I've been wondering for a while whether to ask you this or not... but here it goes, it never hurts to ask. It might even be a useful thing for the wiki.
I'll do my best do explain... but please do not be offended if I explain too much and ignore it if it's stupid.
I've been "working" on a little project since the day the social sharing functions have been implemented in the game: collecting all the awesome photos/portraits of the Incrediballs and costumes, in the highest quality possible.
As you probably know, when we share an image on Twitter or Facebook, It undergoes a compression process to make it load faster, but this creates compression artifacts that blur the image. As to get these images of the game we need to share them in social networks, it is difficult to avoid this loss of quality.
To better understand what I am talking about, here are two examples:
After Twitter compression (look around the name and character):
Throughout the updates some modifications have been made, but currently there are two versions of all the images: the Twitter version and the Facebook version.
Twitter - Wide image with 1024x512px
Facebook - Square image with 600x600px
The Facebook version is now shared as a link to the original file, so it retains the original quality (at least on Android).
The Twitter version in now only available on iPhone, so I'm not sure how it works there (as I play on Android). When it was available on Android, I was able to get the original file by saving it to the device via the Twitter app, right after sharing. If it was on a different device (PC, for example), it already had that awful compression. It may work the same way on iPhone.
Having said that, as you may also be collecting these images, we could join forces and, together, get them all in high quality.
Unfortunately, most of the images posted on the wiki aren't the original file but the compressed version, so I think it would be nice to replace them with the better quality versions (and add the Facebook versions as well, since they are quite different). I think they deserve to be preserved.
However, I don't know what is the best way to do this.
Here's what I have (just the Incredibles, for now):
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7335ptukf3ic ... 1mW4a?dl=0
As you can see, I already have the vast majority of the original files (feel free to download what you want), but I'm still lacking some (I can no longer get the Twitter versions and missed some of the seasonal Incrediballs).
I hope this is not a stupid thing that only I care about. If you are interested, I can even do a spreadsheet to keep things organized (the costumes is the most complicated part because no one has them all... I think).