This is the first half of the art collab I did with @pictorch-art !  ♥  sketch was by me, finished product by her!

The sketch below the cut and the pose/character idea is mine  but she turned it into something beautiful!! <3 All the credit of the coloring/lines goes to Hanna!! Check out her blog! 

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American Horror Story: Asylum MBTI

Dr. Oliver Thredson: INFJ [The Protector]

INFJs are guided by a deeply considered set of personal values. They are intensely idealistic, and can clearly imagine a happier and more perfect future. They can become discouraged by the harsh realities of the present, but they are typically motivated and persistent in taking positive action nonetheless. INFJs want a meaningful life and deep connections with other people. They do not tend to share themselves freely but appreciate emotional intimacy with a select, committed few. Although their rich inner life can sometimes make them seem mysterious or private to others, they profoundly value authentic connections with people they trust. (Truity)

Monsignor Timothy Howard: ESTJ [The Guardian]

ESTJs are conventional, factual, and grounded in reality. For the ESTJ, the proof is in the past: what has worked and what has been done before. They value evidence over conjecture, and trust their personal experience. ESTJs look for rules to follow and standards to meet, and often take a leadership role in helping other people meet expectations as well. They concern themselves with maintaining the social order and keeping others in line. ESTJs command a situation, with the sense that they know how things should go and are ready to take charge to make sure that it happens. They are task-oriented and put work before play. Confident and tough-minded, the ESTJ appears almost always to be in control. (Truity)

Lana Winters: ENTP [The Debater]

ENTPs are energized by challenge and are often inspired by a problem that others perceive as impossible to solve. They are confident in their ability to think creatively, and may assume that others are too tied to tradition to see a new way. The [ENTP] relies on their ingenuity to deal with the world around them, and rarely finds preparation necessary. They will often jump into a new situation and trust themselves to adapt as they go. They like to find the loopholes and figure out how they can work the system to their advantage. This is not to say the [ENTP] is malicious: they simply find rules limiting, and believe there is probably a better, faster, or more interesting way to do things that hasn’t been thought of before.The ENTP is characteristically entrepreneurial and may be quick to share a new business idea or invention. They are confident and creative, and typically excited to discuss their many ingenious ideas. (Truity)

Kit Walker: ISFJ [The Defender]

ISFJs are driven by their personal values, and are conscientious in their behavior. They typically want to work hard, get along with others, and make sure they do what is expected of them. ISFJs value relationships highly and strive to cooperate and maintain harmony with others. They want stability and longevity in their relationships, and tend to maintain a deep devotion to family. They feel most connected with people they know they can rely upon over the long term. ISFJs are oriented to relationships, but can be reserved with new people. They rarely disclose personal information quickly. They tend to be focused and aware of their surroundings, and relate details from their own personal experience. They often converse in terms of what has happened to them and what they have seen first-hand. They are compassionate listeners, and typically remember details about people. They often enjoy hearing the facts about others in the process of making a connection. (Truity)

Grace Bertrand: INFP [The Dreamer]

INFPs are sensitive, caring, and compassionate, and are deeply concerned with the personal growth of themselves and others. Individualistic and nonjudgmental, INFPs believe that each person must find their own path. They enjoy spending time exploring their own ideas and values, and are gently encouraging to others to do the same. INFPs are creative and often artistic; they enjoy finding new outlets for self-expression. INFPs may initially seem cool, as they reserve their most authentic thoughts and feelings for people they know well. They are reflective and often spiritual, and often interested in having meaningful conversations about values, ethics, people, and personal growth. Typically curious and open-minded, the [INFP] continually seeks a deeper understanding of themselves and of the people around them. (Truity)

Dr. Arthur Arden: INTJ [The Scientist]

INTJs are perceptive about systems and strategy, and often understand the world as a chess board to be navigated. They want to understand how systems work, and how events proceed: the INTJ often has a unique ability to foresee logical outcomes. They enjoy applying themselves to a project or idea in depth, and putting in concentrated effort to achieve their goals. INTJs are typically reserved and serious, and seem to spend a lot of time thinking. They are curious about the world around them and often want to know the principle behind what they see. They thoroughly examine the information they receive, and if asked a question, will typically consider it at length before presenting a careful, complex answer. Although INTJs aren’t usually warm or particularly gregarious, they tend to have a self-assured manner with people based on their own security in their intelligence. (Truity)

Sister Jude Martin: ESFP [The Performer]

ESFPs are usually ambitious and want to be admired and respected, but they don’t make plans the way Judging types do; they don’t think in step-by-step terms. They think perceptually, alert to opportunities life offers them. ESFPs are so accustomed to handling problems as they arise that intractable difficulties can make them feel anxious and want to get away as soon as possible. They don’t like unpleasantness that can’t be handled with immediate action. If they get trapped in a situation they don’t want to be in, they will generally go along only until escape becomes possible. ESFPs need to cultivate enough Introverted Feeling to look within–that is, to stop responding to life as it exists, and to consider what they themselves can bring to it. Without some internal code of honor, these types tend to be social chameleons. It’s hard to tell who they really are apart from the people they’re currently connecting with. They don’t really know what they need or want for themselves, and they don’t think much beyond their immediate situation. They respond to what comes at them–sometimes with great ingenuity, but with little sense of purpose. (Lenore Thomson)