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    So everyone believes his/her type is the most artistic. *clapping

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    what percentage of INTJs do you think has a strive for making art? how about the percentages or other NTs?
    I don't know. Do you? Also do you know the percentage of INTPs strive for making art?

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    i dont see any NTJs, but i do see NTPs :/
    Has the article's accuracy been tested? (I didn't follow the link and read it.)

    If 'no' is the answer, you could consider the above (the inquiry on the accuracy) as a rhetorical question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    I don't know. Do you? Also do you know the percentage of INTPs strive for making art?



    Has the article's accuracy been tested? (I didn't follow the link and read it.)

    If 'no' is the answer, you could consider the above (the inquiry on the accuracy) as a rhetorical question.
    all INTPs whom i have information about whether they make art or not, do make art and are more or less passionate about it. for INTJs it seems to be very rare and even the ones that i do know make art, are not that much into it, but naturally there are ones that are very into it, just none under my radar.

    that article is based on testing art students, so i guess it comes down to the reliability of the MBTI test itself.
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    I misread the thread title.

    Thought it said Most autistic NT.

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    Assuming there's a correct answer, either INTJ or ENTP.
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    INTJ - can do original works of art

    ENTP - can make ingenious ideas/inventions

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    When I was in design school it was heavy on xxFPs. And I can see where artist stereotypes come from after that experience. FP is pretty much the artistic temperament, whether it's the flamboyant ExFP or moody IxFP. After that is probably the Ni-dom who adds to the picture of the artistic personality.

    The FP I came across the least was ENFP, but I imagine they might be drawn more to performing art or writing. There were some INFJs, and probably just as many as the INFPs, but the heavy Fi presence made it seem like there weren't as many FJs. More ENFJs than ESFJs too.

    After FPs, I saw a fair amount of Ni-dom & Se-dom. Of the NTs, the most common seemed to be INTJ, but we're talking visual art. INTJs seemed visual, but also technical. There was always a lack of story or anything personal/human, I noticed. They liked computer 3D modeling & stuff like that.

    ENTPs seem to like to compose things & perform, which is why I find them more likely to be musicians than visual artists. In school, they seemed to like video/film editing. There's a draw to rhythm & pattern & creative sequence, I think. Outside of school, I still know more ENTP musicians than visual artists. Same goes for INTP; they seem more inclined to music & writing. I didn't encounter any INTPs in school, but I've known one who's a photog. "Observation" seems an INTP take on art. Wouldn't be surprised if they are drawn to film and photography over painting or drawing or design. I know some xNTP inventor types too, but I don't know anyone who'd call it art, although certainly requiring creativity & skill.

    The notable lack of SJs produced a very strange environment. I imagine some xSFJs might be drawn to fashion or interior decorating or art history though. I had an art history teacher I thought was an idiot, and I think she was ISFJ. No one could stand her. The poor woman was so out of place in a Fi world. I'm surprised there weren't more ISTJs, but the lack of ESTJ is not surprising. I know creative ESTJs, but they're more "crafty" than "artsy". I didn't come across any ISTPs either, although some ESTPs. The ESTPs seemed really focused on being...commercial. Again, lack of story, lack of personal touch. The STs really banded together too.

    Of course, this is just my personal experience & observation, but it falls too neatly in line with the theories. Non of it surprises me.
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    True Artists must be motivated internally, not externally. They must be an introvert because Artists are generally melancholic and lovers of loneliness.

    To create means to expand and to imagine dominated by your introverted judging function. Since you have to expand and imagine you must have a divergent perceving function i.e. extroverted intuition or extroverted sensing. Now being intuitive is better than being sensing and being feeling is better than being thinking for a person who wants to be an artist. Though INFJ s have introverted perceiving function, they can write because they feel attached with this universe for that INF trait. Generally they are very good at writing.

    So, choices are INFP, INTP, ISFP, INFJ

    The order is INFP>INFJ>INTP>ISFP provided INTP has developed his Fi well otherwise he or she will be a science fiction writer or something of that kind. INTJ s can write but they are comfortable in writing articles or essays because they seek meaning.

    John Keats, Homer, William Blake, Virginia Woolf all are INFPs. Tolstoy, Tagore, Eliot are INFJs. Kafka, Edgar Allan Poe, Huxley are INTP s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sourav View Post
    True Artists must be motivated internally, not externally. They must be an introvert because Artists are generally melancholic and lovers of loneliness.

    To create means to expand and to imagine dominated by your introverted judging function. Since you have to expand and imagine you must have a divergent perceving function i.e. extroverted intuition or extroverted sensing. Now being intuitive is better than being sensing and being feeling is better than being thinking for a person who wants to be an artist. Though INFJ s have introverted perceiving function, they can write because they feel attached with this universe for that INF trait. Generally they are very good at writing.

    So, choices are INFP, INTP, ISFP, INFJ

    The order is INFP>INFJ>INTP>ISFP provided INTP has developed his Fi well otherwise he or she will be a science fiction writer or something of that kind. INTJ s can write but they are comfortable in writing articles or essays because they seek meaning.

    John Keats, Homer, William Blake, Virginia Woolf all are INFPs. Tolstoy, Tagore, Eliot are INFJs. Kafka, Edgar Allan Poe, Huxley are INTP s
    i dont agree with this at all
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