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    In each of the last 2 comics I busted up laughing at the "Se" guy. "I'm thirsty". And "Look, a squirrel!"



    Good stuff Tamske and Wonka. You guys got me thinking about doing one of my own, but I can't draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post

    I LOVE this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    You guys got me thinking about doing one of my own, but I can't draw.
    Try? Please? You can just use circles as heads like in the comics of xkcd - A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language - By Randall Munroe!
    Or put text on existing drawings. You may use all of my drawings, and cut and paste anything you like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonkavision View Post
    Here's one panel of a strip I started a while ago.

    It's auto-biographical.

    I will probably never finish it....of course.

    hah, cool. Did you use photoshop? I could get into doing one of these..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    Try? Please? You can just use circles as heads like in the comics of xkcd - A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language - By Randall Munroe!
    Or put text on existing drawings. You may use all of my drawings, and cut and paste anything you like.
    OK, I made one in MS Paint, but I can't figure out how to get it on here so you guys can view it.

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    1) Upload it on a website (eg. ImageShack - it's free)
    2) Put the url of the image (not the website, the image) in-between these tags [ img] and [ /img] (without spaces) in your post. (ImageShack lists the code for embedding it into a forum - you can copypaste that in your post and you're ready)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    1) Upload it on a website (eg. ImageShack - it's free)
    2) Put the url of the image (not the website, the image) in-between these tags [ img] and [ /img] (without spaces) in your post. (ImageShack lists the code for embedding it into a forum - you can copypaste that in your post and you're ready)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    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'm not sure that I got him either, but I was thinking maybe it'd be nice if you give each function a distinct, constant look. It would unite the comics, you'd have more style, and it'd be easier for people to get attached to the characters.

    They could have archetypal looks like Te looking like that homeroom teacher with business suit and glasses, Se looking all tough and jock-ish, Ti always have some sort of information on hand, Fi always carries a teddy bear, and yeah I don't know what the others would look like.. Hmm..

    And.. It'd be nice too if you could upload these onto like a blog where you can keep them together, I'd subscribe
    Check out my blog: http://OrnateRitual.com

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    @ INTPness: you probably used the code for the "insert thumbnail" instead of the code for "insert image". That's why you get such a small one. We can click on it to see it in full size, so it's not really a problem. If you want to insert the whole picture (like I do), just take care of copypasting the right code.
    Nice pictures! (It took me a while to see those two were different... )
    Spaceship one: I'd say Se would want to get a closer look
    INTP one:

    @ Heinel: nice idea! I'll try to give each function some fitting attributes... I found only attributes for a few of them so far...

    Te: no glasses (they would symbolize good perceiving abilities), but business suit and tie are okay, maybe some pens in his front pocket, and a watch.
    Ti: hmmm... information carrying is not really the task of a judging function, I would say... but I don't have any better ideas.
    Fe: ???
    Fi: I like the teddy bear, but I would add a sword too.

    Ne: a diverging monocle, all sorts of radar and antennas on his head, prisms, curved mirrors... and a crystal ball to see the future, too.
    Ni: ???
    Se: looking very alert, and with a magnifying glass to look at details.
    Si: I'd say he's the one carrying information around - from Se and Ne to the archive (memory), from the archive to any judging function calling for it,...

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