No sets this week, but a LOT of garage doors. We showcase the three best ones here, but there are quite a few more on the workshop that may yet be approved. Our favorite skin this week is Skull Crusher, by Badtrip.
A continuation of Milho Frito's Racer series of clothing, weapons and pretty much everything else, now there's a garage door to match. If you're going to use a Death Racer 54 clan uniform, this garage door is a must, and helps you advertise your clan loud and proud. Stick it out front of your base where it can't be missed, or slap it on a defeated enemy's base to let 'em know who took them down.
We we saw one of these installed in an industrial space near us, locked up tight with suspicious chemical smells escaping through the cracks. We decided against bringing fruitcake and introducing ourselves...
The door is a perfectly realistic roll up door, which we feature here more for quality than creativity. Although simple the door's details are perfect in just about every way and will look good on any base, but especially against stone walls. By T.O.N.Y.A.E.R.
Our third and final garage door skin this week is Hell's gate by Veys. It's not a technically strong skin, but it is certainly emotionally evocative, and not at all shy about it. Makes for a fine base front door or banner, if you stick it up high enough. Or maybe a good territorial marker. Best of all, nobody can mistake it for a friendly banner. Anyone who comes knocking on this door to beg for supplies deserves what comes.
Crossbow skins have not been a popular choice in the workshop for some time now, probably because gears were hard to come by. But now that the loot tables are changing and higher end weapons require blueprints, we may start to see more of them.
LittleRanger's Marauder is not a splashy skin, but it is certainly aggressive, with a tough, primitive construction, toothy monster mouth, and jagged, medieval spikes contrasting with modern rubber and metalwork. Ugly and Effective.
T.O.N.Y.A.E.R.'s second skin this week is pure junk, and we mean that in the nicest way possible. The gun is a hundred percent salvage yet clearly well cared for, a collection of incompatible parts somehow persuaded to hang together and fire homemade bullets, if only for a little while.
The whole gun is good, but detail above the trigger guard and on the ammo clip is particularly interesting. Also note the greasy red leather on the grip and binding the gun barrel.
Halloween will be over by the time this gun gets approved, but every day is Halloween for Badtrip, so this gun gets skulls. We count...seven unique skulls, or ten if you count them on both sides of the gun. Skulls with red eyes, skulls with green, cheerful, angry, surprised skulls, Skull Crusher has them all. Colors are bright and attractive, and we really like the bone enamel plating on the grip and trigger.
Mow 'em down old school with the beautiful Soul Taker LR300 by Milho Frito. Popular from the moment it appeared in the workshop, Soul Taker is a black and gold LR300 Limousine, sleek, luxurious, and well-appointed. The royal flourishes and embellishments do not distract, and the rust and tarnish seen here and there on the weapon only add character.
This mask is part of a hoodie, pants, and metal facemask set by Relic and Nevil112. The hoodie and pants are not very strong, but the mask is excellent. It's got nine-inch nails crazyman markings here and there, and its brutal construction belongs in a slasher movie. The best touch is a ragged layer of chicken wire on the inside of the mask, from the eyes on down to the chin. Either this guy isn't afraid of anything, or he's already blind.
Think twice before you eat the mushrooms you find on the forest floor. Freddy didn't, and look what happened! A custom SMG airbrushed in racing chex and strange, chemically distorted bugs.
The art community seems fascinated with the racing theme, applying it to pretty much all kinds of skins even if it doesn't make much sense. A racing submachine gun? Drugs are BAD, mmmkay?
A cold, lidless eye stares at prey from a rough, scaled reptilian face, promising a sudden and painful death. The mouth is full of teeth, and it ain't smiling.
Angry crocodile has turned out to be quite popular on the workshop, we think because it's well executed and easy to identify, even at some distance. That, and everyone knows crocodiles are cold, brutish killers, which many players strive to be.