I'm working on capturing all of the BootyPedia screen. These images might be useful for individual item pages. I have all of them for the Starting Entries, and am about halfway done cropping and naming them.
I'll work on the full bootypedia using Debug when that is done.
I'm not sure the best way to upload them to ufopedia.org, though. Nor how to best incorporate them into the work you are doing. I can share them in Dropbox if that would be useful.
Also, I hugely appreciate all the work and effort you are putting into this.
First off, thank you for appreciating it, gives me motivation to finish. I have been focusing on doing it for myself right now because otherwise I would have gave up awhile ago since trying to devise a layout that presents enough information without becoming cluttered has been difficult as well as sorting through the data.
For images; it's kind of tough. UFOpaedia never really got a good way to multiple uploads so it's just a lot of tedious single file uploads (also a reason I skipped it. Other reason is I am terrible with graphic editors atm.).
If you check the pages, I generally already have a "sample" (Example page
/ Example filename Uniform_Annihilator_Piratez.gif
, .png is best, .gif work too) picture as well as most of the filename patterns (you can check the source or just ask me a question here, UFOpaedia talk page, or Steam or however you like if you aren't sure). The hammer image you uploaded probably won't be used as most of that information will be in infoboxes. However, that will be great for Research articles... but Dioxine already mentioned not wanting to use the backgrounds for purposes (aka l e g a l mostly). So... yeah.
Anyway, this is the convention the site is using for weapons/armor/equipment/etc:
X-Com: UFO Defense
X-Com: Terror From The Deep
- Armor - I think Research picture were utilized here as TFTD had art backgrounds, rather than the inventory sprite. I think X-Com: UFO's armor page is better.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown
XCOM: Long War Mod
I'm trying to follow Long War layout, as I feel that's the best aesthetically of the other examples.
Sorry for the wall of text.