Yes and no.
Tolkien drew a picture of Bilbo in his home (note the pointed ears and horned and hairy, but not oversized feet and toes);
And in his own words when asked for a pen-sketch of the typical hobbit;
I picture a fairly human figure, not a kind of 'fairy' rabbit as some
of my British reviewers seem to fancy: fattish in the stomach,
shortish in the leg. A round, jovial face; ears only slightly pointed
and 'elvish'; hair short and curling (brown). The feet from the ankles
down, covered with brown hairy fur. Clothing: green velvet breeches;
red or yellow waistcoat; brown or green jacket; gold (or brass)
buttons; a dark green hood and cloak (belonging to a dwarf).
The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien, 35 (#27)
As far as the feet are concerned, there are multiple descriptions of their hardness and hairiness but only one family is described as having feet that are large, the others are "neat and nimble"
“The Harfoots were browner of skin, smaller and shorter, and they were
beardless and bootless; their hands and feet were neat and nimble …
the Stoors were broader, heavier in build; their feet and hands were
larger … the Fallohides were fairer of skin and also of hair, and they
were taller and slimmer than the others …”
The Fellowship of the Ring