Yeaaaaaah, pretty nice. I don't have nearly the time to make this kind of thing, or the space to display it, but some kind of thematic backgrounds might be an improvement over the blue-white gradient or simple coloured paper I use now.
The other day I found a page with a pretty amazing collection of free Star Wars-themed downloadable paper terrain, that I thought might do the trick and be simple to use. I printed some off, and quickly whipped up this super-basic backdrop:
Your typical Death Star corridor, nothing to write home about. But even this produces some fun photos:
|"Only a master of evil, Darth!"|
Trying something a little more elaborate:
|"Hey, what's HE doing here?"|
Wow, right out of the movies! OK, maybe not exactly, but I like it. And it gives the figures a bit more "story" or context, which any even halfway-decent sculpt should already be trying to evoke. Also, while it's not very creative on my part, I could print these at different scales to display 15 or 28mm minis.