Raoul Livain, who signs wiht Rali, drew for the Belgian magazine Bravo! in the 1940s among others a comic adaptation of Stanislas André Steeman's 'Monsieur Wens'. He teamed up with Tenas and founded an art studios, which employed among others famous names like Tibet and André Paul Duchateau.
The studios produced among others 'Le Triangle de Feu' for Spirou magazine in 1952 and several comics for Bravo! ('Cyprien Bravo', 'Phill Blue-Eyes', 'Capitaine Hardell', etc.) in the 1940s. The studios also collaborated to the launch of the Belgian Disney studios, producing comics for Le Journal de Mickey.