Monday, November 16, 2009

the rain in Spain...

piece published in stumptown underground #3


l.jpg, originally uploaded by milesopie.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

game deals

picked up Scribblenaughts today with a bonus $15 Gift card which i spent on 2 two copies of Disgaea (PS2) [buy one $20 or less game, get one 1/2 off and it was priced at $10] Toys R Us

so, 3 games for $30.

Monday, September 14, 2009

top shelf sale

To celebrate the debut of THE SURROGATES on iTunes, as well as the theatrical release of the SURROGATES on September 25th -- from now thru Friday September 25th (the opening day of the film!) -- Top Shelf is having a giant $3 graphic novel web sale. Below you'll find over 100 graphic novels and comics on sale -- with 55+ titles marked down to just $3 (!) and 45 other titles slashed! All we ask is that you hit a $30 minimum on sale and/or non-sale items (before shipping). It's a great opportunity to load up on all those graphic novels you've wanted to try, but just never got around to picking up. Get 'em while supplies last, and be sure to visit iTunes as well to download The Surrogates for your iPhone!

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Drink and Draw Portland (x5) Saturday, middle of the month
Cosmic Monkey Last Sunday 7-9 PM every thursday, various locations
IPRC (comics and coffee) second Sunday 5-8PM Goodfoot every Sunday

Sunday, April 05, 2009

Emerald City Con

Emerald city was pretty cool. There were tons of artist and almost no lines. I got tons of people to add to my sketch book including Xaime Hernandez. I only had to wait behind Nate Powell to talk to Xaime.

pictures here:

Sunday, March 01, 2009

teen robot

drawn at cosmic monkey drink and draw.
cover for collaborative mini-comic.
1/4 page ink brush on paper

Monday, February 02, 2009

portland movie list

starting the list again.

Paranoid Park Before "Milk," Gus Van Sant set out upon another of his small meditations on youth and death and came away with this handsome, attentive and incidentally profound film. The technique is unsurpassed, the acting is sure, and Portland looks absolutely gorgeous.

Wendy and Lucy Another made-in-Portland story about a young person on the edge. But writer Jon Raymond and director Kelly Reichardt have something small and incidental in mind. Michelle Williams' amazing performance strikes deep emotional chords with offhanded poignancy and sureness.