Photoshop Modder Perfected His Own 2021 F-150 Redesign Before it Even Came Out
Over the past couple of weeks, we have been treated to some interesting releases from ...
Over the past couple of weeks, we have been treated to some interesting releases from Ford. Most notably, we saw the latest Ford Bronco finally make its way from under the covers. For those who spent those couple of days with their eyes closed, we can inform you that the Bronco had practically taken over social media.
Just about everybody seemed to want to get in on the action, whether it was sharing photos of the new SUV or promising that they were getting ready to order it. In fact, the Bronco release was so big that it managed to overshadow another release from Ford that happened just a couple of weeks prior.
That’s right, for 2021, the Ford F-150 would get a facelift. The model will be all-new and offers everything from a different look to different performance options. However, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. For one individual who goes by the name of TheSketchMonkey on YouTube, it seemed like he saw a little bit of untapped potential.
We because familiar with this YouTube channel for the user’s modern-day renditions of cars that have died off. For example, the same user designed a modernized Ford Ranchero and tried to take the ugly out of the Pontiac Aztek. This time, the project at hand is something just a little bit different.
Here in the performance community, we’re ultra-familiar with the concept of wanting to modify a vehicle as soon as it comes out. Once a new nameplate hits the market, we can’t help but strap all kinds of performance parts on it and send it to the dyno. I mean, we even modified a C8 Corvette as it came out before giving it away.
This time, though, we watch as the latest and greatest F-150 get a little bit of modification done before it even hits the streets. That’s right, we no longer have to wait for these vehicles to come out to see what they would look like modified. Instead, Photoshop can get the job done for us as soon as the images hit the internet.