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    Default MBTI Artwork Idea

    So I've had an idea for doing some artwork that gives a visual for how each of the cognitive functions in each type works. I went ahead and sketched one out but I would like feedback before I continue on. Questions, comments, squids?

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    I always thought it would be a good idea to draw each MBTI type as some abstracted character, like the ENTJ as some gargantuan armored mech, the ESTP as some warrior, the INFJ as a sorceror, etc.
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    @Nihilogen There's something a bit like that on the 16Personalities website. Each type is pictured by a little cartoon. The ISTP is a guy with a tool belt, the ISFP is an artist with a palette, and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    @Nihilogen There's something a bit like that on the 16Personalities website. Each type is pictured by a little cartoon. The ISTP is a guy with a tool belt, the ISFP is an artist with a palette, and so on.
    Ten bucks says the gauche bastards made the ISFJ a lowly 1950s housewife with a featherduster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nihilogen View Post
    Ten bucks says the gauche bastards made the ISFJ a lowly 1950s housewife with a featherduster.
    Ha! Shockingly, no. I just checked, and it's a dude holding a sword and shield. Some of them are total stereotypes, like the INFP flower child, and the Napoleonesque ENTJ guy. Although the ENTJs might find that flattering.

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    I draw my functions few years ago:



    Didnt really plan or sketch with pencil it at all, but just started drawing from Ti(top) to Ne(right), Fe(down) and Si(left). Maybe bit too abstract for people to figure out it fully, but pretty much everything in it has its meaning(randomness can also be meaningful :P ).
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    ^ DUDE.

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    This reminds me of a thread I once saw elsewhere where one posted four images (internet, not original) to represent their functions. It makes me want to make that thread here. I'm about to go do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Some of them are total stereotypes, like the INFP flower child, and the Napoleonesque ENTJ guy. Although the ENTJs might find that flattering.
    Interestingly, the ENTJ's hat seems to be a combination of the Napoleon hat and the German spiked helmet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    Ha! Shockingly, no. I just checked, and it's a dude holding a sword and shield. Some of them are total stereotypes, like the INFP flower child, and the Napoleonesque ENTJ guy. Although the ENTJs might find that flattering.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Interestingly, the ENTJ's hat seems to be a combination of the Napoleon hat and the German spiked helmet.
    what do i have to google to find these pictures



    i cant find them

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