Thirteen approvals, one set, and two Pythons. Our favorite: Muertos Chest, by Estavos.
We are happy to report that Estavos won approval for his Muertos box, a graffiti covered bandit loot box a lot of players are going to want in their base. The artist has an eye for age and decay, and here he puts his talents to full use. Everything is perfect--the skulls, the writing, the peeling paint and rusted metal--everything.
We really fall for this kind of visual humor, and the Spanish is a nice touch. Note the back of the box is different from the front, so look all around it.
Badtrip has been producing skins for the small wooden box mesh for a few weeks, and now Facepunch has chosen this decorative box for approval. This box doesn't really go with the Muertos box, but it would fit in "nicer" log cabin or Rustpunk bases.
The trouble is, the box clearly belongs in the bathroom, but nobody has one. Maybe you could put a chair in a small room and put this box next to it. Use this door or one of the other nice wooden doors and presto! Civilization.
With the new building system discouraging giant bases, armored doors are now more important than ever. The king of the hill needs a suitable palace, and cheap sheet metal doors provide little defense.
Mishka's Aristocratic armored door can lend your base an air of luxurious decay, fallen splendor and down at the heels decadence. A downtown Las Vegas poker club, forgotten by all but a die-hard old clientele, reeking of tobacco smoke and cheap booze.
At least someone loves you. Your only friend starts with you when you need him most, alone and naked on the beach, in desperate need of safety and shelter. Though you may leave your friend behind as you grow stronger and more confident, he'll still be there again, in your time of need.
This highly detailed rock skin recounts the misery and misadventures of a newly arrived inmate on the Rusty shores. As many of you know, the island can be a bit...hostile, as our hero painfully discovers. Will you do better?
Badtrip's serpentine Black Mamba is now in the game. It's a python revolver with snake scale metal from barrel to grip in gold and white. The dreaded viper's body starts at the tip of the barrel and travels to the cylinder, where the head and fangs lay in wait.
The skin is a bit clean, but there are a few nicks and scratches here and there. Black Mamba is an awesome weapon skin, and we're sure you'll love the fine details, textures, and technical touches it features.
Send your enemies to the beach with this simple (NON-python) revolver painted in tribal style soft yellows and browns. It's a spiritual handgun for players who like to shoot other players in the face in a friendly, good karma kind of way.
The gun's got some Native American heavy weave cloth wrapped around the barrel and grip, and the shapes and patterns we've all come to associate with music festival parking lots and thousands of unwashed bodies. We particularly like the little whorl drawing on the back of the gun, but we aren't sure what it means. What goes around comes around?
Anathenn's popular Siege Breaker made it to the store, and stands ready to batter down trees, doors, locked chests enemy skulls, and any other objects to your will. It's shiny gold undead mutant ram skull is super flashy and will probably get you killed, but it'll give you something to look at when you're chopping wood, not to mention a sense of deep satisfaction when you use it to chop up a sleeping enemy.
There's excellent work here in the 3D bas-relief effect of the ram against the blade and handle, and a nice stylized illustration that's clear at a distance. Note the tiny rams head at the top of the hatchet where the shaft joins the blade.
Wipe day arrived with a full blueprint wipe, so now's the time to pick up a few of the more primitive weapon skins. The Junkyard Pipe by Vitalik is a seriously Rusty skin, with tire rubber padding on the stock and a truck exhaust pipe for a barrel.
The design is simple, but details are sharp and everything is dirty and worn, just like it should be. Best of all there's a big skull and crossbones on top of the barrel, right where you'll be looking when you take aim.
A Mandrill is a large baboon type beast with small staring eyes and an alarming mouthful of unsightly yellow teeth, like our math teacher from high school. They're aggressive and prone to sudden outbursts of screeching and violence, also like our math teacher and a substantial subset of Rust players.
The Mandrill pictured on the side of this AK is clearly losing it. Someone stole its coconut, and now they're gonna PAY. If you often feel the same way, this AK is for you. Unchain your inner baboon and go apeshit with the Mandrill!
The Scrap Hazard vest is part of a three piece road sign armor set that includes a kilt, coffee can mask, and this here vest. It's a collection of hazard signs, metal slats, leather and rubber, all grubby and Rusty as you like.
The design is simple but easy to read at a distance, which makes it a good clan armor set, at least until you can all upgrade to heavier armor. It's not a super creative set, but details are sharp and clear, and you won't have trouble identifying clan mates in a fight.