Hello, there. It looks like you took a TTO picture picture from the TTO Wiki and posted it on this TTR Wiki. Taking pictures from other Wikis without permission is frowned upon. And a lot of TTO pictures are considered "noncanon", especially replaceable ones like pictures of Shopkeepers and Toon Buildings.
I went ahead and deleted that picture. If you wanted to, you could probably take an in-game TTR picture and submit that instead.
You submitted "DrBlinky.png" to this Wiki on April 3, 2016. It was 200 × 304 pixels.
The one on the TTO Wiki is "Dr. Blinky.png", submitted on February 28, 2012. It's 330 × 501 pixels.
The same day you uploaded that last picture, you uploaded another picture from the TTO Wiki. I went ahead and deleted that one too, for the same reasons. Both versions have the same file name. Our Wikis have similar naming conventions in that respect. :P
You uploaded "Insomniac Insurance.jpg" to this Wiki on April 3, 2016. It was 250 × 109 pixels.
Thanks for trying to help out this Wiki. If you want to help make pictures for Toon Buildings, I have a few examples for you. Some of this is based on personal taste, so it's a bit subjective and there's more than one way to do it, but here's some Pages I made pictures for myself (well, most of them).
Alright, so a lot of those pictures go inside Templates. The Templates have a fixed amount of horizontal space that doesn't change. So if a picture is super wide, it ends up looking tiny. If the picture is super thin, then the picture gets blown up is way taller. So I figured out a really good height-to-width ratio for the pictures and made them as big as possible. I think I messed up on Dr. Fret's Dentistry because I made it look a little too tall.
Taking a picture of a Shopkeeper that's being partially obscured by a desk is actually different than taking a picture of a Fisherman that's not obscured at all. Fisherman actually benefit from thin and tall pictures, but Shopkeepers don't.
So I took most of those main pictures as in-game screenshots. As a side-effect, they were a pain in the neck to get just right. But the pictures have metadata like what District I was in, what my coordinates were, what version of Toontown Rewritten I was running, what Zone I was in, etc. I think this makes it easy to tell that the pictures are legit. They aren't Photoshoped, they aren't from Toontown Online/another Toontown server. One drawback of this is the .jpg screenshots are a little blurrier than .png pictures.
A while ago, there was a user here named "Datuntek" who liked to make pictures a bit differently than I did (usually .png's), but they were super awesome. Some of them were mind-blowing levels of awesome.
I know some of the Pages I showed you are contradictory, but hopefully it gave you some ideas. :)
Personally, I like to show the front and the back of an NPC super close to each other. Just kinda makes sense to me. But not everyone agrees with me so Paula Behr doesn't have the Gallery section close to the top of the Page anymore.
If there's whispers or debug messages that look really good when the Template smushes it against the left, then I usually like to have it just under the opening section, then under that a Gallery with what the NPC looks like behind the desk. Then maybe a Trivia section (maybe with a quote from a TTR Team member at the bottom). Then near the bottom the ToonTask section because those sections can get super long.
Even if you've been having graphical problems with taking in-game TTR pictures like I have (File:(Extraordinaire) Shirt Spin Buggy.gif), you still have a lot of options. You could get stuff from the Phase Files. (The last stable version of Panda3D I saw was "Panda3D-1.8.1".) Or could just use text. I think we still have a lot of Pages that haven't been made yet.