Ehh... :/ Ads in those times were still paintings.
Last edited by 71sbeetle; 08-06-2012 at 03:09 PM. Reason: added variations
And not to sound like a dick, but the bottle is crooked. You'd never see that in a real ad. Also, try some sepia toning if you want to get more of an authentic feel. Personally, I'd good for a more period-correct hair style and dress on the model, if I were going for that retro ad look.
I'll have to try the sepia thing I'm still working on that set. I also agree with the hair style, we need to find one that looks good on her that is from that era. As for the shirt she is wearing, it's from Bettie Page Clothing (https://www.bettiepageclothing.com/) which is a Pin Up style clothing store, it's made to look like from that era: http://www.bettiepageclothing.com/be...ilor-tank-navy.
I'll try better next time
I think if you add a bit of texturing over it, it would complete the effect. Like creases or worn corners, etc.
Nothing crazy, just subtle. Like this chap's work http://www.makeshift.ca/
This gent has pretty good texture resources http://thespook.deviantart.com/galle...rces/textures/