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Re: Rorschach

Postby Crayz » Sat Apr 17, 2010 5:24 am

SmileXx wrote:Means that the logical part of your brain is dominant.
I'd wager you're not artistically inclined either.
Or, if you are, it would be strictly in a "I can see this so I can draw it" kind of way.

I'm far based outside of reality I see tons of things.
The more I look the more I see.
It's neat, really.


I think its more based on the current mindset I'm in. From time to time I can take simple curved, scribbled, or combination of lines and produce various images from them in quantity. Though I stared at these blobs for a few minutes per and nothing came to mind at all, maybe because of the pressure or awareness of this test.

Usually when I use to sketch, from time to time I'd have one image in mind, make roughly 15% progress on it, then have an entirely different idea on the image. Sometimes I'd change the idea 3-4 times until the final outcome. For surrealism or abstract art I'd have, say, a fourth or a third of a specific part of the image drawn, look at it for a few, and consider multiple options of what I should finish it as. Other times I'd begin sketching and my mind is just blank, empty, nothing at all comes to mind. Usually what it takes to produce is close my eyes and practically meditate.

Marky, I guess I failed the test :lol:

Edit: I'll attempt this more in different settings and moods. I might have to print these out and not be stuck within my laptop and activities for best results
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Re: Rorschach

Postby MarkY » Sat Apr 17, 2010 9:05 am

Crayz wrote:
SmileXx wrote:Means that the logical part of your brain is dominant.
Marky, I guess I failed the test :lol:


Yup. You're a crazy wacko who needs to be confined from society. :lol:
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Re: Rorschach

Postby SmileXx » Sat Apr 17, 2010 2:18 pm

MarkY wrote:
Crayz wrote:
SmileXx wrote:Means that the logical part of your brain is dominant.
Marky, I guess I failed the test :lol:


Yup. You're a crazy wacko who needs to be confined from society. :lol:


Actually not seeing anything means very little, Crayz.
It just means you're not receptive to this particular kind of test.
Considering this test have been determined to be unreliable anyway, it doesn't mean anything even if I see a pirate ship.
Which I did.
Yay pirate ships.
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Onebravegirl » Sat Apr 17, 2010 5:54 pm

I find these tests frustrating. I have taken several and I find the selection of answers very limited and simplistic.
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Re: Rorschach

Postby MarkY » Sat Apr 17, 2010 6:11 pm

onebravegirl wrote:I find these tests frustrating. I have taken several and I find the selection of answers very limited and simplistic.
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Selection? It's not multiple choice, you answer whatever you want. Look at my answers compared to everyone else's for example...
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Onebravegirl » Sat Apr 17, 2010 6:25 pm

I was speaking in general of most test in this field. I will take a look at your test now.
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Onebravegirl » Sat Apr 17, 2010 6:38 pm

1. A very angry Rabbit
2. Someone with way too much makeup on with their face pressed against glass
3. A gargoyle laughing-kinda looks like my Pug
4. A Sasquach standing over a glass table top
5. A furry bat flying away from me
6. A road killed sloth
7. Two people giving a thumbs up to each other with their wrists on their knees
8. A Transformer at a gay pride parade
9. Two dragons farting at each other
10. A Fat man running away from a fire works disaster

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Re: Rorschach

Postby Crayz » Sun Apr 18, 2010 7:16 am

Does marky know nothing about the purpose of this forum and the strength of words alone tied in with mind disorders, yet alone anything about mind disorders? Calling me a crazy wacko confined from society is nothing but scum. The kind of scum which brings us to a place like this for support
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Re: Rorschach

Postby SmileXx » Mon Apr 19, 2010 12:46 am

Yeah.... he was totally kidding.
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Crayz » Mon Apr 19, 2010 1:02 am

Games and jokes potentially result in the downfall of anybody. Placing a laughing smiley mimicking my smiley shows a sarcastic tone meant to be offensive.

Edit: Last night's situation placed me in a terrible mindset. Whether it was a friendly joke or nonfriendly joke, words can be strongly affective given the right mindset.
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