Victor Lee

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Victor Lee is one of the Blizzard artists working on Diablo III. He is also no stranger to the action-RPG genre. He worked on a somewhat under the radar, Diablo-influenced game developed by Click Entertainment (formed by former Blizzard North team members Isaac Gartner and Ben Haas)[1] called Throne of Darkness.

Background[edit | edit source]

Victor Lee's Diableard.

Little information is publically available about Victor Lee. His personal website is hosted on the San Jose State University web servers in the math department. It seems possible that Victor was a student in the department, though this is speculation. Abundantly clear, however, is Victor's incredible talent for art.[2]

Artwork[edit | edit source]

Victor maintains a personal website that showcases his art. Many of the examples displayed there are from his work on Throne of Darkness.

Diablo 3 Gallery[edit | edit source]

Victor has contributed concept art for monsters, levels, characters, cities, and more. All of his properly-attributed Diablo 3 works can be seen here.

Game Credits/Experience[edit | edit source]

Video Games[edit | edit source]

  • 2001 - Throne of Darkness, Click Entertainment. Design, Graphics/Artwork, Interface Graphics, Manual Illustrations/Photos, Playtesting

Other[edit | edit source]

  • 1996 - Enchanter's Glass, Harcourt Brace; Cover Illustration

References[edit | edit source]

  1. IGN. Article: Throne of Darkness. 2001-06-26.
  2. Victor Lee Design. Personal website and portfolio.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Dozens of Victor's concept artworks can be seen bearing very close resemblance to the finished monsters and NPCs in the game, so it seems he was one of the chief visual architects of the look of characters and monsters in Diablo III. A sampling of his work can be seen below.