I really like the approach of Frederic Pignon towards horses. I thought he could be TiNe-Fe because it sounded a good idea and a good fit with the Psychoanalyst type. I confirmed my impression with vultology, but of course I could be biased especially as I evaluated him with an assumption in mind. I would be interested to have other opinions
ah! one of my fellow countrymen - vive la France <3
Something I've noticed about people of European origin, especially the French and German, is that we tend to engage the lavator labii superioris muscles, which raise the upper lip. This can sometimes give a similar appearance to Fi snarling tension, but doesn't necessarily indicate the presence of Fi.
In Frederic's case I see a slight upward tension, but also swelling, on-beat articulation, delicate pinching with his hands, and intentional smiles that pull out horizontally. The pattern of his gesticulations has that *oomph* of Fe, and his voice is smooth and embedded with emotionality. This all points to Fe>Fi. TiNe-Fe is actually a good guess for him I think, although FiNe isn't impossible since he does have that tension present.
Indeed I see now this upper lip tension in his smile, his mouth is even kind of square sometimes. But I find the area below his eyes flat, and I don't see asymmetries. It seems that vultology is often not so straightforward
I have actually another horseman case which I think could be TiNe-Fe: Mark Rashid. Similar assumption and impression as I had for Frederic Pignon. But there are not many videos of him - I find this one good to assess him but the quality is low:
I have one of his books which is very autobiographical. If you think you have enough material to type him accurately and if you find it useful, I could summarize it for your autobiographies project?