If I were a human, these would be my thoughts on several Disney creatures. I’ve often pondered what these Disney characters would look like if they were human, and I’ve like how others have depicted this personification concept. However, I found that most of these versions of the comical animals lacked character continuity, making them less credible and charming.
To portray the famous characters more thoroughly and credibly, I opted to execute my animal drawings in the styles of their movie, keeping distinct shape language and features. I had a lot of fun drawing these Disney movie heroes, and I hope you enjoy them as well!
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Lady And The Tramp
I had LOADS of fun doing this!
This is how I see the Duchess and Thomas O’Malley if they were human!
This one was more difficult, I believe, since O’Malley is such a big character in terms of face and physique, and he comes across as a bit of a kooky character. Duchess’s hair would look much better as a 20s girl, thus it was tough for her to maintain the 1900-1910s look, but I found a decent haircut.
The Lion King
Simba and Nala, if they were human, would be like this!
it’s Nala, it This! She’s one of my closest friends! I wasn’t planning on drawing them at first because I already had a favourite human rendition of them! But today, I’m thinking, “WHY THE HELL NOT!” As a result, I did so.
With the face characteristics and colours, I try to maintain character continuity (with a bit of inspirational flair from the musical).
Oliver And Company
This, if they were human, is my understanding of Dodger, Oliver, and Rita.
With just Dodger and Oliver, the photo looked so unbalanced, so I put Rita in there (because she’s one of my favourite animal characters)
This is how I see Samson, Pegasus, Frou Frou, and Khan if they were human! I’ve only chosen a few of my favourite horses, and I may do more in the future. Frou Frou is still the lone female Disney horse, which makes me chuckle.