Vintage wallpaper in Photoshop

In this tutorial, I will show you some of the great techniques for CS5 for creating such a stylized poster:

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Start by creating a new document. 1280×1024 resolution of 72 pixels per inch. Palette – Rgb. Fill the background with color #BE0500 via PaintBucketTool (Fill).

We find the source, I will use this photo here. You can use any photo, even your own.

Remove the background from the photo in any way (for example, using Pen (Feather) or MagicWand (Magic Wand), or MagneticLasso (Magnetic Lasso), etc.) and place the photo in the center of the main document.

We press Filter – Filter Gallery – Film Grain (Filters – Filter Gallery – Film grain):

We will succeed:

Discolour the layer with the photo, holding Ctrl + Shift + U, and add the following shadow styles for the layer:

It will turn out like this:

Now we need to download a couple of brush sets: c130_splatter, Old_paper_brushes_by_Annette29 andSeu_Davi.Create a new layer, set the foreground color to black. Next, we omit the opacity value to 15% and choose this brush from Seu_Davi:

We paint over the edges of the hair to make them darker:

Create a layer mask so that the brush layer is visible only on top of the photo. Holding Alt or Option (for Mac) and click between the brush layer and the photo layer in the layer list:

What we have:

Create a new layer and fill it with color. # 3A0D05

Again we make the layer a mask. Holding Alt or Option (for Mac) and click between layers:

Change the blending mode to Color (Chromaticity).

We press CreateNewFillorAdjustmentLayer (Create a new fill layer or adjustment layer) at the bottom of the layers panel and click Curves (Curves) with the following settings:

We can do it like this:

Holding Alt or Option (for Mac) and click between layers:

And we have:

On the new layer, we’ll use this opacity brush. 20-40%:

Paint over like this. The layer with this brush should be under the photo layer.

Create another layer and with a similar brush again create brush strokes of the same style, just let the opacity value be 5-10%. Also put this layer under the photo layer.

For the next layer, select brush. FlatCurveThinStiff black color.

Again, place the layer under the photo layer and make several strokes.

Add the following shadow styles for the layer:

We get:

Now select this white brush from Old_paper_brushes_by_Annette29:

We work on a new layer under the layer with a photo:

Add styles for the inner shadow:

It should look like this:

Now choose another white brush from Old_paper_brushes_by_Annette29:

As always, on a new layer:

Set the blending mode to Overlay (Overlap):

Select this brush from с130_splatter black color:

We make several strokes, as shown below, with different parameter values. Opacity (Opacity) on a layer under a layer with a photo:

Repeat the previous step, changing the brush color to white:

For the new layer, use the standard hard brush:

Add a few white circles, as shown below.

Set value Fill (Fill) by 90% and change the blending mode to LighterColor (Lighter).

Again we use the standard hard brush, as in the previous step, only black and opacity in 80%. It turns out like this:

Change the blending mode to Substract (Subtraction).

Create a new layer again, select the brush shown in the illustration below from Seu_Davi and install #Cabcab on foreground color.

I use a brush, paint over the area under the face, as shown below.

On the new layer we will use again PaintBucketTool (Fill) color # A57760. Layer, as always, placed under the layer with the photo.

Apply Filter – Noise – AddNoise (Filters – Noise – Add Noise) with the following settings:

We get:

Lower parameter Fill (Fill) up to 30% and change the blending mode to HardMix (Hard mixing).

Create a new layer and select a round hard brush. Now we will make this boy blue eyes:

Set value Fill (Fill) by 50% and change the blending mode to Color (Chromaticity).

We press CreateNewFillorAdjustmentLayer (Create a new fill layer or adjustment layer) at the bottom of the layers panel and apply Levels (Levels) with the following settings:

We get:

Fill the new layer with color #DEC59D.

Lower parameter Fill (Fill) up to 44% and change the blending mode to Multiply (Blackout).

Via Polygonal lassoTool (Polygonal Lasso) select the lower right corner, as shown below.

Choose a soft brush color #FF7200 and change the opacity to 60%.

Paint over the diagonal side as shown below.

Set value Fill (Fill) by 45% and change the blending mode to LinearBurn (Line Dimmer). Apply the following styles for shadows:

And we have:

Create a new layer again, select this brush from Seu_Davi opacity 80% white color.

We work with a brush as shown below:

Change the blending mode to Overlay (Overlap).

We press CreateNewFillorAdjustmentLayer (Create a new fill layer or adjustment layer) at the bottom of the layers panel and apply Curves (Curves) with the following settings:

And you’re done!

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