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Photochop Challenge 11 Ford Focus

Show us what you’d do with the Focus.

Apr 30, 2011

Last month we printed the top entries from our tenth Photochop Challenge to create your version of the new VW Jetta, as well as putting all the entries online at

Eurp_1104_03_o+photochop_challenge_11+left_side_view Photo 2/4   |   The top entry in our previous Jetta Photochop Challenge 10 by Josh Cloud

This time, we’re giving you two photos of Ford’s brand new Focus both four-door sedan and hatchback.

2018 Ford Focus
$17,950 Base Model (MSRP) 25/34 MPG Fuel Economy

This is the first time we’ve offered a Ford in the Photochop challenge, but its European roots make it as legitimate as Mexican-built Jettas, in our opinion!

What’s more, the rally heritage of the Focus makes it a great contender for a challenge such as this, while the sedan version has the look of a small Audi A4 of BMW 3-Series.

So choose which photo you wish to work on (do both if you like), and send us the result of your Photoshop work. Provided you use the supplied photos as the basis, you can do whatever you want to the car and background. You can either scan the photo here or download it from

Because we like to reward effort, we’re delighted to confirm that Ken Block at DC Shoes has kindly offered to donate another pair of his awesome Pro Spec 1.0 competition driving shoes to the best effort.

Eurp_1104_01_o+photochop_challenge_11+right_side_view Photo 3/4   |   Double click for high resolution image

These cost around $200 in stores or online, but we’ll award a pair to the photochop entry selected by Derek Jenkins (head of design at Mazda NA and formerly with VWoA) as the most creative and best executed.

The FIA-approved Pro Spec comes in Royal blue and was developed for use by professional drivers like Ken; co-founder of the premier skate shoe company, Ford WRC driver and star of the gymkhana video.

Get your entries to us by 4/25/11 that gives you about eight weeks after this issue goes on sale to create something sensational.

Email your entries to but please ensure your images are a minimum of 500Kb at 300dpi, or we won’t be able to print them. However, they shouldn’t be more than 2Mb files either. If they exceed this limit, please copy them to a CD and mail it to us at Photochop, eurotuner magazine, 831 South Douglas St, El Segundo, CA 90245.

Please ensure we have your full name, city you live in and your shoe size. We also need a list of the mods you’ve carried out to the Focus this is important if you win.

When emailing us, please put your name as the subject of the email (ie, Andrew Thorn Focus Photochop) and do the same for the (ie, andrewthornfocus1.jpg).

Eurp_1104_02_o+photochop_challenge_11+left_side_view Photo 4/4   |   Here are the Focus photos for you to chop. Simply download from Send us the results by 4/25/11

Remember, the Photochop Challenge is just for fun, so there are none of the usual competition rules. You can be a professional or amateur, you can have a go with pen and paper if you prefer and you can enter more than once.

All entries will appear online, with our favorites being printed in a future issue. However, your entry will be taken as permission to reproduce your artwork in the magazine, online and in other media. So why not have a go?



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