It's an awfully a big word for drawing little animals. Here's a few recent attempts to invest some human qualities into a critter or inanimate object.
This first one is for Garden & Gun magazine. AD Marshall McKinney
For an essay about TV addiction, for Stanford mag.
Art Direction by Giorgia Virgili
A scribbled comp for a children's book called "Play Date".
A rough sketch for a PlanSponser assignment for AD SooJin Buzelli
Anthony Bourdain eats a bat and the ladies love him for it. For a book review in Atlantic. AD Melissa Bluey.
(Am not sure that bat has any anthropomorphized human qualities, but I'm told that Anthony Bourdain does.)
A man attempting to outrun his former body image. For an article in Runner's World, Art Directed by Kory Kennedy.
Soon to be turned into a Major Motion picture sequel, "Pumpkinhead 5-K"