You can colorize this photo yourself using the half-finished materials that we give you. Download an archive containing the original image and the file with the strokes (*.strokes). Read the instructions here to see how it works.
It is beyond question that black and white photos have their charm. However, sometimes, adding color to a grayscale photo can help us to see it in a new light, to perceive new details. This postcard is a good illustration to this statement.
We use the plugin version in this tutorial, but you can take the standalone program and do the same to achive this result.
Follow the instructions to "breathe new life" into the postcard:
Take your time and outline with the big objects (for example, the girdle, the dress, the cushion, the plaid, and the furs on the sofa) following their boundaries.
To colorize the small details, draw finer strokes on them. For example, to color the pearls a line drawn inside every thread of the beads will be enough. To paint the eyes, just draw some strokes inside the eye iris and on the white of the eye.