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This is a discussion on Cognitive functions in art form within the The Art Museum forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; A couple of weeks ago, when I was on vacation, I had this pretty cool idea I wanted to share ...

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    Cognitive functions in art form

    A couple of weeks ago, when I was on vacation, I had this pretty cool idea I wanted to share about drawing the cognitive functions and capturing the essence of what I think fits best. Tell me what you guys think!

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    Last edited by danthemanklein; 07-21-2018 at 12:58 PM.
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    Introverted thinking is not even art it's literally a visual description of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soop View Post
    Introverted thinking is not even art it's literally a visual description of it.
    Oh, well... when I made this, I just drew down whatever ideas come to mind. Like, to me, when I was drawing Ti, I was thinking about it like boxes, and each box represents a logical discovery to see what fits through the arrows (i.e this box connects to that one), while the smaller boxes represent things that don't make sense to the user. To me, that could just be my representation or interpretation of what I understand of Ti through art form, I guess.

    EDIT: Not only that, but I also wanted to make it look as complex as all the other introverted functions.
    Last edited by danthemanklein; 07-22-2018 at 07:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danthemanklein View Post
    Oh, well... when I made this, I just drew down whatever ideas come to mind. Like, to me, when I was drawing Ti, I was thinking about it like boxes, and each box represents a logical discovery to see what fits through the arrows (i.e this box connects to that one), while the smaller boxes represent things that don't make sense to the user. To me, that could just be my representation or interpretation of what I understand of Ti through art form, I guess.

    EDIT: Not only that, but I also wanted to make it look as complex as all the other introverted functions.
    I understand I just meant that it stuck out to me as a more literal interpretation of the function than your other ones, then again it would be hard to make if less literal so I see your point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soop View Post
    Ti is not art it's a visual description of it.
    Fixed.


     

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