(Chile) Maximo Carvajal studied Fine Arts in Vina del Mar, and then moved to Santiago to study Applied Arts. He began his professional career working at the Estudios Norte, where he worked for the magazine Vistazo. After leaving the studio, Carvajal went to work for Ventárron in 1955, and created three characters for the magazine. His work also appeared in Clarín and El Mercurio. By 1965, Carvajal left El Mercurio and went to work for the science-fiction mags Rocket and Robot, published by Editorial Zig Zag. He also worked on the horror series 'Dr. Mortis'.
Upon the political changes in Chile in 1973, Carvajal helped set up the Pincel studios, in order to work for foreign clients. In the 1970's, he drew 'Dina y Nino en la tierra perdida de Mu' in Mampato, and illustrated war stories for the UK market. In later years, Carvajal went to work in animation. He cooperated on the 'Condorito' animation series at Grafilms, and worked with Jaime Castro on Argentine Hanna-Barbera films. Since 2004, he contributes to Santiago Peñailillo's horror magazine Makabro.
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