Merry Christmas!

Scardy Carrot

Catepillar and Worm

Here's a cartoon I made. It kindda looks good for kiddie books.Maybe I should start writing kiddie story books. In this illustration a caterpillar is asking a worm to help him plant and grow a seed.

Smoking Kills Your Brain

1 stick of cigarette kills 4 neurons of your brain.

Neurons are the cells in your brain that are responsible for its vital function. Neurons don't regenerate. Meaning they don't grow back. So QUIT SMOKING.

1. If you're determined enough to quit, then that's all you need. Your WILL.
2. If you can't quit at once then try it gradually. How? If you finish 6 sticks a day, try decreasing 1 stick at least 2-3 times a day and replace the missing ones with candy or gum. Whenever you feel the urge to smoke always remember to bring a candy or gum in your pocket and forget to bring those cigarettes.

Here's another work I finished.


This is the first anime sketch i made using adobe photoshop

Emotional and Social Milestones

1st Month

  • begins to feel positive emotions toward people.
  • forge bonds of love with the person who is her primary caregiver.
  • picking her up and cuddling her makes an unhappy baby happy.
  • Learns to adjust body posture to the person who is holding her.
  • grasps a part of the holder's body to return a hug.
  • gives her first smile in the end of the month.
2nd- 4th Month
  • bursts into a smile at the approach of an adult.
  • recognize members of the family and becomes more discriminating in his responses.
  • when someone approaches he may widen his eyes, pant, break out in broad grin and wriggle his whole body in excited anticipation.
  • when he is unhappy, he can be soothed by your holding him, talking to him or just by the sight of your face and this confidence is a sign of increasing trust.
  • became attached to a security object.
  • responsive to play as much as an hour.
  • When he is ready for a game, he will let you know by vocalizing.
5th & 6th Month
  • willing to relate to other people.
  • show anxiety around strangers.
  • smiles or coos when wants to talk, play or snuggle.
  • is a full participant in the interaction between the two of you.
  • emotions are maturing.
  • displays disgust, fear, and anger.
  • conveys feelings both with facial expression and sounds.
  • go through rapid mood changes.
  • differences in baby personalities became more evident.
7th- 8th Month
  • show great interest to people.
  • discriminates much more sharply between family and strangers.
  • may remain come when you are with him, and cry when you leave.
  • may be clingy and dependent even when your alone with him.
  • learning that he is separate from you.
  • develops a strong sense of himself as an individual with particular likes and dislikes.
  • enjoys playing by himself as well as interacting with others.
9th & 10th Month
  • start to be afraid.
  • becomes more conscious of themselves as separate entities ans are developing concerns for their own well- being.
  • interest in people grow.
  • loves to play games with you- Pat a cake.
  • shows off.
  • other peoples moves have great effect on the baby.
  • becomes wary to strangers.
  • attachment to security objects indicates his capacity to extend affection beyond you, a healthy development.
11th & 12th Month

  • confusing time emotionally for your baby.
  • may cling to you even more.
  • realizes that she can separate herself from you now.
  • learns to express her emotions.Learns what is an acceptable behavior.
  • Humor and demonstrations are charming, while her angry episodes in response to frustration are not.
  • a firm "no" will let her know when you disapprove.
  • becomes more sociable.
  • Shows greater interest in other family members and begins to play contentedly alongside but not yet with other children.
  • Parallel play is a natural preliminary to play in which your child will interact with other children.