Monday, December 30, 2013

Friday, December 13, 2013

Sharkham Asylum: The Whole Collection

Hey Bat-fans. I thought it might be fun to actually make a full on Sharkham Asylum, to see all the rogues in one place. Hope you like it! :D

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Sharkham Asylum #10

Mr. Freeze. And that's a wrap on this series! Thanks so much for checking out Sharkham Asylum!

Sharkham Asylum #9

Poison Ivy!

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

The Evolution of Gollum

It's almost time for the Desolation of Smaug! To celebrate, I present the Evolution of Gollum! This piece will be on display and for sale at Gallery Nucleus in LA this weekend. Info here.

Monday, December 9, 2013

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Sharkham Asylum #6

The mighty Bane. I had an idea to try and do a shark cage tied around his face to represent his mask, but then I thought it might just be better to stick with the Bruce Timm costume instead of doing the Christopher Nolan-verse Bane. A teeny tiny shark cage just wasn't reading the way I wanted. Oh well.

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Monday, December 2, 2013

Sharkham Asylum #4

I'm having a lot of fun with these. Here's Catwoman-shark style!

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Sharkham Asylum #3

Awk! It's an awkward amalgam of a goblin shark and the Penguin!

Friday, November 22, 2013

Wicked Crispy Pre-Order is Up!

Hi guys, if you missed my Art of Jeff Victor Kickstarter campaign, you're in luck. I have a limited run of book left over for pre-order. I have 200 regular and 50 deluxe books left to sell, and they are going to go fast. So, head on over to and check it out!

Also, if you're still on the fence, here's a video of the book so you can get a good idea of what to expect: 

Monday, November 18, 2013

Sharkham Asylum #2

Next up- the Shark joker with his delicious laughing fish!

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Sharkham Asylum #1

I thought it would be fun to combine sharks and Batman Villains in a series of illustrations. More to come!

Monday, November 11, 2013

Evil Potato

He will boil you, mash you, and stick you in a stew.

Saturday, November 9, 2013

I'm a part of Spectrum 20!

I'm incredibly proud and excited to announce that my art was chosen to appear in this year's Spectrum Annual, issue 20. To those who don't know, Spectrum is a juried art competition that chooses the best of fantasy/comic/sci-fi related art and prints them in an end of the year book. Having my King Kong piece chosen is a huge huge deal for me, as I've been a fan and admirer of Spectrum for years. Spectrum 20 is for sale online and in bookstores now. (Or at least it will be very soon)

Adventures at APE con

Hey guys, I meant to post these earlier, but...y'know, life and all. A couple weeks ago my friend Josh Wysocki and I peddled our wares at APE con in San Francisco. I got to meet a ton of amazing people and I picked up a slew of art books by some of my favorite artists. It was a really positive experience, and I can't wait to do another show!

End of the last day. PHEW, I'm spent.

(Oh, and I couldn't go to SF without stopping by Pixar. It was so lovely. I think I'd give a body part or two to work there)

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Smart Phone

I don't know about you, but I'm growing increasingly irritated with people walking down the street or driving while texting, not paying the slightest attention to their surroundings. Seriously people, look up once in a while. Ok, I'll step off my soapbox now. I just needed to get that off my chest.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Sneak Peek of The Art of Jeff Victor

For those of you who pre-ordered my book on Kickstarter, here's an update about my upcoming art book, and a brief flip through of the book itself. Please note: This is just the proof. It's not bound yet, and this video is really just to give you an idea of the content. The ugly fold on the cover is NOT going to be part of the book. It's just part of the mock up. Questions? Please write me at

Monday, September 30, 2013

The Evolution of Walter White

...and just like that, the best show on TV right now comes to a close. I remember being blown away by the very first episode six years ago, and now, after seeing the finale, I realize what a masterpiece the whole show has become. Walter White is one of the most fascinating characters ever shown on screen, and Brian Cranston's performance is nothing short of a revelation. I wanted to honor him, and the show with my latest Evolution. Thank you BB, for all the great memories!

Saturday, September 28, 2013

APE con is coming up!

Hey guys! I'll be selling and signing over at APE con in San Fran Oct 12-13. My good buddy Josh Wysocki and I will be sharing a table, so I hope you'll come by to check out our work. It's my first time at a con as a vendor, so I'm tremendously excited and nervous. See you at APE! :)

Art Dump

 Some random warm up sketches I'm finally now getting around to posting...

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The Evolution of Princess Leia

As a companion piece to my Evolution of Luke Skywalker, I've been wanting to do the Evolution of Leia for some time now. Princess Leia is one of the all time legends of sci-fi/fantasy, and I couldn't wait until 2015 to draw her as she looks in Episode 7. I guess I'll just have to add that one later.

Friday, September 6, 2013

30 Day Movie Challenge Day 26: Superhero movie

Who watches the Watchmen? I know the Zack Snyder Watchmen movie has its detractors, but I for one loved his attention to detail bringing my favorite comic book to life. Let's face it, this was as good as a Watchmen movie was ever going to be. Would it have been better had it been a 12 part mini series? Possibly. But for a 3 hour movie, I thought it was a terrific adaptation.

