PewDiePie makes bizarre Tesla truck creation for Photoshop competition

Daniel Cleary
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YouTube star Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg took part in a photoshop competition making some bizarre creations for his entries.

The popular YouTube star has built a massive following of over 102 million subscribers by producing gaming and entertainment videos for his channel.

However, in his November 22 upload, the Swede decided to put his Adobe Photoshop skills to the test and entered in a competition to see what he could come up with.

TeslaPewDiePie made use of the new Tesla Cybertruck in his photoshop entries.

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Ahead of making his entries, PewDiePie revealed that he had first learned how to use the graphic editing software by taking part in these competitions, “This is actually how I learned photoshop, I used to do tiny sub-community competitions.”

“I remember how thrilling it was to submit and have people vote on what you made in photoshop, he said, explaining why he decided to take part, “I thought that was so fun even if five people participated, it was still cool.”

The YouTuber made many bizarre creations to enter in the r/photoshopbattles subreddit, showing off his capabilities with the Adobe app by completely transforming photos to be meme-worthy.

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However, one of his better entries made use of the newly revealed Tesla Cybertruck, which has quickly become a meme for its unusual style, as he transformed the image into the iconic Warthog vehicle from Bungie’s Halo series.

Although PewDiePie spent a lot of time on some of his entries, he failed to see much results for his effort as the only win he could claim was due to no one else entering the competition, “No one else posted? That means I won, alright we got one win gamers.”

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Despite being upset over his lack of wins in the photoshop battles, the popular content creator explained that he actually had fun taking part in the competition with his unusual entries.

PewDiePie is continuing to gain a massive following on YouTube with his daily upload schedule and seems to be well on his way to hitting 110 million subscribers soon.

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