imo These are wonderful! I've such a hard time learning typology through reading long descriptions and such-- hard to compare people in my head during such time-- when someone can make real life statements, I get it quicker, even if I'm skeptical of anothers' perspective (whether they know what they're talking about) I learn something about the way type has been perceived in a social context by those who are more confident in their assumptions regarding type than I. A snapshot of how a person's type might operate with other types in a context I can understand helps. Keep it up!
Here's one panel of a strip I started a while ago.
I will probably never finish it....of course.
This is awesome!
Is your Ne connected to mine???
I get a similar picture in my mind whenever I think of the functions! Only replace Fi and Te by Ti ("Check consistency!") and Fe ("Will this make other people happy?")
Also, I'd colour the four first functions white and the Shadows black... But that's a detail
I just love the facial expressions of the functions. That grin of Ne... I can just see him making connections by the millions and enjoying it too
With many thanks to Wonkavision, who has sent my Ne into overdrive with his picture.
Here is a look in the mind of Mrs. ESTJ. She's deciding what she'll buy as a Christmas present.
Of course, the idea is much larger than this... Making a similar picture of every type deciding on the same question! I've made the ENTP one on paper, but transforming into digital isn't too easy.
In any case... Here's ESTJ's Courthouse.
My husband DID ask me what I wanted . Hooray for Te!
Er... I don't understand your question, Eric B.
Do you like the short ones featuring some types or do you prefer the last one with the functions?
Which characters are you talking about, the "types" from the short ones or the "functions" from the last one?
What do you mean by the archetypical role?
I remembered your suggestion, but...
I just don't see what you want with those archetypes. I don't see the link between eg. a sixth function and a witch. Should I give ESTJ's Se a witch hat, or what? I guess I don't know enough about archetypes. To be clear: I don't know anything about them. Care to enlighten me?
I've just taken those functions almost as constants - Te is always the one caring about efficiency and getting the work done,...
I've put them in an environment which would represent the type - ESTJ gets a courthouse, ENTP gets a laboratorium,...
I've made them stronger or weaker according to type. I tried to make them, well, "function" like they are, while at the same time arriving at a decision the type would make on the issue.
Here is ENTP's laboratorium! See, even here Te is caring about efficiency
To Ne, the new ideas are always better than the previous ones. That's the trouble with Ne!