Seventeen approvals this week, all of them quality. Be sure and check out the Plague Doctor and Sleazy Rider--fantastic work on both of those skins.
This excellent hide and leather shirt by Cuntbucket won approval yesterday, which makes it the first hide shirt to win approval in the game. Now you can be poor in savage style. There is a kilt that goes with it to make a set, hopefully it too will win approval soon.
A bloody First Aid box, ready and waiting to save your life, if you know the combo, and your hands work well enough to set the numbers. A solidly Rusty skin by La Crampe.
This semi-automatic rifle was once an elegant trophy case piece, now repaired and ready for modern action. Though some parts are salvaged and makeshift, the firing mechanism is 100% pre-apocalypse technology and smooth as silk.
Celebrate El Dia De Los Mueros every day without leaving the comfort of your base. Drug gang street art is scrawled all over this locker, which will go well with the rest of Estavos' approved graffiti skin collection.
Here's an example of a fine large wood box skin that's distinctive, yet general purpose. We like the aged and battered appearance--looks like water damage--and the small details, like missing screws or the tiny skull on the latch. A Rusty yet handsome addition to your base, by Mental Disability.
This beautiful box (by Zufick) looks more like it belongs in a palace than a hovel owned by flea bitten savages like you Rust players. None of you deserve it, especially after some of you pillaged our base and murdered us all in our sleep with an ice pick. Again.
An antique metal dining chair, damaged during the Fall and faintly radioactive. Now repaired, it makes sense there would have been a seat cushion on the back that has since been removed, but you never know with some people.
Fred the Dog won an approval with this Doomwing Crossbow. It's got dragons painted on either side over well polished, but worn wood. There's also some arrows drawn on top to let you know where to put the bolt, in case you can't figure that out.
We like the name, and it's altogether a solid effort, but we would hope to see a bit more detail in skins from this excellent artist in the future.
A fancy embossed metal dining table, damaged during the apocalypse but since (somewhat amateurishly) repaired. It's faintly radioactive, but probably not enough to be dangerous.
A bolt action rifle built in the wars of the distant past. It appears to have been refurbished as a decorative piece, then repaired and returned to service.
A motley collection of pieces of road signs, chains, barbed wire and scrap sheet metal, all bound together for use as armor. It's not the best protection out there, but the parts are easy to find and assemble.
What an awesome mask! One side's metal, the other leather, perhaps stretched over some underlying metal--it's hard to tell. The leather extends over the head and to the back of the mask and is really quite creepy. If someone knocks on your door wearing this things, you can be sure he ain't selling pizza. By Relic.
A motley collection of pieces of road signs, chains, barbed wire and scrap sheet metal, all bound together for use as lower body armor. It's not the best protection out there, but the parts are easy to find and assemble.
An overwhelmingly popular skin this week, the Plague Doctor takes an otherwise unloved skin and turns it into something truly disturbing. Sane and civilized people do not make or wear such things, but savages who kill without mercy or reason do. Excellent and highly creative work by DeltaP42.
An earlier variant of this jacket (It's actually a burlap shirt) appeared in the workshop awhile back, and then this version was published a few days ago. The artist, StabbyMcStabface says he removed the patches, improved the undershirt, and roughed up the leather. We think he did an outstanding job and earned a well deserved approval.
The Aircraft Parts Rocket Launcher, by Milho Frito, does a good job of looking like it was pried off an airplane or perhaps a hyper aggressive black helicopter. The combo of pre-apocalyptic machined parts and primitive ingenuity make for a satisfying and very Rusty skin.
Although they offer no special protection in the game, these plated boots certainly look as though they should. We like how the plates are inexpertly hammered and attached to the boots with welded studs and leather straps, and seem a little thin. Relic has a few other armored skins in his workshop, although none are quite as well developed as these boots.