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School Express by Wister Whiskers, at Deviant Scrap http://www.mischiefcircus.com/shop/manufacturers.php?manufacturerid=39 Aged Film overlays by Wister Whiskers, at Deviant Scrap http://www.mischiefcircus.com/shop/manufacturers.php?manufacturerid=39

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peppapig 10 years ago
Brilliant!!
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Name Deleted 10 years ago
Oh wow, this is wonderful, the vintage feel is amazing, it\'s almost eerie in a way!
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eklektik 10 years ago
Again, I find it most interesting to see your own creative vision using your designs. Really like your monochromatic vintage effects - luv your figure with lace up shoes!! Truly showcases your wonderful overlays!!
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Mister_Whiskers 10 years ago
Thanks, all! Can I ask... when it says "Click on image to view larger image" - does that work for you? It doesn\'t work for me on either Firefox, Chrome, or IE?
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January 10 years ago
I LOVE this picture - this kit looks way cool too! I cant ever "click on larger image" either - thought it was just because Im a digi-ditz!
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foxeysquirrel 10 years ago
Thrilling to see such an sensational layout inspired by a vintage look!!!
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ArmyGrl 10 years ago
I know this is not a photograph...but it sure could be :
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Hopper11 10 years ago
I love this - reminds me of the railway children, makes me feel very nostalgic
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Name Deleted 10 years ago
Love this - looks like she is off on quite an adventure.\r\n\r\nA question for you please. What PS blending modes do you find most effective for your Aged Film Overlays? Any tips appreciated!
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Mister_Whiskers 10 years ago
@ Ms. Bailey - I think I used three Aged Film overlays on this. Cut a circular and wide-feathered hole in the middle of each, then just experiment with blend modes in Photoshop (I\'ve forgotten what modes I used, I usually just scroll down the list - until the real-time preview shows me one I like, and that allows plenty of opacity while showing the underlying picture and retaining the scratches). Finally, add vignette effect to darken the edges to give that \'old camera\' look.
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Name Deleted 10 years ago
most helpful suggestions - thank you!
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Billa 10 years ago
Wowww ... this looks fantastic, Mr. Whiskers!! ... and me I\'m curious too "how did he do that" meaning I\'m as well interested as to how in this example you blended the overlay to get that wonderful effect ...
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RambleOn 10 years ago
Fabulous look! Love it :
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Name Deleted 10 years ago
WOW! Love the photo effect! Gorgeous work.
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Mister_Whiskers 10 years ago
Oh, I forgot to say... also take the Opacity right down (20%-40%), on each overlaid layer, before you experiment with the Blend Modes.
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jen104 10 years ago
I love the worn, vintage look of this layout. Absolutely beautiful. PS - love your avatar, lol.
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joamosatcharterdotnet 10 years ago
Beautiful work and a beautiful page...
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WaterRabbit 9 years ago
This is really stunning - the vintage feel, the photo effects - just beautiful!
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