These are my interpretations of some Disney animals if they were human. I’ve often wondered what these animals would look like if they were human and I have enjoyed others’ illustrations of this concept. But I noticed that most of these versions lacked character consistency thus making them not quite as believable and lovable.

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I decided to draw them in the styles of their movies, and keep consistent shape language and features to interpret the character in a more thorough and believable way. I’ve enjoyed drawing these beloved characters and hope you like them!

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Lady And The Tramp

I had LOADS of fun doing this!


This is my interpretation of Duchess and Thomas O’Malley if they were human!

I think this one was harder, because O’Malley’s such a bulky character, in face and build, so he makes kind of a funny looking human. And maintaining the 1900-1910s look was hard to do for Duchess because her hair would look much better as a 20s girl~ but I found an appropriate hairstyle

The Lion King

This is my interpretation of Simba and Nala if they were human!

“This is Nala! She’s my best friend!” I originally wasn’t going to draw them because I already have a favorite version of them as humans! But today I thought “WHY THE HECK NOT!” So I did it.

I try to keep character consistency with facial features and colors (with a bit of inspirational flair from the musical).

Jungle Book

Bagheera and Baloo if they were human.


Mittens and Bolt if they were human.

Oliver And Company

This is my interpretation of Dodger, Oliver, and Rita if they were human.

The picture looked so unbalanced with just Dodger and Oliver, so I added Rita in there (because she’s one of my favorite animal characters)


Terk and Tantor if they were human.

Disney Horses

This is my interpretation of Samson, Pegasus, Frou Frou, and Khan if they were human! I just chose a few of my favorite horses, and I may do some more. Still laughing about how Frou Frou is virtually the only female Disney horse.