Create a new layer and name it â€œBrushâ€. Position it above the Background layer.
Select the Brush tool then right-click anywhere in your image. Click on the flyout menu (top-right of the brush settings) then click Load brushes. Browse for the Kinetic Photoshop brushes then click OK.
Once youâ€™ve loaded your Photoshop brushes, youâ€™ll see them at the bottom of your list. Pick this brush here:
Increase the size of your brush so that you can draw a line behind the text like this. For my font, I set my brush size to 2000px.
Hold on! Thereâ€™s something wrong and if youâ€™re a Photoshop expert youâ€™d probably spot it. While we did create the brush background, itâ€™s very repetitive and any Photoshop guru would be able to spot this. Go to Edit > Undo to undo what you just did. Iâ€™ll show you how to easily fix this in the next step.
To get rid of the pattern notoriously known as the â€œclone-stamp patternâ€, weâ€™re going to add some random rotation to the brush â€“ so that when you paint the line, Photoshop will rotate the brush to give it a random appearance. Hereâ€™s how to do this:
Go to Window > Brush. Make sure you have the Brush tool selected then checkmark the â€œShape Dynamicsâ€ setting. Now, set the â€œAngle Jitterâ€ to 100%.
Now paint the line again. Those clone-stamp patterns are now gone.
Now weâ€™re going to add the paper texture. Select the top layer then go to File > Place. Pick the â€œWrinkled Brown Paper (11).jpgâ€ file then click OK. Rotate and scale the paper texture like this. Press Enter on your keyboard to apply the transformation.
Go to Layer > Rasterize > Layer then press Ctrl/Cmd+U (or Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation) and reduce the saturation to â€“100. Click OK.
Change the blending mode of this layer to Overlay.