The digital artist discusses his role at the studio and his favourite projects…
What do you do at Caravan Studio?
As a digital artist I mainly illustrate game assets, card games, and sometimes I colour comics.
What have been your favourite projects since starting at Caravan?
That’s a very tough question to answer, as there’s been a huge amount of exciting projects so far. One of my favourites has been doing card illustrations for Konami’s Yu-GiOh! games, which is very popular here. I’ve also enjoyed some of the artworks I’ve done for the Dungeons & Dragons Dungeon Master Guide.
How did you get the job? And what’s it like to be working for Caravan Studio?
I started as an intern at the studio before applying for a full-time artist position and it’s been nothing but an awesome experience. We work on many different types of projects – and some of them are for famous companies. The studio’s working atmosphere is a lot of fun, with workmates who are always playful and cheerful, and senior artists and staff are also very helpful.
Do you receive any formal or informal training?
Being an intern to begin with meant I got a lot of on-the-job training. And I get a lot now, too! The studio conducts internal workshops every two weeks, where senior artists share their secret techniques with the juniors at the company.
What do you hope to achieve at Caravan?
I want to keep improving my art skills and techniques – all so that I can be involved in some even more challenging projects.
Odese is one of Indar’s personal works – a practice piece for depicting magical effects.