I’ve finally gotten around to creating a new contest! Though, I’m unsure about the level of interest this contest will receive. If we receive enough entries, I’ll be doing this more often with better prizes. :happy:
Create a visual graphic/graphics relevant to PersonalityCafe, MBTI, or Enneagram.
Provide at least 1 visual graphic art relevant to PersonalityCafe, MBTI, or Enneagram. No limit on how many entries.
Compile your images into a single post.
Entries could be a drawing, painting, photoshop, etc...
ONLY post entries in this thread! Any other post that is not an entry will be deleted. If persistence to derail the thread consistently occurs, corrective measures will be taken.
1 winner will be chosen according to the number of “Thanks” they receive. We will enable the thanks system in this forum once the contest is over.
If a tie occurs, we will have a face off via anonymous poll voting thread.
Any size and gender T-Shirt with PersonalityCafe logo and your username on it.
Contest End Date:
June 11, 2011
Note: We will also be utilizing this thread for potential volunteers for the official PerC “Graphics Staff” position. If you’re interested in becoming a PerC staff, please send a private message my way.
I don't know if I invented or re-invented this graphical representation of the relations between functions...anyways, I couldn't find anything exactly like it, so I created it myself. This contest seems to be an opportunity to post it.
Any two functions next to each other on the wheels are related: \= similar means, /= similar ends.
The functions that occur together in types are on a straight line through the center.
I thought this was relatable to Carl Jung since he was very into the subconscious and furthermore dreams. If it's not relatable, feel welcome to disqualify me. I'm not sure how literal of a correlation you wanted. (I know it's kind of pushing the boundaries, and I don't want to be unfair to the other users.)
Well, I'm not an NF,but I made this for a friend who is one- showcasing their troubled, vibrant spirit ,loving nature and need to be always there for everyone (me) regardless of what it costs them.
All the NFs I know personally are almost bottomless in their depth, emotional receptivity and caring nature (mother, brother, best friend). That also makes them more liable to hurting, and I also find that a high percentage of NFs tend to feel troubled, anguished and misunderstood.
This is a completely personal assessment, and I know some of them are as happy and carefree as can be, yada yada. Just a little token of appreciation I suppose. Anyhoo here goes nothing.