How To Draw Eevee

Make your very own Eevee from Pokemon drawing, just like the TV series! Follow these tips to get started and complete your amazing artwork.

How to draw Eevee

Art materials you will need...

  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Black marker pen
  • Brown, beige coloured pencils or felt tips

Watch the video tutorial

This video of how to draw Pokemon's Eevee is about 10 minutes long. A friendly voice tells you what pens and pencils you will need, and you can pause at any time to catch up. Click the play button below to get started.

Step by step guide

The drawing guide below shows you how to sketch and colour in an Eevee drawing easily, one bit at a time. Scroll down and start drawing!

  • 1. draw the head and fur neck

    To draw Eevee from the Pokemon series we will start with the head, with a jawline that forms a point. 

    Then around the jawline we will draw a fluffy layer of fur that looks something like a cosy scarf. 

    Ok, we’ll come back to this part later. 

  • 2. draw the front and back legs

    But now, on to Eevee’s legs. 

    Because in this drawing Eevee will be standing on all fours, the legs need to be straight, even though they are cute and short. 

    The front two legs are joined together. 

    A back leg slightly apart from them. 

    The last leg will be drawn in later on.

  • 3. draw the tail and ears

    Here’s that iconic bushy tail, perked upwards. 

    And two pointy ears, pointy like Piglet or Yoda. 

    A few extra fluffy lines on the head and mane. 

  • 4. add facial features

    Lastly, Eevee’s facial features… two wide eyes and a flat, subtle smile. 

    Awesome work dudes, you have created your very own Eevee cartoon drawing - now on two part two for inking it in with black pen. 

  • 5. trace over pencil with marker pen

    This part is easy to do - you just need a black marker pen or felt tip and some sturdy handwork to trace around those pencil lines. 

    You can start anywhere on this Eevee illustration you like. 

    Hey, did you know… Eevee has an unstable genetic code, which means that it can physically change the way it looks into one of eight different other Pokémon characters, known as Eeveelutions, depending on the situation. Cool, huh? 

    Now that we have a smooth, strong pen outline for our artwork let’s move on to the final phase which is colouring in. 

  • 6. colur in your drawing

    So for this cartoon drawing of Eevee, we will be using a dark brown and a beige for the head and body. 

    In the TV series, Eevee looks a slightly lighter shade, but that’s fine. 

    Work with whichever colours you have in your pencil case or art kit. 

    Remember, this drawing exercise is about having fun and it doesn’t need to be perfect, no way! 

    You will also need your black pen to colour in Eevee’s eyes. 

    And you can use a darker shade of brown for the inside of these long, pointy ears. 

    Ok guys, looking good - we are done. 

    Thanks for joining in and see you next time!