Many years ago, I drew this picture of the 12 apostles, attempting to show something of their personalities. At left are the four fishermen, Peter, Andrew, James, and John. Peter is, of course, talking. Philip, who brought people to Jesus, stands slightly behind John. I tried to make him look friendly. Thomas, who tended to doubt sometimes (thus his wondering expression), stands tall in the back. Matthew, the tax collector, wears a blue cloak. Bartholomew stands slightly behind Matthew. James, often called "the Less", stands in the back, wearing yellow. Simon the Zealot, in turquoise, stands with his arms crossed in defiance. Thaddaeus is beside him in a red cloak. Judas Iscariot looks off to the side, holding the money bag close to his face.