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Type Me via Collage

Burning Paradigm

Vibe Curator & Night Owl
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so/sp
If possible, try reposting with the link [/ IMG] formatting (without the spacing between / and I of course), I cannot see these. Not sure if anyone else is having this issue[/QUOTE]

Argh; I don't know if my having a Mac has anything to do with this. It's annoying.

Hopefully these are visible now (I've really gotten into building collages when procrastinating on work lately lmao):

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RadicalDoubt

Alongside Questionable Clarity
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TiSi
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sp/so
Argh; I don't know if my having a Mac has anything to do with this. It's annoying.

Hopefully these are visible now (I've really gotten into building collages when procrastinating on work lately lmao):

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Yup. These are quite nice, very Ne-Si valuing at surface level as well as soc (more so/sp than so/sx, but I could see argument for the latter). Lots of cultural/lightly political references, people, faces, etc. Busy, but well put together in Ne-Je sort of way maybe. I could see elements of 6, 7, and 3 in this I think
 

Black Sun

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I'm excited to read anyone's thoughts
 

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Falcon112

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Argh; I don't know if my having a Mac has anything to do with this. It's annoying.

Hopefully these are visible now (I've really gotten into building collages when procrastinating on work lately lmao):

4gmiK7u.jpg



l8hcISn.jpg



OzKDPYY.jpg

When I saw the first collage, I thought "ExTP". Then I noticed that your type is ENTP.
About the instincts, maybe So/Sp?
 

Black Sun

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Wow these are some very sx/sp collages, I see the desire for a strong connection to nature, a person, or idea mixed in with a focus on the body. The overall earthy, sensual, insular, and peaceful atmosphere seems 9w1 sx/sp with some 6 within the darker images because they are charged with anxiety and hopelessness.
High Ne because of the abstract pieces and a lot of the pictures are sort of disconnected in style and somewhat in theme so it seems like many are their own world. I'll say Fi dominant because of how each collage comes together to represent an inner state. There is strong desire and heat and striking images, then everything gets chilled out and dampened down like there is a balance being maintained within the person. The sword wielding women are attention grabbing, cool, and steely and I want to analyze further but all I can say is they have a 3 feel to them.
I like how some of the people look right at you as if they can see me and are about to engage me. The second to last collage shows some figures that look somewhat prim so 1 influence came to mind (and it oddly seems sp/so).
These don't have the jagged edge of contraflow social last because I noticed I was drawn into these collages without a sense of being interrupted by the representation of another instinct (synflow).
 

Black Sun

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I have more to post, but no one has done the last ones I posted! lol I'll be patient.

Actually, I'm going to post these next two because they're probably a lot like the ones I already posted, so they just as well all go together.

These are Pinteresty goodness, chosen because I feel they represent some deep part of me.



Here are the previous ones no one has done yet! ;) (hint, hint!)

From The Aesthetics of your Beast thread here on the forum:



From some of the Aesthetics threads here on the forum:




(tried to reply to these above)
 

Anantashesha

ship of theseus
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Never really been camping, and this collage makes me want to.

If I didn't know your type, I'd have said 9w8 sx/sp with a 7-fix.

Lots of folks are giving my collages E9 and sometimes, 9 fix. Interesting- my collages must look very relaxing somehow. Also like that you gave Ennea instead of MBTI. Thanks. I'll try do one for your collage.

(go camping. It's awesome)
 

Anantashesha

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Argh; I don't know if my having a Mac has anything to do with this. It's annoying.

Hopefully these are visible now (I've really gotten into building collages when procrastinating on work lately lmao):


I'm not glancing at your listed type (if any) neither do I know the types you've ever listed yourself as (if any), so I'm going in blind.

What strikes me first throughout the entire collage(s) are are a strong interpersonal flavour- there are crowds, reference to social issues, a focus on a more 'social' (as opposed to contained / '1-on-1') presence, there are pictures that make eye contact, as if they are interacting with the viewer. From that alone I am giving soc first. There seems to be an undercurrent of passion, intensity of focus, and 'attraction' (in general) that jumps out next- it's like it's coming 'out there' and showing itself with a pop- all the colours, the way the pictures are focused, which gives me sx next- so/sx.