Monday, September 2, 2013

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Kickstarter update!

Hey guys- thank you all so much for supporting my Kickstarter book! Everything is going really well! If you haven't pledged yet, there's still time. (Not much though, so hurry!)
Here are some sample pages for your viewing pleasure:

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Thank you Kickstarter friends!

Thank you!! I'm incredibly grateful to everyone who has donated to my Kickstarter, or will in the future. 2 weeks in and 90% funded!! WOO-HOO! You can find out more about my new art book here:

Monday, August 5, 2013

Nightmare Fuel

Drawing one's nightmares can be quite therapeutic. Sweet dreams! ;)

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Art of Jeff Victor -Kickstarter

Hey guys!! I need your help! My very first book, The Art of Jeff Victor is coming soon, but I need help with the printing costs. The book is ready to go, just as soon as it's funded on Kickstarter. I urge you to share, share, share the link and let's get this awesome book made and in your hands! More info here:

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Blue Green Girl

Trying to paint tonight and nothings coming out. Blah. This was the only part of a painting that turned out okay.

Friday, July 5, 2013

30 Day Movie Challenge Day 24: 90's movie

One of my all time favorite movies is PT Anderson's Boogie Nights. Every performance is pitch perfect and the 80's record recording sessions are some of the highlights of the movie. I've often wondered- what would Dirk and Reed's record have looked like if they had only raised the money to make the demo?

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

30 Day Movie Challenge Day 23- Worst Movie Going Experience

This isn't representative of one instance, but an amalgam of the many times I go out to the movie theaters in LA. For a city that is the most closely associated with Hollywood and film, theater goers here are very often incredibly disrespectful and can't seem to watch a movie without texting, chatting, or any number of annoying activities. As a film buff, it's incredibly sad to see the theater is no longer the sacred ground it used to be. Now it just seems people can barely tear themselves away from their phones for two hours. In addition to the ever-escalating prices, I fear the magic of going to the movies has been lost for many people. I hope we can find our way back before it's gone for good.

Monday, July 1, 2013

30 Day Movie Challenge Day 22- B Movie Poster

For today's challenge, the idea was to make your own B-Movie poster. I chose to imitate the classic Irwin Allen style disaster pic that was really popular in the 70's, and load it with as many terrible butt jokes as possible. Gotta keep it classy. (Or is that gassy?)

30 Day Movie Challenge Day 21- Musical

Today's challenge was to draw a musical, so I decided to illustrate one of my favorites from childhood- West Side Story. I still am enormously moved by this movie, especially Natalie Wood's tearful scene at the end (50 year old spoiler alert). It really amuses me to hear that the two leads didn't get along at all during filming, which is kind of funny since I always thought they had great chemistry. I guess that's just good acting, haha.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Get to da Choppa! The Evolution of Arnold Schwarzenegger

As a young teen growing up in the 90's there was no better action star than Arnie. It seemed, (at least until Last Action Hero) he made one killer movie after another. He made so many great action films, I couldn't include them all, but I tried to hit the highlights. Which is your favorite Schwarzenegger movie?

Friday, June 21, 2013

30 Day Movie Challenge Day 20- 80's movie

This was a tough choice. As a kid of the 80's there are SO many good movies to choose from, but I decided to tackle one of my favorite 80's kid's movies: The Dark Crystal. This movie is so rich visually, it's a real joy to look at. I tried to be faithful to the brilliant character designs while giving it my own spin. Hope you like it!

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

30 Day Movie Challenge Day 19- Zombify a classic movie character

Today's assignment was a ton of fun- draw a famous movie character as a zombie. So many possibilities, but I settled on Zomb-ET, lol.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

30 Day Movie Challenge Day 18- Black and White Movie/Film Noir

Hey guys, for today's movie challenge, I chose a neo-noir, Sin City.

Sunday, June 2, 2013

The Evolution of Superman

Hey guys, this year marks the 75th birthday of one of the first, and certainly most influential superheros of all time. It's no exaggeration when I say I've been a life long Superman fan. I watched the first two Christopher Reeve movies again and again as a kid, and knew them nearly verbatim.  My parents got me a set of Superman Underoos (if you remember those things), which I wore under my clothes to hide my "secret identity". I even carried my Kenner Superman action figure everywhere I went.
        As for this picture, I planned on doing this a few weeks ago for his official birthday, but I got tied up with other work, so hopefully better late than never. In a few weeks, Man of Steel opens, and I couldn't be more excited to see one of my favorite heroes back on the big screen. It'll be a bit strange without the traditional John Williams fanfare, and I'm one of those people who actually misses his red underpants. (Hey, I'm a traditionalist) From what I've seen from the trailers, it looks spectacular, and I can't wait to see what Zach Snyder has in store.
Special Bonus! Here's one of my earliest drawings ever- a pic of Supes drawn when I was 4 or 5 years old.