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    Quote Originally Posted by "?" View Post
    One thing that I would believe of any Fi dominant type, is a need for individuality in some way, the same as Ti dominant types need independence. So there is where your creativity shines, even if you personally consider it so subtle that no one would catch it, I am sure you match varied clothes to create your own style. I can't see ISFPs wanting to blend in. You may also do something different daily to keep people off balance as to who you are, so you creatively reinvent yourself. Again subtleties, yet creative nevertheless. Also, I can't see ISFPs doing the same thing over and over and over.... when resolving a problem. I would see them using a template, however changing it just enough to meet the needs of the current moment. You see this as for what it is, however it's new and creative the the onlooker. Then again it could be a sterotype like many others of varied types.
    Mmm... odd... I like to blend in. I'm not very self-confident, so I just like to blend in with others and not stand out. I don't really put together any interesting outfits, or anything to fit my style (well, I suppose don't own a whole lot of clothes either haha). Maybe I'm more ISTP than I thought...

    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyWench View Post
    This is me. So... does that mean I'm dominant in Fi? >.>
    Haha, it could be, but it might not be. If you need help typing yourself, just make a thread about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Into It View Post
    Be sure not to confuse "creative" and "innovative." You mean that you do not "do" much? Cook? Draw? Write? Play? Anything you "do" other than contemplation or analysis changes the state of things, that is, a new reality is created, and therefore the activity is creative. I have of yet not met an SP who is not creative. But I've met many that I wouldn't call artists.
    Woah, I'm suddenly confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyWench View Post
    This is me. So... does that mean I'm dominant in Fi? >.>
    From the thread created on SP-Improvisers, Berens refers to how creativity goes hand-in-hand with our tactical intelligence:
    Spontaneous creativity is the essence of this Tactical approach:

    Those expressing Artisan tend to be gifted at employing the available means to accomplish an end. Their creativity is revealed by the variety of solutions they come up with. They are talented at using tools, whether the tool be language, theories, a paint brush, or a computer. Such people tune into immediate sensory information and vary their actions according to the needs of the moment… They can easily read the situation at hand, instantly make decisions, and, if needed, take actions to achieve the desired outcome.
    The Fi part was just my thoughts on how someone may use it. Clearly ETPs will see the creativity, whereas ISP types may not since it is Se.

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    When I get serious about gaming, it becomes art. Suddenly, time stands still. It doesn't matter the situation, I adapt. I can see all of the possibilties, my brain suddenly has instant access. The adrenaline rush kicks in. I don't even need to think or react, it just happens. I control that vehicle like it is an extension of my soul. Multi-tasking is child's play. My prey doesn't stand a chance. Nothing fills me with greater joy.

    When I create a computer, it isn't enough to pick the best stuff. That $1000 processor is outdated by another in under six months. However, an older processor has a certain niche it fills, a grouping. There is a trade off, with cost vs. money. There is a trade off in personal preference. Experience is needed. The $1000 processor may not even be the cream of the crop. It is disgusting to even think of throwing one together for 'snob appeal'. The basic stats of the computer rig, are weighed for cost, power, selection, quality and brand. Each is carefully scrutinized with other reviews. It is finally assembled and put into motion. It is beautiful.

    I cannot create without a limit. I hate fishing around blindly. I must have a set standard, or an imposed limit that I can dance around within, or exceed. To put skill into motion, is art and my creative niche. I wouldn't have it any other way.
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    When under stress or feeling sad and lonely I tend to draw (horses and people) and I play piano.

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    OP is an ISTJ according to what their type says on their profile.
    My verdict: Creativity is somewhat type independant. I am very creative (obvious due to my huge number of forged halo 3 maps.) The OP could just be very S, which would make them more concrete. The OP could have low P, which could est them to have less of a preference for innovation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SaltyWench View Post
    This is me. So... does that mean I'm dominant in Fi? >.>
    If all (healthy) dogs have four legs, are all things with four legs necessarily dogs?

    Quote Originally Posted by ?
    Spontaneous creativity is the essence of this Tactical approach:

    Those expressing Artisan tend to be gifted at employing the available means to accomplish an end. Their creativity is revealed by the variety of solutions they come up with. They are talented at using tools, whether the tool be language, theories, a paint brush, or a computer. Such people tune into immediate sensory information and vary their actions according to the needs of the moment… They can easily read the situation at hand, instantly make decisions, and, if needed, take actions to achieve the desired outcome.
    See: MacGyver

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    From almost every SP description, especially ISFP descriptions, I find something about being very creative. Well, I'm NOT creative. GAHHH!

    Sorry, more of a random outburst I needed. Ahhh, much better.
    Well from the looks of it you arn't even an SP so why should you be? You typed yourself as istj, did you know?

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    The OP used to think she was ISFP, hence the thread. She later typed herself as ISTJ.

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    I have no idea what type I am. And I've been away for a li'l while...

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    The ISFP may lack the dedication to be creative. I know I can be a very creative and imaginative person when I work hard at it, but as an ISFP I hate working hard. I dream of being a best-selling author but I still lack a lot of the dedication required.

    Edit: I assumed you were an SP...
    Hello. There'll be something here soon.

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