from the first video: 3:00 Si Concerned Stare 3:01 Je Head Accentuation 3:02 Pi Eye Drift 3:03 Si Lightweight Inertia? 3:04 Si Concerned Eye Drifting 3:05 Ne Strong Eye Toggling + Je Head Shake 3:06 Je Demonstrative Hands 3:08 Pi Eye Drift + Je Brow Raise + Pi Inertia 3:10 Pi Eye Drift + Si Lightweight Inertia? 3:12 Pi Ey Drift 3:13 Ne Strong Eye Toggling 3:15 Je Demonstrative Hands 3:17 Si Concerned Eye Drifting 3:18 Pi-lead Drift & Jut Pattern 3:19 Je Head Shake 3:22 Pi Eye Drift 3:24 Je Subordinate Head Shake (understated: subordinate judgment) 3:25 Pi Eye Drift 3:26 Si Lightweight Inertia? + Je Head Shake (understated: subordinate judgment) 3:28 Pi Eye Drift 3:29 Si Lightweight Inertia? 3:30 Pi Eye Drift 3:32 Pi Eye Drift
Prominent Signals: - Pi Eye Drifts - Si Lightweight Inertia? - Je Gesticulations - Ne Strong Eye Toggling
from the looks of it, I'd definitely go with Si-lead. eye drifts and inertia is very clear, but the quality seems to follow a more lightweight pattern, which leads me Si. a concerned scowl seems to be imprinted on his face. while I didn't highlight it in this short timestamp, I believe him to be an Fe user most likely, due to: - Ti Absent Tension - Fe On-beat Emphasis
he lacks what I'd expect of an SiTe. but that being said, I'd place him as SiFe (alt. SiTe)
Last Edit: Dec 25, 2017 4:17:47 GMT -5 by commakaze
Kaze, see how I thought of him as Fe, but I got confused? (When I someone shares his pic online, I swear my brains screams "Feeeeeee!") I got confused by the fast movements that reminded me of Te snippiness. Sometimes I'll mistake jittery movement in Fe-Ti for Te snippiness. Is there a thread where this is clarified? This is one of those qualia things that may need further definition.