyore’s tail when it falls off because Eeyore has a hard time keeping his tail attached.
Christopher Robin uses a drawing pin and he is able to do this as it is said that Eeyore is made of sawdust. Winnie the Pooh was one of Disney’s best shows.
Small Eeyore Tattoo
Small tattoos can be placed anywhere on the body. A location should be chosen that will showcase it well. Ankles and wrists are excellent choices. You can get a mini tattoo in these smaller, more delicate areas. Besides your ribs, fingertips, and collarbone, there are other good places to place them.
Eeyore and Tigger tattoo
Eeyore and Tigger were done by Robbie Ripoll at Chapel of Love Tattoo in Melbourne.
You’d be surprised at how popular Eeyore tattoos are. As a sign of nostalgia, or perhaps to use pastel aesthetics, he is one of the many Disney characters etched into body art.
Although Pooh bear tattoos are abundant, we have more of something for our spirit animal.
Check out some of the most popular Eeyore tattoo designs!
Minimal Eeyore Tattoo Design
Take a minimalist approach to your tattoos and draw inspiration from this delicately drawn Eeyore with a balloon.
An outline and enough detail are drawn with plain black ink. Place this design on the ankle or elbow area to attract lots of awws!
Eeyore Tail Tattoo With Quotes
In no way can we deny that Eeyore’s quotes touched us! His most popular quote says so many things in such a short space.
Back then, this quote was obviously trivial, but as we look back now, it shows what Eeyore really wanted to convey- gratitude. It makes us optimistic and hopeful.
When you are a pessimist, you will be grateful for what you have, knowing there are many ways things can go wrong. The combination of this quote and Eeyore’s tail provides a unique way to maintain symbolism and minimalism in a tattoo design.
1. It’s not much of a tail, but I’m sort of attached to it.
2. It’s an awful nice tail, Kanga. Much nicer than the rest of me.
3. Might take a day or two, but I’ll find a new one.
4. A tail isn’t a tail to them; it’s just a little bit extra at the back.
5. You don’t always want to be miserable on my birthday, do you?
6. When your tail is missing, remember you have every right to mope.
7. Oh, Eeyore, you’re so literal. Literally brilliant.
8. Wish I could say yes, but I can’t.
9. Winnie The Pooh: Lovely day isn’t it?
Eeyore: If it is a good morning, which I doubt.
10. I’d say thistles, but nobody listens to me, anyway.
Small Eeyore cartoon tattoo design
Colour Splash Eeyore Tattoo
Doesn’t seem like a tattoo to me, does it? This tattoo design looks like it was drawn straight from a canvas thanks to the colors bleeding out from the sketch of Eeyore.
Eeyore’s tattoo artist strikes a delicate balance between adding color and omitting it.
Due to the color of his body and the vibe he carries, the technique suits Eeyore perfectly. To focus on Eeyore better, add some butterflies and flowers around.
What a beautiful piece of work. This watercolour style piece.
Black Eeyore Tattoo
Tigger & Eeyore
Tattoo by @hellion_tattoos
The character of Eeyore is one of the most beloved in all of Winnie the Pooh books. His friends cheered up the sad little donkey, and we love him.
A bit cynical and sardonic, Eeyore hardly ever seems to be happy. Despite his gloominess, he seems to enjoy it, as if it is part of his very nature.
Despite this, he is still a good friend and seems to appreciate his friends’ efforts to cheer him up.
A pushpin affixed to Eeyore’s backside causes his tail to fall off, which accounts for his grumpiness.
It’s not the best thing in the world, but it’s the only thing that can replace his tail. In addition, he enjoys sad stories because they make him feel more appreciative of what he has. Additionally, he enjoys eating thistles and sugar cubes.
In Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, Eeyore tasks himself with finding a new home for Owl, who had lost his due to the wind.
He sticks to his task, even while the woods are flooded. Eeyore eventually finds a house for Owl, mistakenly choosing Piglet’s house for Owl.
Even though Pooh encourages Piglet to point out the mistake, Piglet generously offers his home to Owl.
Eeyore and quote forearm tattoo
Why was Eeyore so depressed?
The gang discovers Eeyore is particularly sad because no one remembered his birthday in the episode “Winnie-the-Pooh and a Day for Eeyore.”. Shocked by this oversight, Pooh and Piglet rush home to buy gifts. On his way to Eeyore’s house, Pooh tries to give Eeyore a pot of honey but ends up eating it.
What is Eeyore famous for saying?
Eeyore is a male and his famous line is, “I’d say thistles, but nobody listens to me, anyway” said Eeyore. It is his wish that someone find his tail.
A small tattoo looks best on a small area of your body or along a line. You could place a tiny star on the inside of your wrist, behind your ear, or along your collarbone, for example. But what about on your back? You might mistake it for a freckle or it will appear as if it’s floating in space.
A large tattoo requires a lot of space. Trying to fit a detailed portrait onto the size of a postage stamp is not a good idea. You will lose quality in the image.
Your tattoo artist should be able to help you choose the right placement if you’ve created a shortlist. They’ll be able to tell if your tattoo will look out of place in certain areas, or if you can even get your tattoo there.
The least painful body parts for women are the backs and upper thighs. Arms and biceps are also a good spot for getting a tattoo.