There is a feeling of a focus on 'real life' issues and things that are 'out there' and a self-reliance (or a want for it) in order to interact with the greater world out there, a focus on external systems that is driving me to 6 first, with the strong variety giving it a w7 flavour. "I am here and I fight for the good cause"- which could be a flavour of soc 6.

Along with the variety there is also a feeling of diving in and taking in the experiences in a way that seems very participatory instead of standing at the sidelines and observing, immersing one's self in it- it feels like a 4 edge. The strong touch of variety and outer-focus of 'going out there and getting it' is driving me to 4w3 over 4w5.

Last but not least, there are few but it exists- there is an undertone of social unity and inner peace, or at least an inner want of it- the photos of people, inclusionary social causes, the buddha statue, the few moments of standing together with a lover quietly away from society- not particularly dominating but still present- I'll give 9w8 for your gut.

6w7, 4w3, 9w8, so/sx. This was fun, with really nice visuals.
 

Burning Paradigm

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Alright one more! Do you see any type patterns emerging?

 
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Coriolis

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The first word that comes to mind to describe this is: Impressive. This should be a mural in a public place devoted to art or learning, say a science museum or public library.

OK - now for the details. The second word that comes to mind here is: Expansive (in the generic sense, not as used in enneagram). This is what suggests the scale of the collage. It comes from the broad bands of color on the top and bottom, the sparseness of some of the images (upper right with single bird against a red background) and the prominent use of RED overall. Overall the collage acts almost as a colorblock or quilt-like image, except that the blocks are not solid colors or abstract patterns, but actual images with distinct and appealing content.

The images seem very carefully curated, both in content and sizing and placement. There are common themes: birds, flames, the sun; also solitude/independence, focus on nature and open spaces. The bottom strip of purple flowers at first seems out of place, featuring a color found nowhere else in the collage, but somehow it works. It says to me "I put this here because I can." Overall, this collage combines the grand and the ordinary; the vast and the focused. I think it is this contrast that initially gave me the sense that it doesn't hang together, but the more I looked at it, the more I saw how it did.

So, what does all this mean? The expansiveness based on color, sparseness, and openness of the layout suggest someone who is comfortable putting himself out there, or at least comfortable being seen and given attention. It is not attention-seeking, but rather attention-accepting, perhaps even attention-appreciating, especially if that attention can be put to good use. A key part of that is the ability to control carefully what people see when they do pay attention.

The nature of the images suggests someone who, despite the above, really does enjoy having personal space, peace and quiet. They suggest a love of nature, or more accurately, an affinity for the spaces, sights, and sounds of the natural world, especially those evoking free-spiritedness, tranquility, and beauty. The purple flower image lends a dash of unpredictability, a sense of doing the unconventional, just because, and knowing it will turn out OK.

The combination suggests a person comfortable in the public sphere, almost in the manner of a noble, graciously sharing his presence and gifts with others, but on his own terms. Look carefully beneath the surface, listen behind the careful speech, and you will find a gentle, introspective and independent soul who appreciates beauty in its most elemental form, and would willingly lose himself there, at least for a time.
 

Burning Paradigm

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I went crazy and made a super-collage. What impressions do you get?

 
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Lord Lavender

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For [MENTION=40720]Burner[/MENTION] your collage is very aesthetically pleasing and I love the diverse themes you have and you've done a good job of creating a rainbow of sorts :D. Type wise I'm going to say 3w4 7w8 9w1 Sx/So. I see lots of 3 and a fair bit of 4 so I went with 3w4 plus it feels pretty hearty and imagery to me there's that 3 assertiveness and desire for glory but a hidden sadder reflective 4 wing is obvious too especially in the darker half of your collage. For the 7w8 threes a lot of desire for adventure and a sort of double Id energy to many of the pics that scream I WANT THIS AND THAT that makes me think of 7 and 8. Gut was harder but I lean 9w1 there seems to be that air of peace, calmness and discipline to some of them esp the left half of the collage. Sx/So due to the intense, people focused nature overall I get here though some do seem more Sp (The mansions and the huts but I see far more Sx and So by far).
 

Lord Lavender

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Anyone wanna take a shot at me :newwink:


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Saturnal Snowqueen

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Haven't made one of these in awhile. Went for a blue theme, I think it's my biggest one yet. I think it looks pretty gentle spirit-ish, but you tell me.

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