@Background Pony #F935
of the Mane Six, Princess Twilight Sparkle, almost
got stepped on; even if you may need to squint to notice the minuscule speck of purple next to Celestia’s hoofprint.
Squint harder, and you’ll notice an ant thinner than a sheet of paper in that same hoofprint. Giving a good idea of what Twilight would have looked like if Celestia had stepped just a little bit more forward, a little more to the right…
Or, considering what her pose looks like to me, if Twilight hadn’t leaped out of the way in the nick of time.
So, yeah. Fridge horror.
@Knight of the Raven
Bumping my query from last time, since the lack of reply gave me more time to think.
The description for nervous grin
looks perfect to me.
The ones for forced smile
and fake smile
also look good. I thought about writing “A character is forced to smile by someone else” for the former versus “A character forces themselves to smile” for the latter, but then I remembered that, say, a conman’s smile is certainly fake but probably not forced. Not like Twilight’s were in the pictures I embedded, at any rate.
I’m still stumped on awkward smile
though. More precisely, the “in an unnatural way” part of the description. I’d say the brainwashed Mane Five in Every Little Thing She Does
smiled exactly like that, and I don’t think that qualifies as “awkward,” however fuzzy my own definition of the term may be.