Here are more great examples of Carl, the most interesting pig in the world.
Emerald City Comic Con 2019
Daniel Schneider did this splendid little illustration of a suave looking Carl. Really nicely done. It has a Disney feel. Incidentally this guy does incredible illustrations using a ballpoint pen too. Amazing.
Michael Garland sees Carl as stern and grim.
Chris Hamer of Urbnpop.com fame makes a strong second appearance in the Carl Gallery. Great job.
My version here. I liked his Carl so much I had to play with the composition a bit. Not really sure I improved it much. I like both.
A piece done by Anthony Wheeler. He did not realize it but he was channeling his inner Carl when he drew this. I was perusing his work and considering whether to ask him if he would do a commission for me when I ran across this original. How is this not Carl?
I just added a bit of color.
Katie Longua makes a 2nd appearance in the Carl Galleries with this nifty Post-It portrait of Carl wearing his own merch. Well done.
Kelly Martin drew this nice Post-It portrait of a bespecticaled Carl. Nice work.
With a yellow Post-It background.
Rick Marcks once again folks. Really sweet job here. He is able to capture the essence of Carl in this comic cover style piece.
It looks like Kelly Williams pictures Carl pondering his life choices while staring into a martini. Nice work.
Jason Fischer Kouhi drew this colorful Carl. Posted pretty much as is. Well done.
Jeff Martin drew a slick, gun-toting Carl.
Quick color job.
Jessi Jordan inked a nice gunslinging Carl.
Some color added
Nolan Lee of Punching Panda fame drew a punching panda posing has his very favorite pig comic hero: Carl the Pig. Nice job here.
In living color
Julie Godwin drew Carl at lunch time.
Inked and colored because it was pretty simple to do.
Eddie Avila drew a piqued Carl. (Cannot find a link for Eddie)
Sean Dillon seems to have Carl being surveilled.
With some color.
Yuuki Jia gave Carl a mysterious power. Looks like he has focused his Chi to repel an evildoer.