Here are a couple of recommendations for shooting pictures of Clix (learned through much trial and error):
- If you have a tripod, use it. You want to eliminate shaking of the camera altogether. If your camera has timer, that is even better, because then you don't get movement from the pressure of your finger on the shutter button.
- Keep the camera back about 2 feet from the figure.
- Set the camera to maximum pixelation. I have mine set to 5 megabyte...
There are often threads on the Realms with the theme "what do you listen to when you are getting ready to play Clix?" I have a playlist on my iPod that holds all my superhero related tunes... instead of retyping it each time, here's the list.
Save Me, by Remy Zero ("Smallville")
Superman, by Five For Fighting ("Smallville")
Hero, by Chad Kroeger feat. Josey Scott ("Spider-Man")
Superman: Main Theme, by John Williams...
Okay, I was a lot more specific for my X-Men and Avengers list... I will probably be a little more "lenient" about this, and not go so much off keywords, because of the fracture of the JLA teams by keyword.
10. Ray Palmer LE (Or): A fantastic low-cost Phasing tactician for the JLA! His Phasing makes for a great Perplexer, and with a couple of clicks of it, he's pushable. Relatively low cost (for a JLA figure) makes him very usable and you can fit him on a team. Correct sculpt...