I've taken on Heinels idea and drawed some of the functions first.
All judging functions have something with which they announce their decisions. Here is Te. He's got three stamps: "approve", "reject" and "irrelevant". He can choose between four possiblilities. An "approved" idea will get done, "reject" will not get done but the decision will be remembered as it's a strong no, "irrelevant" will not get done and forgotten - these are those thoughts that come once into your head and are almost dismissed directly. The fourth possibility is to give the decision power to a lower judging function - something he will not do until forced.
This is Ti. He has got a pen. If he approves, he will draw a little square. If he disapproves, he draws a lightning bolt. The symbolism comes from mathematics. At the end of a mathematical proof, a square is drawn to show the proof is done. A lightning bolt means a contradiction. To Ti, there are only two possibilities - true and false. He doesn't believe in questions unsolvable by logic. He's apt to ponder hours whether to eat the red or the green apple - that is, if Se doesn't say the green apple tastes better. He will not delegate, unless the decision is forced out of his hands.
And here is Fi. His decision tool is the sword. He can approve, reject or be neutral. Neutral gets delegated immediately - the Feeling functions aren't as bossy as the Thinking functions
That's it for now...