There are twelve new skins in the store today, eight Workshop approvals and four Rust Christmas skins, brought to you by the talented artists at Facepunch. This week saw the introduction of the small furnace skin. There are three of them in the store right now, and we think they'll make a huge difference to the look of your base, so feast your eyes below. Our favorite: The Blacksmith Furnace, by JohnnyOldBoy.
So here's something that proves the post-apocalyptic world is not all bad--a 100% natural, artificial fiber free bed "roll" (we don't think it can actually roll up). It's good for the environment, and also comes with it's own extensive inventory of biting, burrowing insects so you can always feel like you're roughing it in the great outdoors, which you are.
The bedroll is good for players who like to focus on the primitive side of the game, and for players who need to hide their sleeping bags in a desert or temperate environment. By JohnnyOldboy.
The Vigilante is a simple and straightforward double barrel shotgun by LittleRanger. It's largely devoid of his usual colorful embellishments, but instead presents a no-nonsense implement of destruction. The weapon turned out quite popular on the workshop, proving there's a significant market for good-looking, realistic guns that don't go over the top and get too flashy.
As we mentioned, this gun is not quite this artist's usual style. If you like his work and you're looking for something with a little more color, be sure and drop by his workshop for a look. All of his approvals are still available in the Steam community market for Rust.
La Crampe picked up an approval with this lawman style Python revolver. Of course, the gun doesn't know who's shooting it, and most Rust players aren't exactly lawmen, but you'll know in your heart who's the good guy, and who's the bad guy, and that's what counts.
The gun's got nice, sleek lines, a couple of lawman stars, and not a lot of rust, if you like your skins that way. It's a solid gun, so pick up your Dark Silver Python and run 'em out of town today!
La Crampe's unholy Aztec long sword also made the grade. The blade is stone and the handle jade with cloth wrappings binding the sharp metal edges tightly to the stone. The weapon has been imbued with the spirits of the sacrificed in the form of jade skulls on the blade. They look like they really don't want to be there, but they should have thought about that before they got themselves sacrificed.
The first of the new furnaces is in the store now, and judging from the huge number of views in the workshop, the Blacksmith Furnace is enormously popular. And it should be! We've all been staring at that old furnace for years now, and finally we have some furnace skins.
Given how common and central to the game the furnace is, it can make your base look completely different on the inside, so choose well. Many more are in the workshop awaiting Facepunch's judgement, so you can expect more furnace skins in the coming weeks.By JohnnyOldBoy.
La Crampe likes skulls and bones quite a bit, so it comes as no surprise he'd make a furnace like this one. A fiery gaping open mouth begs for moist, fresh bones and the furnace maker wouldn't be the first to dream that up. You had your blood sacrifices, and you had your combat sacrifices, but the most exciting was always fire, be it at the Inquisition stake, a volcano, or a blazing furnace.
The base of the furnace looks like hardened clay with bones, and as always La Crampe reverently decorates the rest of the skin with shrunken skulls and bones in a tasteful manner. If you're going for a cannibal theme, you've just found paradise, or whatever it is primitive gods promised their worshipers
An elegant armored door from a survival shelter for the (long since deceased) ultra rich. Plain armored doors, it was decided, were depressing and could lead to suicide and despair. Similar extravagances found throughout the rest of the shelter have long since been removed.